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UCLArts and Healing expands awareness and availability of arts-based tools for healing by offering referral services to the community. In addition to recommending presenters for events, we can also collaborate directly with the requesting group.

To see a list of current projects, click here or find "current projects" in the "about us" tab. 
The following are examples of organizations, institutions, or other groups that have sought referral services and for which customized referrals were given, instructor placements were made, or actual services were delivered - sometimes resulting in ongoing partnerships:
  • Women's Voices and Women's Vision Symposium
  • International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation
  • Expressive Media Inc. – Expressive Therapies Summit
  • Actor’s Fund Work Program
  • Alzheimer’s Association of San Diego
  • Los Angele Unified School District Beyond the Bell After School Program
  • Saban Center for Health and Wellness
  • The Junior Blind of America
  • Volunteers for Aging
  • Arena Continuation High School in El Segundo, CA
  • Los Angeles County Department of Mental health - Clergy Advisory Committee
  • Children's Institute International - trauma conference for mental health professionals
  • Pitzer College - abnormal psychology class
  • UCLA Graduate Student Resource Center
  • UCLA Department of Gender Studies
  • UCLA MindYou Student Group
  • UCLA Office of Residential Life
  • UCLA Healthy Campus Initiative
  • UCLA Student Wellness Commission
  • UCLA Total Wellness Magazine
  • UCLA Department of Neuro-Oncology - annual conference for patients, families, and caregivers
  • UCLA Department of Design | Media Arts 
  • UCLA Department of Social Work within UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center
  • Westside Mental Health Network
  • LA County Psychological Association Mirrors of the Mind conference
  • Drama Therapy Institute of LA 
  • UCLA Health - free one-day conference for the public
  • UCLA Annual Student Conference for Integrative Medicine
  • A Place Called Home - staff offering comprehensive services and education for youth and families in South LA
  • Santa Monica College Early Childhood Education class
  • Jewish Family Service
  • Los Angeles County Psychological Association
  • El Monte City School District – Jeff Seymour Family Center
  • Santa-Monica Malibu Unified School District - District Advisory Committee for Visual and Performing Arts
  • UCLA Center for East-West Medicine summer integrative medicine course
  • UCLA Students for Integrative Medicine
  • UCLA School of Public Health
  • Kiwanis Club
  • Art for Autism
  • Gabriella Charter School
  • UCLA Circle of Caring Renewal Retreat - for health care professionals
  • City of Santa Monica Human Services Division - staff serving youth before and after school throughout the City.
  • Visual and Performing Arts Education program within the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture - UCLA Book Arts Camp and other undergraduate courses
  • Otis College of Art and Design
  • The Broad Stage of the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center
  • Whole Child Foundation
  • Chicago School of Professional Psychology
  • Collective Voices Foundation at Rose City High School, Center for Independent Studies, Gompers Middle School, Markham Middle School in South Los Angeles
  • UCLA Creative Minds Project at Step Up on Second, Daniel's Place, Safe Place for Youth, Ocean Park Community Center - serving adults and youth dealing with mental illness and homelessness, respectively.
  • Loyola Law School's Center for Juvenile Law & Policy and Center for Restorative Justice
  • Santa Clarita Valley Performing Arts Center K-12 Arts Education Outreach Program
  • YWCA Santa Monica/Westside
  • Wilshire Boulevard Temple - Sydney and Audrey Irmas Campus - West Los Angeles
  • Boys and Girls Club, East Los Angeles and Santa Monica
  • UCLA Staff Assembly
  • Venice Family Clinic
  • Cancer Support Community - Benjamin Center - West Los Angeles — the founding facility of the largest cancer support organization worldwide that offers support groups, stress reduction classes, individual counseling, educational workshops, and social activities for people with cancer & caregivers.
  • Santa Monica YMCA
  • Nutrition, Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCAM) — student organization at UCLA.
  • UCLA Tiverton House
  • City of Santa Monica Senior Recreation Center — offers affordable programs for enrichment, education, health, active living, social connection, independent living; resources for disabilities; and legal services.
  • Senior Arts Foundation — a nonprofit organization that connects persons over 50 with creative arts.
  • UCLA Extension
  • Los Angeles Unified School District Annual Best Practices in Counseling Resource Fair — attended by primary intervention counselors, elementary school counselors, psychiatric social workers, Pupil Services and Attendance counselors, school psychologists, Extended Learning Academy counselors, secondary school counselors, drop-out prevention advisors, Healthy Start staff, health education program staff, organization facilitators, school nurses and doctors, foster care liaisons, Student Health and Human Services administrators and site administrators (including school principals).
  • California Caregiver Resource Centers Conference — for family caregivers; organized by the Los Angeles Caregiver Resource Center at the University of Southern California.
  • Arts and Services for Disabled — a nonprofit organization that offers life-long learning, community service and career opportunities through the creative arts for people with disabilities.
  • South Bay National Alliance for Mental Illness — a local chapter of a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons with serious mental illness.
  • Virginia Avenue Project — an after-school arts-based program for underserved youth.
  • Melrose Gardens — an assisted living center for older adults.
  • Silvercrest Residence — an 124-unit apartment complex for self-sufficient older adults, operated by the Salvation Army in Santa Monica.
  • Warner Brothers International Summit


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