College student hunger is a pressing concern. Many CCC students are eligible for federal and state benefits programs, such as CalFresh, that can help them afford food and other necessities. Colleges can help by becoming EBT retailers, so that students … 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.
This webinar provides an overview and orientation to the 12-hour basic curriculum, 9-hour supplemental curriculum, and ongoing peer to peer support group materials that comprise the curriculum, including youth workbooks, a youth resource guide, a trainer manual, and a peer … read more
This fact sheet explains how unmet basic needs are detrimental to students’ mental health and academic success. It describes the extent of the problem in the CCCs and provides innovative strategies that campuses can implement.
Asian Americans are the fastest growing U.S. population. Between 2010 and 2015, the AAPI community increased by 72%. The AAPI population is also extremely diverse. It includes 45+ ethnic groups and 100+ languages and dialects. This video provides an overview … read more
Latino/a students make up an increasingly large portion of all students in higher education, especially in California. Latino/a students account for 16% of all undergraduates and 22% of all community college students. In California, Latino/as make up 43% of community … read more
Since 2000, the number of LGBTQ college students has more than tripled. This video describes risk and protective factors for LGBTQ students. It offers strategies to support their mental health.
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
Stay calm in the midst of all the chaos. Ten tips for college students to reduce stress.
There are skills that will help students thrive as you get ready to leave high school. Here you’ll find information, tools and guidance to help you feel Set to Go – whether you go to college or straight to a … read more
This toolkit from the American College Health Association provides higher education institution to use when developing sexual violence prevention programming and responding to incidents of sexual violence experienced by members of the campus community.
ADHD makes it difficult to stay on top of the multiple tasks of daily life, especially complex tasks that require organization, planning, and sustained focus. HelpGuide provides information and strategies for families and adults experiencing ADHD.
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.
ULifeline is an online source for college student mental and behavioral health resources. This page provides information about alcohol and drug abuse signs and getting help.
Provides information for consumers about safe drinking, appropriate drinking levels, alcohol’s effect on the body, and the impact of alcohol on specific populations.
A membership organization, AHCA serves institutions of higher education and college health care professionals to address the health needs of students at colleges and universities.
Information and education about suicide and depression, programs for suicide survivor treatment, research, and education.
Broad scope of information and helpful resources.
Tested techniques for managing anger from the Mayo Clinic’s online community.
Overview includes how to distinguish healthy dieting from anorexia nervosa and how anorexia nervosa affects body functioning.
Self-test offered by Gamblers Anonymous to help you determine whether your gambling has become a problem.