UCLA is reviewing a proposed program that would send mental health providers to student-related mental health calls instead of university police.
The program would create a mobile mental health crisis response unit led by responders from campus departments – including UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services – to respond to student-related mental health calls to UCPD, said UCLA spokesperson Katherine Alvarado in an emailed statement.
This post was updated Dec. 6 at 8:59 p.m.
UCLA’s updated COVID-19 dashboard is helpful for the UCLA community but could include more information, students and faculty said.
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