LCOEBH Resources

Resources for Educators 

The Inclusive Teaching Faculty Resource Guide was designed by the Latinx Center of Excellence in Behavioral Health (LCOEBH) in support of a campus-wide initiative to advance the commitment towards inclusive excellence and to create a stronger sense of belonging for each member of the UC Berkeley community, in particular, the Berkeley Social Welfare community. The guide is divided into the following six sections: Implicit Bias in Higher Education, Microaggressions, Stereotype Threat, Recognizing Power and Privilege, New Practice Models With Latinx Populations, and Understanding Cultural Humility. Each section contains a list of tools and readings to help faculty examine their role in creating and maintaining a supportive academic environment for underrepresented students.

Resources for Students

This guide includes resources for current students. Please email if you would like to contribute. 

A guide for incoming MSW students with some of the most central resources on campus. This is not an exhaustive list. 

UC Berkeley's Basic Needs Center is dedicated to providing all students with support services and resources that address food, housing, and economic security.

The Graduate Division provides students with additional funding opportunities through fellowships, grants, awards, and more.

The School of Social Welfare's Job Posting Listserv serves to communicate employment opportunities related to social welfare and social work.

  • ​Financial Aid and Taxes 

Berkeley Graduate Division - Financial Assistance Policy  (see G1.2 Taxes on Financial Assistance)

Campus Resources for Undocumented Students 

  1. Graduate Student Fellowships and Awards - This is a list of university and non-university private fellowship opportunities for graduate students.

  2. UC Berkeley Scholarship Connection - A university-managed scholarship database that allows students to search and filter for scholarships by degree type and discipline. 

  3. Office for Graduate Diversity (OGD) - This office provides support for undocumented graduate students and closely coordinates with the Undocumented Student Program. Contact Jessica Mena Flores, OGD’s Undocumented Graduate Student Specialist, with any questions.

  4. Undocumented Student Program (USP) - This office provides mental health, immigration legal, and financial support for undocumented graduate and undergraduate students on campus.

General Resources 

This guide includes resources and upcoming events for Behavioral Health Providers serving the Latinx community. A section for undocumented and Spanish-speaking communities is also included. Please email if you would like to contribute. 

There are many resources available for practicing and perfecting the Spanish language in the Bay area. The Spanish courses listed range from beginner through proficient. This is not an exhaustive list.

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The Latinx Center of Excellence in Behavioral Health is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $3,398,332 with 0% financed with non-governmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit