Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is integrated with Student Health Services,
providing in person and virtual services. We serve students and offer counseling, crisis support, mental health assessment, education, prevention, outreach, community referrals, as well as consultation for faculty and staff. CAPS provides assistance to students experiencing a range of concerns, including personal, academic, interpersonal/relationship, family, social, and other
psychological difficulties. To make an appointment, visit or call the Student Health
Center (707) 654-1170, or message your counselor in the Student Health Portal.
To schedule an appointment with a CAPS counselor, visit or call Student Health Services
at 707-654-1170. CAPS counselors are available during the fall and spring semesters Monday to Friday, 8:30am-5pm. Evening
telehealth appointments after 5pm may also be available. We have a daily drop-in
hour from 2-3pm where no appointment is needed. Currently, counseling is available
in-person or virtual.
Summer 2023 Hours and Availability
Counseling and mental health support are available for same-day appointments weekdays
except Wednesdays, from 9am-1pm and 2-5pm. Appointments are available in -person at
the Student Health Center and remotely for video telehealth appointments. Eligibility
may vary based on enrollment and residency. Consultation and guidance supporting cadets
is available to faculty and staff. The following is information about CAPS services,
including how to schedule an appointment:
Appointments: Call (707) 654-1170 or visit the Student Health Center
Drop-in Hour: Weekdays (except Wednesdays) from 2-3pm in the Student Health Center
After Hours Confidential Mental Health Support: (707) 654-1170 ext 1
To Reach Your Counselor Directly: Message them in the Student Health Portal, https://csumportal.pointnclick.com
Log on to the Student Health Portal at https://csumportal.pointnclick.com where you can...
- View your appointments
- Complete required forms and surveys
- Message your counselor, nurse, or doctor
- Review your health history, and
- Update your profile
On July 16, the U.S. launched a new three-digit phone number—988—an easy-to-remember way for people to connect with help and support during a mental
health, substance use, or suicide crisis. People can call or text 988 or chat online
(988lifeline.org) to be connected to trained counselors.
988 is available across the U.S., but additional crisis services are still developing,
will depend on where you live, and will likely change as states implement the full
continuum of care. We encourage you to contact your local and state mental health authorities to learn the latest updates in your area. Find more information about the 988 Suicide
and Crisis Lifeline: