This self-test offered by the Anxiety and Depression Association of America can help you determine whether you have symptoms of obsessive compulsive disorder.
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.
Offers information and support on mental health issues for veterans, active military, and their families, including screening for PTSD, depression, and alcohol abuse.
This is the InDesign file for the red folder, which campuses can use to design their own campus-specific folders. Red folders provide quick resources and guidance around supporting students in distress. Supporting Resources See Something Instructions This file provides instructions … read more
This is a “red folder” customized for Fresno-Reedley colleges. The red folder initiative is a way to provide faculty and staff with quick resources and guidance for supporting students in distress.
In this toolkit, you’ll get tips on how to help young adults who may be struggling with their mental health, and best practices to have supportive conversations about everyday challenges with them. Help bring the program to life through tools … read more
Student Caffe’s page on self-injury discusses ways of coping with self-injury impulses, how to help a friend who might be self-injuring, and further resources that may help.
Sidekick is a collaborative project combining the resources of six programs for CCCs under one, easy-to-use website. Each program is committed to helping you create engaging multimedia content that is accessible to all community college students.
SPRC Research to Practice Webinar, Promoting Help-Seeking Among College Students: Strategies for Suicide Prevention
This webinar will focus on one component of a comprehensive, public health approach to suicide prevention and mental health promotion on campuses: increasing student help-seeking. Presenters will share recent research findings and will describe strategies their campuses are employing to … read more
SPRC is the nation’s only federally supported resource center devoted to advancing the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. This page provides information and resources on suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention for colleges and universities.
The development of leadership contributes greatly to the positive development of young people and their communities. Leadership skills, such as goal-setting, problem-solving and sound decision-making, are not just necessary for leaders – these skills are needed for success in today’s … read more
Published by the APA, NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, and the American Council on Education, the primer explains that mental health issues are a “critical component” of ensuring students’ success.
The Mayo Clinic website offers numerous articles on stress, medical effects of stress, and stress management.
All of us get stressed from time to time. This page teaches 74 skills that help you change your environment to reduce stress, relax when you’re under pressure, and cope when there’s nothing you can do about the situation. We … read more
Screening tool offered by Mental Health America. Site also includes information on the negative health consequences of too much stress and how to manage stress.
This is a detailed health services intake form that campuses can use to quickly assess student needs.
This worksheet is a task planning matrix for mental health services strategic planning. It shows how to align goals with specific tasks/activities.
Colleges can use this sample needs assessment to collect data on their campus mental health and wellness services from student participants.
How does that financial stress impact students’ studies, and what should educators know about these financial realities? On this podcast, two students facing these challenges share their experience as part of the series about how COVID-19 is impacting education.
David M. Joseph, PhD, compiled this list of resources that campus faculty, staff, and interested individuals can use to learn more about the experiences of veterans.
Legally, it is well-settled that while being suicidal is not a protected disability, the attendant conditions that make a person suicidal, such as depression, addiction or a mental illness are almost always seen as qualifying disabilities and therefore are protected … read more