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Off Campus Resources

Mindpath College Health

The Mindpath College Health team in La Jolla, CA, is here to provide care and resources to help you thrive.  

Their providers treat a variety of mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, family conflict, eating disorders, and substance abuse. Their treatment options are designed to treat the whole person — not just the diagnosis.  

Services Include

  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Psychiatric evaluation
  • Medication management
  • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) – Coming soon!

To learn more, visit: Mindpath College Health

Mutual Aid UCSD

An organization that supports UCSD students, staff, and contingent faculty members in need of emergency food, finances, delivery of groceries/supplies, and/or academic and social support. For more information, visit their Google Form.

National DeafBlind Equipment Distribution Program

The National DeafBlind Equipment Distribution Program (NDBEDP) offers free equipment and training to low-income DeafBlind and Hard-of-Hearing/Low-Vision individuals, with the goal of supporting long-distance communication. The NDBEDP provides phones, tablets, computers, videophones, and similar items with adaptive software. Participants receive training in their preferred language modality until they are comfortable using their devices. To learn more, visit:

NextGen Leaders Initiatives

NextGen Leaders are college students and recent graduates with disabilities who have demonstrated talent and leadership in the STEM, finance and business fields. NextGen Leaders collaborate with Corporate Partners to prepare for employment through mentorship, networking and recruiting opportunities. For more information, visit:

San Diego Ducks Sled Hockey

What they do

  • mentor and coach players of all ages and abilities in sled hockey - no experience necessary!
  • train players to advance to their desired level of competition, from recreational to international
  • offer local, regional, and national competition
  • host clinics and learn to play events
  • provide free equipment lending with sleds, sticks, and protective equipment
  • assist players with fundraising and grant opportunities
  • provide service opportunities for the players to give back to the community
  • offer volunteer opportunities for those who wish to join the staff
  • uphold USA Hockey, SafeSport, and Paralympic Sport Club requirements
  • represent the NHL Anaheim Ducks as their affiliate sled hockey teams
  • maintain 501(c)(3) nonprofit status as a fiscally sponsored project of Mission Edge

For more information, visit

UC System Disability Ad Hoc Committee

A committee that is dedicated to advocating for disabled undergraduate and graduate students within the UC System to improve their resources, education, safety and well being. To learn more, visit the committee's website.