Campus and Community Resources
There’s an array of health-related services on campus or in the surrounding community that may be of interest to you.
The Alzheimer's Association Center at CSUN
This regional office of the Alzheimer's Association of Los Angeles, located in the Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences in Monterey Hall, provides services, training, support and assistance to caregivers, health care professionals, students and the community.
Campus Care Advocate
A confidential resource on campus for victims/survivors who wish to discuss any matters related to sexual violence, relationship abuse, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking. The campus care advocate can provide emergency and ongoing support services for victims/survivors, including crisis support; advocacy and accompaniments to medical, legal, law enforcement, and Title IX proceedings; counseling; assistance with campus accommodations; and referrals to community resources., The care advocate can be reached at a confidential line 818-677-7492 and is located in Room 140G of the Klotz Student Health Center
Each semester, Disability Resources and Educational Services serves more than 750 students with disabilities enrolled at California State University, Northridge. Our program staff consists of professionals and specialists who work collaboratively with individual students diagnosed with learning, mobility, visual, communication, psychological and other functional disabilities.
Language, Speech and Hearing Center
The Communication Disorders Sciences Language, Speech and Hearing Center is a non-profit, university-based clinical training facility, which has been providing quality audiologic and hearing aid services to San Fernando Valley area residents since 1960.
CPR and first aid classes
Resources for CPR and first aid classes are provided below.
- American Heart Association
- American Red Cross
- Training Solutions (formerly Healthwatch)
The Student Recreation Center is a 138,000 square-foot facility for exercise and leisure activity that promotes lifelong health and wellness. The eco-friendly facility is packed with the most up-to-date equipment, a friendly and welcoming staff and tons of school spirit! Are you ready to play, Matadors?
NCOD has long been recognized as a pioneer in the provision of services to students who are deaf or hard of hearing in a mainstream environment. NCOD provides students with communication access to all of the university's programs and services through interpreting, note-taking and captioning services.
Northridge Hospital Medical Center
18300 Roscoe Boulevard
Olive View Medical Center
14445 Olive View Drive #2B101
Enrolled students at CSUN have access to free professional, individual and group counseling, along with other services for students.