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As we turn our eyes towards 2021, here are four things community college leaders must keep top-of-mind to serve students.
Attendees will gain critical insight into how the pandemic has affected current and future student populations as well as best practice recommendations.
K-12 district leaders are expecting to see a continued surge in the number of students requiring additional support for their mental health. The ten strategies in this toolkit provide district teams with a structured approach for school-based mental health supports, forming the foundations of a “population health management” model that will improve outcomes for students and reduce strain on district staff and resources.
In the face of long-term stress and uncertainty, here's what can higher ed leaders do to support their staff and students.
The behavioral intervention team (BIT) at Central Michigan University (CMU), called the Care Team, wanted to formalize their responsibilities to increase efficacy and reach to students in need of mental health support services.
Use this tool to develop a prescriptive mechanism to connect students with low-risk mental health needs with self-serve resources.
Use this guide and downloadable template to build out a comprehensive mental health stepped care model for your institution.
Use our template as input into your emotional support animal policy development process or update an existing ESA policy.
Clinical time is an extremely valuable resource, so students and institutions will be well-served to ensure that time is used most efficiently. View this Roadmap for strategies on how to maximize counseling center operations and efficiency.
COVID-19 and the long-overdue racial reckoning in the U.S. have brought mental health to the top of university priority lists and shifted how leaders approach campus well-being. Here are three critical realizations we’ve identified that sparked a transformation in the way campus leaders are addressing mental health.