This infographic highlights key facts about community college students. To be able to fund these resources in your college, it is important to be able to tell your story with data that supports your need. This infographic is an overview of the cost of college, demographic and financial information that may be beneficial.
When Students Talk about Suicide (Video)
How can you provide support when a student demonstrates signs or talks about suicide?
Tools for Supporting the Emotional Wellbeing in Youth
View this resource to access tools created to promote mental and emotional wellbeing – during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
Trauma Informed Practices to Best Support Student Success
The session will then move on to explore trauma, its impact on learning and behavior, as well as classroom practices faculty can adopt to increase equity.
Supporting Veteran College Students
California is home to the largest veteran population in the nation.
Supporting LGBTQ+ College Students
Since 2000, the number of LGBTQ college students has more than tripled. This video describes risk and protective factors for LGBTQ students. It offers strategies to support their mental health.
Behavioral Intervention Team Q&A with the Jed Foundation
This session will be a question and answer format to allow participants to ask any questions they may have on behavioral intervention teams.
Basic Needs Helping Students Enroll in CalFresh
A brief video with tips on how to enroll in the CalFresh program at your community college.
It’s OK to Say Suicide.
If you’re scared to say the word suicide—either because you’re thinking about it, you’re worried someone you know might be considering it, or, you just don’t know how to talk about it—we want you to know it’s OK to say it. Being able to talk openly about suicide opens the door for people to get […]
Trevor Projects Connect, Accept, Respond, and Empower (CARS) – How to Support LGBTQ Youth
This interactive webinar will provide an overview of suicide among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth and the different environmental stressors that contribute to their heightened risk for suicide