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Additional Resources

Interactive Student Wellness Map

Looking for on-campus wellness and student support resources? Use the Google map below to find student support and wellness services across campus.


On-Campus Resources

Counseling & Psychological Services

The CAPS staff is regularly working to provide individual counseling, group therapy and outreach workshops that are relevant to the UC Merced campus community. Learn more about the current group activities HERE or explore the CAPS website for additional resources available to you. 

Health Promotion 

Learn about the current services provided by our Health Promotion Team HERE
Some of the services they support include: 
- Sexual Health
- Physical Well-Being
- Sexual Well-Being
- Alcohol & Other Drugs
- and MORE!

Health Services

Health Services provides comprehensive medical, mental health and health promotion services to all registered UC Merced students. Services are designed to minimize the impact of illness, emotional distress and injury on studies and work. 
Students can use our medical services just as they would their regular doctor's office. The facility is staffed by board-certified physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses. 
Students can use all services at the Student Health Center whether or not they have the Student Health Insurance Plan. Learn more HERE!

Technology Resource Program (TRP) 

Need to borrow a University-owned device? Learn more about what technology support is available to you HERE

Off-Campus Housing Resources

Browse through a collection of Off-Campus resources available to all UC Merced students. Click here to view the list of resources available.


Community Resources:

Regional Food Assistance

If you or someone you know is in need of food, find the closest food program in your area here

Central Valley Mutual Aid: (submissions being reviewed currently)

A resource available for undocumented families and AB540 students who are not eligible for stimulus funds. Must be individuals, families, or households in the San Joaquin Valley counties whose main sources of income come from workers without access to stimulus checks, unemployment insurance, and many other relief efforts. Learn more here.

Farmers' Market Finder 

You can find your nearest farmers' market by using the Farmers' Market Finder! Find out which farmers' markets accept EBT as a source of payment and more!
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