Tips for Staying Healthy
We support and encourage self-care during these stressful times. Remember that sleep, food, water, and exercise promote your immune system’s capacity. Try limiting your caffeine intake if you can.
- For the most up to date information on COVID-19 at large, please visit cdc.gov.
- How to Protect Yourself from COVID-19 (provided by the Center of Disease Control)
- Practice Physical Distancing
- Student Health Center: The Student Health Center will remain open to students for telehealth services only. For questions, please call Sandra at 661-253-7830.
- Samuel Dixon Family Health Center, Inc. (sexual health appointments): We encourage students to call their Canyon Country office to schedule their free appointment.
- Urgent Care (mild to medium urgent needs) at the following locations:
- SCV Quality Care
- Phone: (661) 254-0026
- Hours: M-F, 8 am-7 pm and Sat.-Sun. 9 am-1 pm
- Insurance: PPO/PCP/HMO/Lakeside-Regal-Sierra
- EXER Urgent Care
- Phone: (661) 556-9020
- Hours: M-Sun 9 am-9 pm
- Insurance: PPO-All, HMO-Facey, UCLA, Healthcare Partners, Providence, St. Johns and Axminster
- Henry Mayo Urgent Care
- Phone: (661) 200-2500
- Hours: 10 am-10 pm
- Insurance: PPO-BCBS, United Health Care, Signa and HMO- Regal, Lakeside, Facey and Aetna
- Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital (extreme urgent needs): Operates a 24-hour emergency room. The emergency telephone number is (661) 253-8000.
Counseling: Counseling sessions are still available to students by phone or by video chat. If you already have established relationship with a therapist, please email them to let them to schedule your session.
Need an appointment? Fill out this form and someone will get back to you shortly. This form is not an emergency crisis form. If you are in crisis, please call our 24/7 counseling line at 855-364-7981.
Concerned about a peer? As members of the CalArts community, you are in an excellent position to spot a distressed or emotionally struggling student. This is true more than ever as we practice social distancing and most of you are off campus. This adjustment period can reflect an increased anxiety for some. If the student's behavior, especially if it is inconsistent with your experience of them, could well constitute an inarticulate attempt to draw attention to their plight, a "cry for help."
The CARE form can be used to report your concerns about a student who may be struggling with social, emotional, behavioral, academic, medical, mental health, or physical endangerment issues. The report goes to the Chair of the CARE Team who works with the rest of the team to intervene and provide resources for the student.