To make an appointment with a counselor, or to receive additional information, contact:
Holly Wheeler (CAPS administrative assistant)
Daphne Lurie, Ph.D. (CAPS director and licensed psychologist)
Tamara Ho, Ph.D. (CAPS staff psychologist)
Dana Scoville, Ph.D. (CAPS psychologist)
If your situation is life threatening, go directly to a hospital emergency room or call 9-1-1 for assistance.
24-hour psychiatric help is available to benefits-eligible members of the TSRI community: PPO participants can call the United Behavioral Health Helpline: 1(800) 888-2998. HMO participants can call Aetna Behavioral Health: 1-800-424-5928. There may be a charge for these services depending on the level of care provided.
San Diego County Crisis Line: 1-800-479-3399 (available to the public)
OneBlood 1.888.9.DONATE (1.888.936.6283) https://www.oneblood.org/
American Red Cross Blood Donation http://www.redcrossblood.org/
Financial Donations for Victims’ Families
Equality Florida has set up a GoFundMe to support the victims and their families. Find more information about how to help people in Orlando on the organization’s website.
LGBT community support
In San Diego:
The San Diego LGBTQ Community Center also has counselors and staff available to provide support.