The purpose of training and technical assistance (TTA) is to build CCC system capacity. In order to achieve this goal, a broad array of technical assistance, training, and resource development services were developed during the initial phase of the project.
At-Risk Suicide Prevention Online Training
At-Risk is an online interactive gatekeeper training that uses virtual students and role-playing simulations to prepare learners to recognize when a student is exhibiting signs of psychological distress, and manage a conversation with the student with the goal of connecting them with the appropriate support service.
The utilization of distance learning tools is an integral part of the technical assistance and training services. As part of the CCC SMHP TTA Project, webinars on relevant topics were offered to the CCC system on a regular basis.
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The appropriate resources can make your work easier by translating research findings and evidence-based approaches into concrete tips and strategies for application in real-world campus settings. This page is a growing collection of relevant resources and tools to support campuses in planning and implementing effective student mental health services.
Funded by CalMHSA, this program offers cost-free technical assistance to increase local adoption and promotion of existing and customized EMM tools and resources to the CCC campuses.
The overall goals of the CCC SMHP are to enable the CCCs to implement and sustain prevention and early intervention strategies that will allow campuses to better identify and address the mental health needs of students. And, ultimately to promote sustainable student mental health systems and policies.
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