This sample report form includes space to provide information about the incident as well as useful hints based on campus policies.
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.
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
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
The premise behind Find Your Anchor is that each person needs an anchor. “Establish an anchor — a dependable, stable, secure base that you can hold on to, one that keeps you firmly planted, no matter what winds or storms … 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
Online support community for people dealing with grief, death, and major loss, with over fifty monitored support groups for children, youth, and adults.
GritX offers adolescents and young adults customizable interactive resources that include a self-care kit, skills studio, journaling, and breathing exercises they can develop online or via a smart device, download and refer back to regularly.
This engaging youth-oriented site uses video stories of students and high-profile artists to increase awareness about mental health issues and the importance of getting help.
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Rio Hondo College developed this guide to help their faculty and staff identify, refer, and support students who may be experiencing distress.
Crisis Text Line information and resources for students on how to handle Coronavirus.
Cornell College developed these frequently asked questions and suggestions to help a friend or family member who may be considering suicide. They offer guidance on what to do and what to avoid doing.
ICRC-S & SPRC Research to Practice Webinar, Advances in Suicide Prevention: Research, Practice, and Policy Implications for LGBT Populations
This webinar will offer participants up-to-date information about what is already known about LGBT suicide risk across the lifespan as well as what is being done to improve future research.
A recording and materials are now available for ACEs Aware’s most recent webinar, “Implementing ACE Screenings: How-To Guide and Lessons from the Field,” which highlights learnings from clinics across California. The webinar covers: Ways the How-To Guide can help your … read more
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
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.
If you’re scared to say the word suicide—either because you’re thinking about it, you’re worried someone you know might be considering it, or, you just don’t know how to talk about it—we want you to know it’s OK to say … 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 Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District provides an excellent comprehensive benefits program including medical, vision, dental, life, income protection insurance, and membership in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS). Applicants interested in this position, send a cover letter addressing how you … read more