California Community Colleges
Student Mental Health Program (SMHP)
Mental Health Resource Submission Form
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This searchable database will provide information on the many programs, services, practices, events, tools, and documents that colleges are implementing to address mental health intervention and prevention services for students. The "California Community College Programs, Practices, and Policies Online Searchable Database" will assist colleges in discovering what their colleagues across the community college system are doing to promote student mental health on campus. The purpose of this product is to provide an easy, sustainable way for colleges to share programs, policies, and practices, and to see at a glance which colleges are implementing certain strategies.

If you are willing to allow us to share these resources in the public domain please complete the brief form. Each individual resource submission can consist of one document, or a small collection of multiple but related documents. If you have additional separate resources you would like to share, please use this form multiple times.

1. Contact Information

First Name*
Last Name*
Title*
Community College*
Address Line 1*
Address Line 2
City*
Zip*
County*
Email*
Phone*( ) - Ext:
Are you a CCC SMHP Campus Based Grantee?*
Yes     No    

2. Resource Information:

Resource Name*
Please provide a short description (two to three sentences) that includes information about the resource (e.g., details about the program, practice, or policy). This description will be viewed by users.*
Was this resource or practice made possible by CalMHSA funding?*
Yes     No    
Was this resource or practice developed with support from other resources?*
Yes     No    
If yes, please describe:

3. Please check all that apply:

By Topic:*
Behavioral intervention/Assessment teams
Behavior management (distressed and disruptive students)
Clinical intern program
Clinical services
Confidentiality
County mental health partnership
Community partnerships
Culturally and linguistically appropriate services
Curriculum for peers or faculty/staff
Data collection and management
Gatekeeper training
Needs assessment
Mental Health 101
Peer-to-peer support
Referral practices
Student mental wellness
Screening for anxiety, depression, substance abuse, suicide, etc.
Stigma reduction
Stress/conflict management
Suicide prevention
Threat assessment/Crisis
Trauma informed care
Veteran's
Wellness center
Wrap-around services
Other
If Other, please specify:
By Population:
First-generation students
Formerly incarcerated
General student population
International students
LGBTQ
Limited English Proficient (LEP) students
Low income students
Racial/ethnic minority
Re-entry
Students with disabilities
Transitional age youth (16-24)
Veterans
Youth in foster care (FC) or formerly in FC
Other
If Other, please specify:
By Intended Audience:*
Administration
Clinical staff
Community partners
Faculty
Staff
Student leaders
Students
Other
If Other, please specify:
Resources approved for inclusion will require approval from the source agency prior to posting the materials online. Proper acknowledgement of the source will also be included with all materials approved for inclusion. By submitting this resource, you are providing permission to post this document as part of the CA Community College Programs, Practices, and Policies Online Searchable Database.
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