Resources

On-Campus Resources

Center for Children and Families
453 La Moree
 San Marcos, CA 92078
760.750.8750 
http://www.csusm.edu/ccf

CCF provides childcare and preschool education to children from six weeks to five years old with low teacher-student ratios. The center's research-based curriculum, guided discovery, is focused on play, which means that children learn through stimulating and age-appropiate games and activities.

Centers for Learning & Academic Support Services
http://www.csusm.edu/class/
The Centers for Learning and Academic Support Services (CLASS) are an intregral part of learning at Cal State San Marcos and include the following student support programs that enhance retention, graduation, and success of all students: EPT/ELM Requirements, Language Learning Center, Language Other Than English Requirement (LOTER), Math Lab, and Writing Center.

Cougar Central
Craven Hall 3900
760.750.4848 
http://www.csusm.edu/students/cougarcentral.html
Cougar Central is your One-Stop-Shop for information regarding admissions, registration, financial aid and cashier services.  Friendly and helpful representatives at the counter will assist in all of student’s admissions, registration, financial aid, scholarship, cashier and records needs.

Disabled Student Services
Craven Hall 4300
760.750.4905 or 760.750.4909 (TTY)
http://www.csusm.edu/dss/

The aim of CSU San Marcos is to instill in its students the enthusiasm and curiosity, the creativity and originality, the healthy skepticism, and the habit of continuing inquiry that are central to all truly educated men and women. Disabled Student Services is here to support such and help students realize their potential as enlightened individuals and productive members of society in a world of change.

Student Health and Counseling Services
20 Craven Rd, Ste 100
, San Marcos, CA 92078
760.750.4915
http://www.csusm.edu/shcs/index.html
The Student Health and Counseling Services Team provides quality medical care to perform optimally, physically, and mentally; and to enhance academic and intellectual potential.

University Police
425 Moree Rd.  San Marcos, CA 92078
911 or 760.750.4567 or 760.750.4567
http://www.csusm.edu/police/

The Vision of the Cal State San Marcos Police Department is to be the finest police agency of its kind.  The Department operates 24 hours a day, seven days week, year round.  There is always a trained emergency dispatcher on duty to answer calls, and professional police officers on duty to respond to calls for assistance.

Veteran's Center
Craven Hall 3724 
760.757.3500
760.750.4808
http://www.csusm.edu/outreach/VeteransServices

Information and services are provided to military veterans and their dependents in obtaining VA educational benefits for which they are eligible in the Veterans Center located in Craven Hall 3724 or in Outreach Programs located in Craven 3300.  Veterans Services is a One-Stop shop for continuing and new veterans to the CSUSM campus. 

Off-Campus Resources

Palomar Center for Behavioral Health
http://www.palomarhealth.org/ContentPage.aspx?nd=272
Palomar Center for Behavioral Health meets the diverse and complex psychiatric and mental health needs of adults (18 years and older) and seniors with a comprehensive range of services. They include crisis intervention, inpatient care, intensive outpatient services, and detoxification services.

Center for Community Solutions
240 S. Hickory St. Suite 110, Escondido, CA 92025
760.747.6282 
http://www.ccssd.org/
Center for Community Solutions (CCS) helps more than 30,000 adults and children each year to heal and prevent relationship and sexual violence. CCS operates the rape crisis center in the city of San Diego along with a countywide 24-hour bilingual crisis helpline. They also provide emergency domestic violence shelters, hospital and court accompaniment, as well as legal and counseling services for those affected by rape, domestic violence, and elder abuse. CCS also works with local community groups and schools to provide innovative prevention programs to promote healthy relationships and peaceful communities.

Choose Civility
http://www.choosecivility.org/

Choose Civility is an ongoing community-wide initiative, led by Howard County Library, to position Howard County in Maryland as a model of civility. The project intends to enhance respect, empathy, consideration and tolerance.  It is a model of civility based on a solid mission, goals and principles supported and encouraged by its community.

National Civility Center
http://www.civilitycenter.org/
The National Civility Center is a not-for-profit organization established in 2000 to help people make their communities better places to live. We believe that a comprehensive approach to community improvement - one that engages all local stakeholders around shared ideas and a unified plan for action - can help community members and organizations become more effective at solving tough social issues.

The San Diego LGBT Community Center
3909 Centre Street
, San Diego, CA 92103
619.692.2077 
http://www.thecentersd.org/
The mission of The San Diego LGBT Community Center is to enhance and sustain the health and well-being of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and HIV communities by providing activities, programs and services that create community; empower community members; provide essential resources; advocate for civil and human rights; and embrace, promote and support our cultural diversity.

Women’s Resource Center
1963 Apple St., Oceanside, CA 92054
http://www.wrcsd.org/about/history-of-wrc/
Women’s Resource Center is dedicated to providing the highest quality supportive services, counseling, shelter and education to women, men and children involved in or threatened by domestic violence or sexual assault.