CSUN Campus Resources
Centers and Institutes
They offer boating education to students, community groups, and at-risk youth.
Services to the community provided by the Berke Assessment Clinic include psychoeducational and strength- based assessments and consultation to parents of children and youths ages 3-18 who have learning, emotional, and behavioral difficulties.
They offer virtual exercise programs for folks with various levels of disabilities.
They offer a preschool program for children within the local community.
The Consumer Resource Center provides more than assistance with the business of management. Students working at the Center take a caring approach. They can help visitors find information about banking, investing, financial planning, how to file taxes and even avoid identity theft.
The Family Focus Resource Center understands and strengthens families raising children with special needs through education, advocacy, and family support services. They serve the San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys.
The Institute is a collaborative of campus and community members committed to enhancing the health and wellbeing of individuals, families, organizations and communitieswithin Cal State Northridge’s service region.
They host regular workshops in the community for residents and engage with businesses on energy and water conservation and efficiency, solar energy, drought-tolerant and native landscaping, and climate adaptation strategies.
A branding and marketing organization that offers their services to businesses, orgs, and communities
They have been providing comprehensive diagnosis and therapeutic services to children and adults with communication disorders since 1960. Today, the Center averages over 12,000 patient visits annually serving a culturally diverse population which includes infants, children, adolescents, adults and senior citizens.
The Center has served more than 3,500 children in grades K-12 and their families during the last 16 years. In addition, more than 2,000 M.A. Language and Literacy candidates have provided supervised literacy services to children in need at the LATLC.
MFCC provides clinical training for graduate level students who are part of the Marriage and Family Therapy program at CSUN, while also providing much-needed counseling services to members of our local community on a sliding-scale fee basis.
The Music Therapy Wellness Clinic provides individually designed music activities for children and adults with disabilities and special challenges, including autism, developmental delay, physical, mental and emotional disorders, and learning disabilities.
An essential resource for those who serve opportunity youth in Los Angeles and the surrounding area. A collaboration between five Cal State Universities, known as the CSU5, ReLAY is designed to engage and foster the significant combined resources of partnering institutions. Such collective resources include research, instructional design, and innovative thinking.
The Special Education Literacy Clinic specializes in teaching reading to young people who are identified with mild to moderate disabilities such as learning disabilities, dyslexia, ADD, autism, and mild intellectual disabilities.
StrengthUnited is an irreplaceable resource for Survivors of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Child Maltreatment in our community.
The TLC provides services to the local community. From its beginnings as a small reading clinic, the Teaching, Learning, & Counseling Consortium TLCC now includes counseling, psycho-educational assessment, educational therapy, and parent-to-parent mentoring, workshops, and resource referrals.
Cost-free tax prep help to anyone in the community.