of your mental health
with STAND at ELAC
An effective and confidential support
program free for most ELAC students.
Based on your responses to the Mental Health Tracker, one of the following three services will be recommended:
An online wellness program, through which you can learn skills for coping with common stressful experiences and build resilience at your own pace.
An online digital therapy program with lessons that are designed to respond to your specific symptoms. You may access the system through any personal device (phone, tablet or computer), and for each lesson, you also are assigned to a certified student coach who provides support through remote video chat.
Connection to a team of clinicians who will evaluate your specific symptoms and create an individual treatment plan, tailored for you. Your treatment will include weekly sessions delivered through telehealth, and if deemed appropriate, you may also have medication appointments. To be eligible for clinical care through STAND at ELAC, students need to be uninsured or have Medi-Cal or Medicare coverage. There may be costs associated with clinical care depending on your income and other factors.
We hope you register for STAND at ELAC!
By registering, you agree to complete the Mental Health Tracker each week. Based on the results of these weekly surveys, different types of care may be recommended, including digital therapy, coaching, or clinical sessions. Your survey results will be shared with the UCLA STAND team, including program administrators, licensed providers, and other team members such as coaches and supervisors.
Your participation in STAND at ELAC lasts up to one year from the time of enrollment. If continued care is required after you leave the program, you may be referred to another provider.
If at any time during your participation you indicate thoughts of self-harm, our team will follow up with you by phone to check in on you and provide resources.
Questions? Email: STANDelac@ucla.edu
STAND at ELAC is a program created by the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge. Funding for the program at ELAC is being provided by the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health under the DMH + UCLA Public Partnership for Wellbeing.