The Center for Support and Intervention (CSI) is open from 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. We are closed on University Holidays and during other university closures.
Here are a few ways to connect with us. Please note: if this is an emergency, please call 911 or contact UCPD at 510-642-3333.
- If you are concerned about a student and want to make a referral to our office, please do so using the Care Report online form.
- If you would like to consult with a Case Manager about a concern, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voicemail at 510-664-4218.
- If you are interested in connecting with our Violence Prevention & Education team, please email email@example.com or call 510-541-9530.
- If you are interested in scheduling a training with our teams, check our training page for offerings and information on how to submit a request.
Alfred Day (he/him/his) has enjoyed a 20-plus year career in the field of Student Affairs and Higher Education. He has been a part of the University of California system at UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, and UC Merced. Alfred has also served as the Assistant Dean of Students for the Institute for Shipboard Education in the Semester at Sea program (spring 2011). Alfred is certified in Campus Threat Management and Best Practices in Behavioral Risk Assessment; he serves as assessment chair for the UC Case Managers group. He currently serves on the Communications Committee for the Higher Education Case Managers Association and on the Alumni Association Board of Directors Faculty/Staff Council for Semester at Sea. He is also considered a nationally recognized expert in the area of Nerd/Geek topics in Higher Education Student Affairs.
James (he/him/his) is proudly Bay Area born and raised (Fremont, CA)! After earning his B.A. in Sociology and Asian American Studies from Pomona College, James taught middle school as a Fulbright Fellow in South Korea before getting his M.Ed. in Student Affairs from UCLA. James served as an Area Coordinator and Intercultural Program Coordinator at Wheaton College (MA) before returning to the Bay Area, and since joining UC Berkeley, James has worked in Residential Life, New Student Services, and the Center for Support and Intervention. James is experienced in Intergroup Dialogue and social justice education facilitation and program development, serves as a campus facilitator in the Multicultural Education Program, and is also a certified practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). Outside the office, he serves fellow staff as a member of the leadership team of UC Berkeley’s Asian Pacific American Systemwide Alliance (APASA).
Hailey Lopez (she/hers) comes most recently from UC Santa Cruz where she served as a Coordinator for Residential Education and an Assistant Director for Residential Education. Hailey grew up in the High Desert of Southern California in Apple Valley, CA (no apples, just hot desert). She received her undergraduate degrees in English Literature and Liberal Studies from the University of Redlands and a graduate degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from The Ohio State University. Hailey also worked at UC Merced in Residence Life.
Aly Jarocki (she/her/hers) comes to the UC Berkeley team from a master’s degree program at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Health Education and Health Communication. She previously worked in violence prevention at a Midwestern intimate partner violence non-profit where she facilitated weekly allyship sessions with teenage boys and men working to develop healthier masculine identity. Aly has over 9 years of experience with training and facilitating content related to IPV, sexual assault, consent, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, gender in the media, and coping with vicarious trauma. She is also a certified trainer on trauma-informed care and has specialized in primary prevention strategy. Aly spends her free time seeking out the best tacos and desserts, is a proud Ravenclaw, and has a habit of showing pictures of her tiny dog with little to no provocation.
Becca Gardner (she/her) earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at UC Davis with minors in human development and professional writing. There, she worked extensively to grow the collegiate recovery program, Aggies for Recovery. She serves as a team leader for The SAFE Campus Collegiate Recovery Leadership Academy. As a person in long-term recovery, Becca is thrilled to bring her lived experience to cultivate a thriving recovery community at Cal. In her free time, Becca likes to write, travel and drink coffee.