Experts share their insights on managing mental and emotional health in the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Compiled by CIYJA staff, the resource guide includes general information on COVID-19, statewide resources, and regional resources.
This booklet provides a framework for those who may encounter a troubled student or employee and identify helpful resources.
This compilation of resources includes the recording of the Nov. 13, 2014 webinar describing “Culture and Community”, “Native Communities of Care”, and more. These resources present an annotated and illustrated collection of culturally relevant and responsive suicide prevention social marketing … read more
Developed by the “Know the Signs,” California’s statewide suicide prevention campaign, contains social marketing and messaging materials.
Experts from the I, Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) and the Immigrant Legal Defense (ILD) will share more the about the Supreme Court decision, its impact on DACA recipients, next steps recipients can take in light of the decision, and … read more
This page provides information about depression, including signs and symptoms and ways to get help. ULifeline focuses on college mental health.
DBSA offers both in-person and online support groups. As independent affiliates of DBSA in their communities, DBSA chapters offer nearly 650 peer-run support groups. They have groups for individuals with depression and bipolar disorder, parents of people with mood disorders, … read more
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance has meetings throughout California. Currently, most are meeting online via Zoom. These meetings are great for those struggling with anxiety, Major Depressive Disorder as well as Bipolar Disorder. Most people attending these groups are over … read more
This self-test offered by Mental Health America can help you determine whether you are experiencing depression.
Spanish-language Patient Health Questionnaire PHQ-9.
Developed based on work directly with community colleges, this matrix provides an outline to develop and sustain community referrals for colleges.
This sample report form includes space to provide information about the incident as well as useful hints based on campus policies.
This is a sample referral form (Word document) for referring students to health services.
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
This one-page referral form was developed to help connect students to needed services on campus across a variety of departments.
California Community Colleges Health & Wellness collated these resources to help college faculty, staff, administrators, and students support their mental health, health, basic needs, and wellness. Please check back often as we will keep this list updated with new resources. … read more
Empathy is here to help you with everything that comes next after death of the loved one. We guide and support you along your journey of loss, giving you the tools to navigate and prioritize every task.
This resource offers practical tips for service providers to more effectively utilize technology to engage with youth. Also included are important considerations for ensuring young people’s physical, social, and emotional safety on virtual platforms. Learn 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