Washington Program Information and Resources Related to Coronavirus

Washington Program Information and Resources Related to COVID-19

Dear Washington Program Students:                                                                                                             

We understand that you have many questions and concerns related to the effects of COVID-19, or coronavirus, on the Washington Program. We are remorseful that you may be experiencing any physical, mental, or emotional stress as a result of this situation. In order to alleviate some of your concerns, we have compiled the following resource list for your use. Our staff is working remotely to ensure that your needs are fully supported. If you are unclear about any of the information provided, or have any other questions, please feel free to contact us at washingtonprogram@ucdavis.edu.

Table of Contents

  • Program Updates
  • Mental Wellness
  • Housing Resources
  • Financial Security
  • Courses and Internships
  • Food Security
  • Aggies at Home Resources

Program Updates

Fall 2020 Program: Remote Program  

Winter 2021 Program: Remote Program  

Spring 2021 Program: Remote Program  

Summer 2021 Program: TBA


Mental Wellness

We understand that students may feel an increased level of stress as a result of the spread of the coronavirus. During this sensitive time, we highly encourage you to actively seek the help you need. Remote UC Davis mental health resources are available to students for short-term counseling, and crisis hotlines are available for students experiencing emergency situations.  All Mental Health Crisis Consultation Services are offered via phone consultation or secure video conferencing. Call 530-752-0871 to access these services.

On-Campus Resources


Housing Resources

Stable housing is a primary concern for all students. If you do not currently have access to stable housing due to the unpredictability of the coronavirus, please refer to the following resources.

Aggie Compasshttps://aggiecompass.ucdavis.edu/housing-security:

The Aggie Compass is a comfortable space for students to receive help and resources about housing, food, and financial security, as well as mental wellness.

Facebook Groups:

Websites:

Additional Resources:


Financial Security

We understand that students may be facing financial stress as a result of the coronavirus. If your workplace or personal income has been affected by closures related to the coronavirus, please utilize the following resources.

Aggie Compasshttps://aggiecompass.ucdavis.edu/financial-security

UC Davis Economic Crisis Pagehttps://financialaid.ucdavis.edu/wellness/ECRT

Short-Term Financial Resources:

UC Davis Financial Aid:


Courses and Internships


Food Security

If you or someone you know is facing any food insecurities as a result of the coronavirus, please refer to the following resources.

Reference Websites

Free/Reduced Cost Food Programs

Financial Support Programs

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Mental Wellness

We understand that students may feel an increased level of stress as a result of the spread of the coronavirus. During this sensitive time, we highly encourage you to actively seek the help you need. Remote UC Davis mental health resources are available to students for short-term counseling, and crisis hotlines are available for students experiencing emergency situations.  All Mental Health Crisis Consultation Services are offered via phone consultation or secure video conferencing. Call 530-752-0871 to access these services.

On-Campus Resources


Aggies at Home 

To support students during suspended operations, Campus Recreation has created the Aggies at Home website, which covers topics like how to work from home, at-home workouts, managing your free time and more. From yoga and meditation classes to workout and nutrition tips, Living Well classes will be offered online.