Many students are dealing with emergency needs resulting from the COVID-19 crisis and the consequent economic downturn. The economic fallout from the crisis is likely to last months, if not years, and it is therefore crucial that students take action … 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.
Incorporating the Needs of Foster Youth Info into Community College Student Mental Health Plans (2014)
Foster youth have typically suffered from experiences far outside the norm of a typical childhood, and even outside the norm for other low-income, minority or first generation students. For this reason, the John Burton Foundation as prepared this document to … read more
This is a sample referral form (Word document) for referring students to on- and off-campus health services.
This page provides an overview of all the relaxation products available on this site. Scroll down to view free relaxation tools such as relaxation scripts, downloads, podcasts, and more.
Integrating Social Care into the Delivery of Health Care: Moving Upstream to Improve the Nation’s Health
Health care systems are paying increased attention to social factors, such as access to stable housing, reliable transportation, and nutritious food. These upstream social conditions help shape people’s health because they affect both the delivery and the outcomes of health … read more
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.
An estimated 15 percent of students suffer from depression and other mental disorders that put them at risk for suicide. Each year, 10 percent of students report that they’ve seriously considered suicide. Those who need help the most are often … read more
This guidebook explains campus internship regulations, the role of faculty and staff in supporting interns, and campus policies and procedures for the internship program.
Colleges and universities need to address the mental health of students on their campuses. Poor mental health hinders students’ academic success; untreated mental health issues may lead to lower GPAs, discontinuous enrollment, and too often, lapses in enrollment. An institution’s … read more
Founded in 2004, this non-profit organization is dedicated to helping Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families. Members have access to a social network, connect with other veterans, and get information on local events.
The JED Foundation Higher Education team prepared a set of recommendations to help colleges and universities as they continue to envision ways to better support the mental health and well-being of their communities during the fall reopening, in whatever format … read more
JedCampus is an online self-assessment survey program that helps colleges explore and enhance their campus mental health and suicide prevention programming. The survey makes it easy for colleges and universities to evaluate their mental health promotion and suicide prevention programming.
The public charge rule, which will be enforced starting Feb. 24, 2020, allows immigration officials to deny green cards (among other visas) if they suspect applicants could possibly use government benefits in the future. Available in multiple languages and with … read more
A statewide suicide prevention social marketing campaign built on three key messages: Know the signs. Find the words. Reach out. The Know the Signs suicide prevention campaign is culturally adapting suicide prevention outreach materials such as posters, brochures, and print, … read more
This brochure or handout describes warning signs and protective factors for suicide.
Developed by Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, the brochure provides a succinct introduction of the importance of appropriate language in talking about mental health conditions.
Following COVID-19 shelter in place directives, the Nod app was rapidly to provide tips, tools and prompts to help students maintain relationships while staying safe and adhering to public health precautions. Using all of the same positive psychology and cognitive … read more
Provides downloadable sample SafeZone program materials developed by institutions of higher education.
LGBTQ+/Gender Centers for each California county.
A small, branded resource card with information on LGBTQ+ suicide prevention resources