Search Results - CA Community College Programs, Practices, and Policies

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Healthy Transitions provides curriculum for young adults transitioning out of foster care with the purpose of helping them to realize their own strengths and abilities. Ultimately, the object of the curriculum is to increase awareness and disseminate information about the many facets of wellness and self-care, with the goal of instilling these students with healthy habits, connecting them to... view details
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.
This Guide provides suggestions for helping emotionally distressed students connect with available college and community resources. When you experience student behavior that causes you concern for their well being, I encourage you to use the suggestions in this guide and refer the student to Student Health and Psychological Services for personal counseling. Services available for students include... view details
The purpose of this training is to enable online classroom teachers to recognize mental health issues that students exhibit in online learning environments, respond appropriately, and make effective referrals to mental health resources that are accessible to remote learners. It begins with an overview of the types of mental health challenges and disabilities college students face, briefly... view details
Assessment tools the Drop Zone on campus vet program uses. Includes the WHO-5 Well-Being Index, Orange County Behavioral Health Services Veterans, PHQ-9, GAD-7, Orange Coast College student questionnaire, Orange County Behavioral Health Services personal growth initiative scale, and screening tool.
This Guide identifies services available (e.g., personal counseling, community referrals, etc.) The process to make referrals is also outlined for staff and faculty. Examples of behaviors that may raise concern and possible responses are included along with guidelines to assist the emotionally distressed student.
Healthy Campus 2020 has evolved to: include national health objectives for students and faculty/staff; promote an action model using an ecological approach; and provide a toolkit for implementation based on the MAP-IT (Mobilize, Assess, Plan, Implement and Track) framework. Presented at the 2012 HSACCC Annual Meeting, this presentation discusses literature and assessment findings about health... view details
This booklet is designed to provide techniques in dealing with distressed or difficult students. Distressed and/or difficult students may be aggressive, depressed, anxious, suspicious, suicidal, verbally aggressive, violent, demanding, under the influence of alcohol or drugs, sexually harassed, culturally different, or in poor contact with reality. Included in this guide are techniques and... view details
This guide summarizes the existing literature on campus teams and suggests some of the key issues that should be considered when creating or managing a campus team. The guide may be particularly useful to new teams considering various options for how they should be organized and led, but should also be helpful to existing teams interested in assessing their current functions, operations, or... view details
People Empowering Each Other to Succeed (PEERS) The PEERS programming combines three strategies on campus, Active Minds, the PEERS Coalition, and the monthly PEERS meetings. The PEERS Coalition meetings are open to on and off campus partners and are student led. The meetings including training, information and resources on various topics, and past topics include suicide prevention, QPR,... view details
The West Valley College Guide discusses the role, response, and resources for staff and faculty who recognize behaviors that may indicate a student is in need of student mental health supports.
Online suicide prevention training from Kognito Interactive is available upon request to all California Community Colleges. At-Risk is an online interactive gatekeeper training that uses virtual students and role-playing simulations to prepare learners to recognize when a student is exhibiting signs of psychological distress, and manage a conversation with the student with the goal of connecting... view details
Developed under the CCC SMHP, this document is a sample survey colleges can use to assess student needs.
The team protocol outlines principles, structure, and procedures for the campus Crisis Intervention Resource Team (CIRT). Also included is a referral flow chart and procedure flow chart.
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