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University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211

Sacramento Campus and Community Resources

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Community Resources

  • Sacramento Police Department - 911 (emergency); 916.732.0100 (emergency from a cell phone); 916.264.5471 (non-emergency)
  • Sutter Center for Psychiatry - 916.386.3000
  • Sutter Center for Psychiatry Outpatient Services (Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs) - 916.887.7850
  • Sutter Center for Psychiatry Appointment Line - 916.887.7850
  • Victims of Crime Resource Center - 1.800.VICTIMS (842.8467)
  • Domestic Violence Legal Services - 916.319.4905
  • Alcohol & Drug Services - 916.874.9754
  • WEAVE's 24 Hour Crisis Line - 916.920.2952
  • Suicide & Crisis Hotline - 1.800.273.TALK (8255)

University of the Pacific Campus Resources

Addictive Behaviors and Substance Abuse

Depression and Bipolar Disorder

  • Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance: A national organization with comprehensive information, links, media information and membership options for those with bipolar disorder
  • High Achievers Tend to be Bipolar - Interesting article about the relationship between bipolar disorder and high achievement.
  • Back to School with Bipolar Disorder?: How College can Unleash Mania - An excellent article which focuses upon the interaction of bipolar disorder with the stresses involved in returning to school. The site also provides additional excellent information about bipolar disorder.
  • Bipolar Romantic Relationships: Dating and Marriage: An article by WebMD explains the hardships and solutions of dating and finding a marriage partner while one party suffers from bipolar disorder.
  • 8 Myths About Bipolar Disorder: WebMD professionals explain some of the falsehoods associated with bipolar disorder.
  • MedLine Plus: A website with thorough information about bipolar disorder sponsored by the US National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health

Eating Disorders

General Mental Health

Stress Management

Suicide Prevention

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Resources for Veterans

Financial Resources

Professional Organizations


Page updated 05/18/2017