After-Hours and Emergencies Care

Call 911 for All Emergencies

Student Health Center Service Hours

The Student Health Center is open Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 5:45 p.m. and Fridays 8:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m., however:

  • Hours of operation for specific services vary. For details, click on Service Hours & Phone Numbers.
  • Certain services require same-day or future appointments.
  • The Student Health Center is closed weekends and all university holidays.
  • Service hours during the May, summer and winter intercessions may vary.

On-Campus Emergencies

The Student Health Center is NOT an emergency or urgent care facility.

All medical, psychological and other campus emergencies should be immediately reported to University Police. To contact University Police:

  • Call ‘911’
  • Call 323.343.3700 (on-campus extension 3-3700)

  • Use the closest emergency phone (“blue light,” non-dial, outdoor emergency phone)

24-Hour Helplines, Hotlines and Helpful Resources

Note: Please be aware that phone, tablet, computer and other device activity may be monitored. If you are a victim/survivor of dating or domestic violence, sexual violence or misconduct, stalking, or other crimes, it may be safer to obtain information using a device a perpetrator does not have potential access to. For additional information, visit or contact the National Domestic Hotline (800.799.7233 or 800.787.3224 [TTY]).

  • 1in6 Online Helpline (Support for men who have experienced sexual abuse or assault)

  • 211 LA County (Information and referrals for LA County health and human services)

    • Dial 2-1-1 (Los Angeles County, TTY accessible)
  • Baby Safe of Los Angeles County (Safely Surrendered Baby Law)

    • 877.BABY-SAFE (877.222.9723)
  • DoD Safe Helpline (Sexual Assault Support for the DoD Community)

    • 877.995.5247 | Online Helpline | App available at Google Play and Apple App Store
  • LA County Elder Abuse Hotline

    • 877.4.R.SENIORS (877.477.3646)
  • I'm Alive

    • 800.SUICIDE (800.784.2433) | Live Chat
  • SAMHSA's National Helpline

    • 800.662.HELP (800.662.4357) | TTY: 800.487.4889
    • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's free, confidential substance use disorders treatment referral service.
  • The Trevor Project Helpline (Crisis intervention & suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth [ages 13-24])

    • 866.488.7386
  • Veterans Crisis Line

    • 800.273.8255 (Press 1) | Text 838255 | 800.799.4889 (For deaf and hard of hearing) | Online chat

After-Hours Medical Care

Important Notice: Any charges, if applicable, are the responsibility of the patient.

Los Angeles County Department of Health Services

The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services offers emergency and urgent care medical services in various locations within Los Angeles County. For locations, phone numbers, and operating hours, click on Health Services Facilities in Los Angeles County.

Other Local Emergency Rooms and Urgent Care Centers

The following is a partial listing of local emergency rooms and urgent care centers:

  • Garfield Medical Center

    • 525 N. Garfield Avenue, Monterey Park, CA 91754
    • Phone: 626.573.2222 | Emergency phone: 626.307.2129
  • Monterey Park Hospital

    • 900 S. Atlantic Boulevard, Monterey Park, CA 91754
    • Phone: 626.570.9000 | Emergency phone: 626.570.5758

After-Hours Mental Health Care

If You are in Crisis

Please call 323.343.3300 to access after-hours phone support.

Additional Resources

Local Mental Health Providers

Important Notice: Any charges, if applicable, are the responsibility of the patient.

The following is a partial listing of local mental health providers. Additional providers may be found through the L.A. County Department of Mental Health's 24-hour Access Center: (800) 854-7771 and the SAMHSA Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator.

Care, Housing, Support, and Treatment Locators

Important Notice: All charges are the responsibility of the patient!

  • 211 LA County:

    • 211 LA County is the place to look for all types of health, human and social services in Los Angeles County, including crisis intervention, domestic violence, food, housing, income and employment, legal assistance, LGBTQ, mental health, senior and older adults, substance abuse, and transportation services. Visit 2-1-1 California for resources and services in other counties.
  • Alcohol Treatment Locator:

    • This National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism tool helps adults find evidence-based treatment. In addition, the Navigator answers common questions regarding alcohol use disorder (AUD) and AUD treatment.
  • Dating and Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence and Stalking

    • Local support agencies offer: 24-hour hotlines; services for women, men and individuals who identify elsewhere on the gender spectrum; children's services; LGBTQ-sensitive care; information and referrals; accompaniment and support for forensic exams and law enforcement and criminal justice interviews; legal services; short-term and long-term counseling; support groups; emergency shelter or shelter referrals; and other advocacy services. Local agencies may be found through:
  • Get PrEP LA

    • Get PrEP LA is the Los Angeles County resource for information and locations to obtain HIV pre- and post- exposure prophylaxis to reduce risk of HIV infection.
  • Get Tested

    • The National HIV, STD and Hepatitis Get Tested locator is the tool to use to find free, fast and local testing for HIV, STDs and hepatitis.
  • Healthcare Providers and Facilities

    • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS) Providers and Facilities portal is a gateway to locating free and low-cost care, cancer centers, mammography certified facilities, and other health clinics. The site also includes links to tools for comparing clinicians and hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities.
  • Homeless Services | Housing Info and Options

    • This 211 LA resource provides information and referrals for homeless individuals and families in need of housing and shelter related to:
        • Drop-in centers
        • Domestic violence
        • Emergency shelter missions
        • Families withminor children and certain pregnant women
        • LGBTQ
        • Maternity homes
        • Re-entry
        • Staying housed
        • Substance abuse
        • Veterans
        • Winter shelter
        • Youth drop-in centers
        • Youth/runaways
  • Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (DHS)

    • The DHS Facility Locator is a convenient tool for locating local county clinics, emergency services, hospitals and urgent care facilities.
  • Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (DMH)

    • The DMH Services Locator helps individuals find local DMH services, programs and facilities.
  • National Human Trafficking Hotline (NHT) Referral Directory

    • The NHT Referral Directory is designed to provide access to critical emergency, transitional, and long-term social services for victims and survivors of human trafficking.
  • SAMHSA Behavioral Health Treatment Locator

    • The SAMHSA Treatment Locator is an anonymous and confidential resource for individuals looking for substance abuse/addiction and/or mental health treatment.

    • The Vaccine Finder tool helps adults locate providers of recommended vaccinations. This site also includes a Health Center Finder to locate federally funded health centers. Federally funded centers provide care, even for those without health insurance, that includes childhood immunizations and checkups, adult checkups, illness treatment, pregnancy care, dental care, mental health, and substance abuse services.