If you are in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or text TALK to the Crisis Text Line at 741741. If case of a life-threatening emergency, please call 9-1-1.
The mission of CAPS is to educate and to promote personal growth and psychological well-being for students at the University of La Verne.
- CAPS is currently offering video and telephone appointments.
- CAPS is operating by appointment ONLY. Please call ahead – no walk-ins.
- Call (909) 448-4105 or email CAPS@www.ybtff.com to schedule an appointment.
If you are concerned about the health or safety of an individual, submit a Behavior and Wellness Referral Report immediately. In case of psychological emergency, call Aurora Charter Oak Hospital at (800) 654-2673.
CAPS offers individual therapy and appointments with a psychiatrist via telepsychology.
CAPS offers FREE video sessions to currently enrolled ULV students (undergraduate, graduate, CAPA, Law and ROC). CAPS provides referral services to ESCP, PPS, PsyD, and MFT students. Sessions are secure and confidential via CAPS Zoom Health. Students need internet access, a video camera on their device, and a private space for video sessions. We also recommend headphones with a microphone for added security. No sessions limits.
CAPS offers FREE phone sessions to currently enrolled ULV students (undergraduate, graduate, CAPA, Law and ROC). CAPS provides referral services to ESCP, PPS, PsyD, and MFT students. Some students prefer phone to video sessions because they may not have access to a camera or internet.
In the case of a life-threatening emergency, please call 9-1-1. If you, or a student you are concerned about, are in crisis that is not life-threatening, please call CAPS 909-448-4105 to speak with a CAPS staff member. CAPS will perform initial crisis consultation via tele-psychology (phone or video), and then determine next steps. Please do not report to CAPS in person.
CAPS Virtual Drop-In Hours
CAPS staff will be available throughout the week for Virtual Drop-In hours where you can consult with a therapist on mental health resources. Students can access this service beginning in October.
CAPS Zoom or Phone Consultation
Mental Health Mondays
CAPS has collaborated with the Lewis Center to offer informational workshops on various mental health issues. Join us every Monday at 4:00pm via Lewis Center virtual media.
Employees and their families who might benefit from confidential counseling from professionals outside the university have the university’s Employee Assistance Program available. Please contact Human Resources for more information at (909) 448-4076.