Provides an overview of anxiety disorders, including signs and symptoms, risk factors, treatment and therapies, and 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.
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.
Self-test offered by Gamblers Anonymous to help you determine whether your gambling has become a problem.
This toolkit is designed to help student conduct professionals help prevent violent and aggressive acts through identification, collaboration, and a culture of reporting on campus.
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.
Santa Monica Community College developed this guide to help their faculty and staff identify, refer, and support students who may be experiencing distress.
The mission of the Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD) is to assist college/university directors in providing effective leadership and management of their centers, in accord with the professional principles and standards with special attention to issues … read more
The purpose of ATAP is to afford its members a professional and educational environment to exchange ideas and strategies to address such issues as stalking, threats, and homeland security.
The AUCCD annual Director Surveys compile data about the college counseling center workforce, center services and procedures, clinical service rates, and more.
Back to School: Toolkits to Support the Full Inclusion of Students with Early Psychosis in Higher Education: Campus Staff & Administrator Version
This toolkit is designed to guide campus professionals to help students experiencing early psychosis. The toolkit includes guidance, planning questions, legal and policy considerations, effective strategies, and more.
Back to School: Toolkits to Support the Full Inclusion of Students with Early Psychosis in Higher Education: Students & Family Version
Returning to school after hospitalization(s) or intensive treatment for psychosis might seem: completely overwhelming; difficult but doable; or no big deal. This toolkit is designed to help students and families understand what it means to return to college, navigate legal … read more
Balancing Student Privacy and School Safety: A Guide to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act for Colleges and Universities
This brochure outlines HIPAA and FERPA guidelines for protecting student safety as well as their privacy.
Suicide hurts all of us-parents, children, siblings, friends, lovers and spouses. The loss for society is psychological, spiritual, and financial. Understanding suicide requires looking at all of the factors that underlie this complex and intensely emotional issue and applying logic … read more
A guide for students who want to seek help for mental illnesses or emotional distress.
Behind the Asterisk*: Perspectives on Young Adult Mental Health from “Small and Hard-to-Reach” Communities
Behind the Asterisk*: Perspectives on Young Adult Mental Health from “Small and Hard-to-Reach” Communities draws from the lived experiences of marginalized youth and young adults living in poverty. Their voices are the driving force behind our policy recommendations and serve … read more
This guide provides information and resources for faculty at colleges and universities to set up and successfully run their own emergency aid programs, including information on the FAST Fund model as one successful example of how faculty-run programs work.
Beyond the Food Pantry: Spreading the Word – Supporting Students’ Basic Needs with a Syllabus Statement
The persistent underutilization of campus support services is a challenge facing institutions wishing to support students’ basic needs. Campus food pantries and emergency aid programs, for example, tend to serve only a small fraction of food-insecure students on campus. While … read more