ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding emotional health.
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 page is written for college students. It explains signs and symptoms of suicidal ideation or feelings, as well as how to get help.
Offers mental health providers information on understanding cultural responsiveness to racial trauma, why it matters, and what to do. This infographic defines racial trauma and cultural responsiveness, shares the effects of racial trauma and discrimination, and offers insight into how … read more
The mission at the COVID Grief Network is to provide short term grief support and build long term community for young adults who are grieving in the midst of this pandemic. To address this growing crisis, we are an emerging … read more
Provides veterans with benefits and services. Their Web site includes a wealth of information such as a directory of VAs across the U.S., help for PTSD, descriptions of VA benefits and facts on healthcare. Also includes a blog, which features … read more
The NASPA Disability Knowledge Community created this brief on learning and development strategies that can support all college students, but especially students with autism. It focuses on universal design strategies around anxiety, organization and time management, and social skills.
Upcoming Webinar: Completing the FAFSA/CADAA: A How-To for Adult Supporters of Youth Experiencing Homelessness
Please join John Burton Advocates for Youth for this “how-to” webinar to assist those working with homeless youth to successfully complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or California Dream Act Application (CADAA). The webinar will review the … read more
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and its operating divisions offer a variety of resources and programs specifically designed to support military families.
My HealtheVet provides links to manage Veterans Affairs prescriptions, appointments, and records, as well as mental and physical health resources and screening tools.
Provides support service for veterans and their families, including housing, counseling, and career development.
Using Federal COVID-19 Relief Funds to Support Student Transitions from High School to Higher Education
This policy guide encourages state and district leaders to use federal coronavirus relief funds to improve college access and success, especially for students who are historically underserved and under-represented in higher education. During the pandemic, college enrollment declined, particularly among … read more
Sometimes, life’s challenges can feel overwhelming, like there’s no way things can get better. When things feel unbearable, or if you’re having thoughts of ending your life, support is available. VA offers a number of programs and resources for Veterans … read more
Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responderswith the Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of them are Veterans themselves.
The Department of Veterans Affairs and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline have joined with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to create the Veterans Self-Check Quiz. This is a safe, easy way to learn whether stress and depression might be … read more
UMM’s Violence Prevention page includes posters, brochures, policies, student information resources, and more to prevent violence on campus.
The WAVR-21 – Workplace Assessment of Violence Risk – is a 21-item coded instrument for the structured assessment of workplace and campus targeted violence risk.
On any given day, more than 150,000 people experience homelessness in California.
Third webinar in a three-part series on cross-system collaboration between health and homeless systems of care.
Tips for controlling compulsive binge eating triggered by emotional needs.
This report concludes with example models and frameworks to help institutional leaders create equitable and inclusive well-being supports tailored to the needs of their institution and the students they serve. This paper uses data from Wake Forest University’s spring 2019 … read more