RESOURCES

There are many resources available to UCLA students in recovery! If you know of any resources that should be added to this list, please e-mail recovery@saonet.ucla.edu.

If you are currently experiencing a crisis, please refer to this page as to who to contact. If you in immediate medical danger, dial 911. 

Academic

Career

  • UCLA Career Center offers career workshops, counseling and other support 
  • The Career Closet is located near campus (900 Hilgard) and offers gently-used professional attire to UCLA students free of charge

Community Service

Counseling

Financial Resources

 

Food Services

  • The Community Programs Office Food Closet is located in an unmarked storage room in the Student Activities Center. Any student on campus can anonymously go to the Food Closet to get basic food items. Non-perishable items including canned goods and snacks are available, as well as toiletries and other necessities.
  • 580 Cafe provides free meals and a space to study and hangout for students near the UCLA campus. It is located at 580 Hilgard at St. Alban’s Church, but no church affiliation is required
  • UCLA offers a limited number of meal vouchers to students experiencing economic hardship or food insecurity. Vouchers are distributed on campus

Housing

My Sober Roommate allows people in recovery to be connected to other like minded people in the area

Legal

Scholarships for Recovering Students

Scholarships

Several scholarships are available specifically to students in recovery. Generally, all that is needed to apply is a 500-1000 word essay. Awards range between $500-$1000. Please visit each site for specific information. 

North Point Recovery Scholarship

Zelus Recovery Scholarship

Ashwood Recovery Scholarship

Denver Recovery Center

The Watershed Recovery Scholarship

 

 

Social Services

Student Organizations

  • Bruins 4 Recovery is a student organization at UCLA dedicated to supporting students recovering from addictive behaviors, and their allies, family, and friends.

Treatment and Support

  • Take a free online screening to determine if your drinking / using habits put you at risk for a a Substance Use Disorder
  • Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator Rehabilitation facilities 
  • Connections in Recovery (CiR) refers individuals and families struggling or recovering from addiction to community resources in their area. They offer individual case management and help clients connect to sober companions, treatment programs, addiction support services and more. CiR is not under contract with any specific treatment center and does not take referral fees.
  • Search and read about different recovery options and programs near you
  • The National Treatment Navigator provides a directory of treatment options for Substance use Disorder

12-Step Recovery

12-Step Recovery Groups 

12-Step groups are fellowships of people who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problems and help others to recover from various substances / behaviors.

Alcohol

  • Al-Anon is a fellowship for friends and family of those who struggle with alcohol

All Drugs Including Alcohol

Specific Drugs

Compulsive Behaviors