Each Mind Matters: California’s Mental Health Movement created the 2019 kit to help community organizations, schools, and individuals raise suicide awareness during Suicide Prevention Week. The theme of the kit this year is Finding Purpose: Taking Care of Ourselves and … read more
Health & Wellness ResourcesThese health and wellness resources are an extensive, curated collection of tools and resources. The library includes external resources as well as resources that were developed under CCC Health & Wellness or submitted by the colleges. Search by keyword, topic, and/or audience.
This one-page referral form was developed to help connect students to needed services on campus across a variety of departments.
“Know Your Rights” flyers can help get the word out about the rights of students experiencing homelessness, while also helping parents and youth understand how sharing their situation can increase access to and stability in school. SchoolHouse Connection created simple … read more
Emergency Housing, Food, & Financial Resources for Undergraduates at California’s Public Colleges and Universities
CHYP compiled information from the websites of 50 of the state’s 114 California Community College campuses, all 23 California State University campuses, and all 9 University of California campuses. With the aim of empowering undergraduate students experiencing basic needs insecurity, … read more
California Community Colleges Health & Wellness collated these resources to help college faculty, staff, administrators, and students support their mental health, health, basic needs, and wellness. Please check back often as we will keep this list updated with new resources. … read more
PowerPoint presentation and training notes on sleep in college, including strategies for student services to promote better sleeping.
Source on injury data, by type, that can be filtered by specific demographics. Includes alcohol and other drugs.
The Equity in Mental Health Framework provides colleges and universities with ten recommendations and implementation strategies to help strengthen their mental health support and programs for students of color. The new Equity in Mental Health Toolkit offers additional support for … read more
CLASP has several new resources that address the challenges facing postsecondary students with low incomes. One is a report we wrote for a series published by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA). In the paper, we discuss … read more
NEFE created these customizable workshop kits on financial topics. Select “College Series” to filter your results to workshops to present to college student audiences.
Food Recovery Network is a student movement aimed to fight waste and feed people.
This resource page from MentalHealth.gov provides suggestions for how to offer support to loved ones who may be experiencing mental health challenges, including things to say.
The U.S. Department of Education created this toolkit to help youth transitioning out of foster care successfully transition to adulthood. It can also be helpful for caring and supportive adults who work with former foster youth. The toolkit contains a … read more
Framework for Developing Institutional Protocols for the Acutely Distressed or Suicidal College Student
This guide provides a college or university community, regardless of its size, culture, and resources, with a list of issues to consider when drafting or revising protocols relating to the management of the student in acute distress or at risk … read more
Friends are Good Medicine was established in November of 1986. It was the first county-wide clearinghouse in the Central Valley. The directory was first published in 1987 to publicize support groups. Friends provide leadership training, consultation and assistance to groups, … read more
Lists state and federally funded programs that can help families afford child care.
This resource from Value Colleges discusses time management guidelines, benefits of working during college, and financial management considerations.
Twelve-step program to support individuals to change compulsive gambling behavior. Website offers a broad range of problem gambling information and resources, including localized hotline information.
Specific suggestions for incorporating exercise into your routine at college.
Website operated by Columbia University to answer the questions of college students on issues related to physical health, mental health, and sexuality.