At UCLA, we are fortunate to have a diverse workforce that includes many veterans who have made the transition from military life to civilian life. The University is committed to helping UCLA service members navigate through the unique challenges they, and their families, may face.
With that said, the Staff and Faculty Counseling Center (SFCC) is now offering same-day, behavioral-health services specifically for veterans. Led by US Army Veteran and UCLA SFCC Psychology Intern Danilo Donoso, the counseling sessions provide a safe place for veterans, service members and their families to talk about issues that are having an impact on their lives.
UCLA military members are welcome to drop by between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Wednesdays. No appointment is necessary. The service is free, voluntary, and it is available to veterans and their families.
In addition to the resources for veterans, the SFCC is available to all employees on a confidential and voluntary basis, and many of its services are free. The highly skilled team of licensed behavioral-health professionals can help employees manage challenging situations and gain the insight needed to move forward.
We encourage you to use this opportunity to increase your awareness of the services available at the Staff and Faculty Counseling Center. If you have any questions, please contact the SFCC at (310) 794-0245.