A 55 percent increase in demand for CAPS services within the past four years demonstrates the growing request for mental health resources.
Sticky Rice provides a AAPI students with a safe space every Tuesday in the University Student Union, complete with open discussions, activities and snacks.
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Maintaining mental wellness is more difficult as a college student.
Students can get mental health help through CSULB’s Counseling and Psychological Services department.
Ironically, my anxiety freshman and sophomore year was preventing me from being able to seek out mental health care. I am where I am now, years into therapy, because CAPS helped me find providers and make phone calls.
It’s mental health month, and CSULB offers a plethora of mental health resources for students; here are some programs that should be utilized.
The announcement of the closure of the Child and Family Center for renovation without plans for relocation has left dozens of Long Beach State faculty and staff parents scrambling to find childcare options by the summer.
The deadliest shooting in LA County history took the lives of 11 victims, injuring nine more, in a minority community that has already endured a steep rise in hate crimes since the pandemic.