This publication will present some common barriers related to mental health shared by students from historically marginalized racial and ethnic backgrounds, and will describe how resources specific to the community college system can help support their access to mental health … read more
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This publication presents some common barriers related to mental health shared by LGBTQ and will describe how resources specific to the community college system can help support their access to mental health services.
This document provides an overview of trauma, a discussion of its impact on college students, and a variety of resources and strategies for effectively supporting students who are impacted by trauma.
In partnership with the University of California, Office of the President (UCOP), and Riverside Community College District, CCC SMHP has tailored five PSAs to focus on the mental health needs of CCC students. In this PSA originally developed by Riverside … read more
This is a collection of articles on issues that student veterans experience and how campuses can support them.
Accommodating Student Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: Tips for Campus Faculty and Staff PDF
This report is the result of discussions during the Veterans Success Jam, held in May 2010.
Developed by the college Behavioral Intervention Caring Team (BICT), this guide is intended to provide guidance to staff and faculty on how to aid emotionally distressed students and offers steps on how to refer them for help.
This webinar describes a process that will assist campuses in finding accessible community mental health referral sources and developing a sustainable referral network and then shares evidence based practices for student referrals and linkage to care.
This Handbook provides guidance and a mechanism by which violence, threats of violence, and behaviors that are disruptive to institutional activities may be reported, evaluated, and addressed.
This article is divided into three sections. The first section outlines the legal duties that colleges and universities have in connection with violent incidents on campus and discusses how related standards of care for TAM processes are likely to be … read more
This model policy provides guiding principles and strategies for supporting students experiencing mental health challenges, including confidentiality, accommodations, services, and more.
This booklet provides a framework for those who may encounter a troubled student or employee and identify helpful resources.
Developed based on work directly with community colleges, this matrix provides an outline to develop and sustain community referrals for colleges.
This is a sample referral form (Word document) for referring students to health services.
This one-page referral form was developed to help connect students to needed services on campus across a variety of departments.
Website of the US Department of Health and Human Services offers information, publications, and other resources on issues related to health, fitness, and nutrition.
Healthy Transitions provides curriculum for young adults transitioning out of foster care with the purpose of helping them to realize their own strengths and abilities. Ultimately, the object of the curriculum is to increase awareness and disseminate information about the … read more
The April 16, 2007, tragedy at Virginia Tech resulted in unprecedented new attention and new practices related to campus safety and security at higher education institutions. This book provides a detailed summary of two of the major projects Virginia Tech … read more
This is a sample referral form (Word document) for referring students to on- and off-campus health services.
This guide is designed to increase self-awareness in how faculty and staff currently deal with students in distress, provide tools to enhance their current skills, and offer resources for referrals.