The more campus stakeholders know about student veterans and their experiences, daily stresses, and mental health issues, and the resources available to support them, the more likely our veterans will receive the benefits our nation promised in exchange for their … 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.
California is home to the largest veteran population in the nation. More veterans attend community college than any other type of college. About 35,000 veterans and active duty service members were enrolled at a California Community College (CCC) in Spring … read more
This publication will present some common barriers related to mental health shared by students from historically marginalized racial and ethnic backgrounds, and will describe how resources specific to the community college system can help support their access to mental health … read more
This publication presents some common barriers related to mental health shared by LGBTQ and will describe how resources specific to the community college system can help support their access to mental health services.
This document provides an overview of trauma, a discussion of its impact on college students, and a variety of resources and strategies for effectively supporting students who are impacted by trauma.
In partnership with the University of California, Office of the President (UCOP), and Riverside Community College District, CCC SMHP has tailored five PSAs to focus on the mental health needs of CCC students. In this PSA originally developed by Riverside … read more
This is a collection of articles on issues that student veterans experience and how campuses can support them.
The first section outlines the infrastructure that needs to be in place to build and sustain an effective mental health promotion and suicide prevention effort. The second section guides campus planners in developing a comprehensive, coordinated set of programs and … read more
Accommodating Student Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: Tips for Campus Faculty and Staff PDF
This report is the result of discussions during the Veterans Success Jam, held in May 2010.
Developed by AFSP and the Suicide Prevention Resource Center — two of the nation’s leading organizations devoted to suicide prevention — to assist schools in the aftermath of a suicide (or other death) in a school community.
Information and education about suicide and depression, programs for suicide survivor treatment, research, and education.
Broad scope of information and helpful resources.
Overview includes how to distinguish healthy dieting from anorexia nervosa and how anorexia nervosa affects body functioning.
Information and resources about anxiety and depression, and related issues such as obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and phobias.
Provides an overview of anxiety disorders, including signs and symptoms, risk factors, treatment and therapies, and more.
ULifeline is an online source for college student mental and behavioral health resources. This page provides information about anxiety.
The goal of this website is to bridge the understanding gap that exists between mental health professionals and those actually dealing with anxiety disorders.
Riverside City College created this quick guide to help faculty and staff identify, refer, and support students in distress. The main focus is a listing of community resources.
Developed by the college Behavioral Intervention Caring Team (BICT), this guide is intended to provide guidance to staff and faculty on how to aid emotionally distressed students and offers steps on how to refer them for help.
Santiago Canyon College developed this guide to help their faculty and staff identify, refer, and support students who may be experiencing distress.