SCU’s Student Services is committed to providing services and resources dedicated to the health and wellness of our students.  

SCUHS has partnered with AllOne Health to provide a Student Assistance Program (SAP) is available to students 24/7 through telephone, chat, and web access.  


Free, confidential Counseling Support is available 24/7, Anytime, Anywhere:

Call:   1-800-756-3124 code: scuhs

All One Health is a free and confidential service that offers professional counseling (up to 3 sessions per issue) and is available 24/7, 365 days a year via phone, mobile app, or chat.

For more benefits and services, create a free account on the "Student Portal & App" by visiting the landing page: and registering with the institution code: scuhs

For detailed instructions: Introducing Your Student Portal and App


The Student Assistance Program (SAP) by All One Health is a resource to help our students who are experiencing difficulties related to life changes or personal stress.

This can include stress related to school, anxiety, depression, marital and family concerns, emotional upsets, alcohol or drug abuse, or other needs, such as child/elder care, stress management, special needs support, and wellness. 

In addition to "in the moment" counseling, additional services available to students include:

  • Life Coaching    
  • Personal Assistance Services
  • Medical Advocacy
  • Legal & Financial Planning Resources
  • Work-Life Resources
  • My Life Well Being Mobile App & Website

These resources are available for FREE 24/7, 354 days a year from the comfort of your home on the phone or web at 1-800-756-3124 or create an account by following these instructions: Introducing Your Student Portal and App

Wellness Webinars

Join free webinars hosted by our Student Assistance Program, AllOne Health. From now through December, there will be webinars providing strategies, tools, to help you with stress management, prioritizing a “full plate”, how you approach finances, LGBTQIA + sensitivity and inclusion and so much more!


See the upcoming schedule here, as well as past webinars:

  • 211 United Way: Local 211 specialists are one call away from providing reliable resources you may need to receive from your local community. This could be for food resources, housing needs, healthcare information, etc.
  • CHADD: Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) serve to support and give evidence-based information on ADHD for individuals and family members.
  • The Steve Fund: National organization focused on supporting the mental health and emotional well-being of young people of color by providing and promoting programs to understand and assist young people.
  • The Jed Foundation: Nonprofit that provides support for emotional health and prevents suicide for young adults by giving skills and support throughout the programs provided.
  • #BeThe1To: A network that can help change the conversation from suicide to suicide prevention and the actions that can promote healing, help, and giving hope.
  • An organization that provides helpful information for people who are dealing with substance use issues — and their family members, friends, and co-workers, too. 
  • Addiction Center: An informational web guide for those struggling with substance use disorders and co-occurring behavioral and mental health disorders. 
  • Renew Bariatrics: This guide aims to help college students improve their health and set themselves up for success physically, mentally, and academically. From nutrition and exercise to sexual and mental health, we discuss the ins and outs of maintaining your health while in college.  


SCU is a community built on health and wellness. Students, faculty, and staff have access to a variety of services to foster their health and wellness:

SCU Health System

  • Chiropractic Care
  • Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine
  • Ayurveda
  • Sports Medicine
  • Tactical Sports Medicine
  • Diagnostic Imaging
  • Yoga on Instagram live @scuhs

**For more information about Fitness and Human Performance please call (562) 902-3312 

***​For more information about the University Health Center please call (562) 943-7125 or visit the website.

Insurance and Medical Resources

SCU does not provide students health care coverage or insurance. It is the students responsibility to secure the proper health care coverage they need. Your program may or may not require their students to have medical insurance; regardless of requirement, SCU highly recommends all students have health insurance. The following are resources to medical insurance information: 

I am experiencing food insecurity:

2-1-1 Supportive Services for Southern California

To address a variety needs (housing, food, clothing, transportation, child care, veteran and senior services, support groups, medical, etc.), choose one of the following counties for assistance:


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