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Crisis Care

For Life Threatening Emergencies or for Crisis Care needs 24/7:

Call (949) 824-6457 and select Option # 2. You will be transferred to a crisis support line

Crisis Text Line
Text “Home” to 741741

Call National Suicide Prevention Line at

Call UCI Campus Police at
(949) 824-5223

Call 911
Go to your nearest Emergency Room

Local Hospitals

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Kaiser-Irvine Medical Center

Open 24/7

(949) 932-5000

6640 Alton Parkway Irvine, CA 92618

Hoag Memorial Hospital

Open 24/7

(949) 645-8600

301 Hospital Road, Newport Beach, CA

Fountain Valley Regional Hospital

Open 24/7

(714) 979-1211

17100 Euclid St, Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Western Medical Center Hospital

Open 24/7

(714) 835-3555

1001 North Tustin Ave, Santa Ana, CA

UC Irvine Medical Center (UCIMC)

Open 24/7

(714) 456-6011

Level One Trauma Center, 101 City Drive S., Orange, CA

Tustin Hospital & Medical Center

Open 24/7

(714) 838-9600

14662 Newport Avenue, Tustin, CA

How to Improve Relationship with Food

Are you struggling with your relationship with food? In honor of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week that occurs Feb. 21st- Feb. 27th here are 7 tips that will help you improve your relationship with food:

1. Be aware that there are NO “good” foods and “bad” foods. All foods provide nutrition and sustenance to the body and our bodies need protein, carbohydrate, fiber, and even sugar and fat to survive. All foods are good if you eat a variety of foods to get all of the nutrients that you need in moderation….

Weather the Changes in Weather

It is getting closer to the holiday break and the end is in sight! Soon we will be with family and friends and getting some much-needed relaxation after the start to the quarter! Phew!

While this time can be something to look forward to, it is important to still be aware of caring for your mental health. Here are some things to consider as we reach the end of the year!

Taking Care of your Emotional Health in an Emergency

It is natural to feel stress, anxiety, grief, and worry during and after an emergency like the COVID-19 pandemic and continued concerns around anti-Black and anti-Asian violence and discrimination. Everyone reacts differently, and your own feelings will change over time. Notice and accept how you feel. Taking care of your emotional health during an emergency will help you think clearly and react to the urgent needs to protect yourself and your loved ones. Self-care during an emergency will help your long-term healing.