As an employee, co-worker, friend, family member, neighbor, and human being, chances are there'll be a time when you or someone you know will need help getting through a rough patch. We hope that these tools, developed by our Counseling faculty, can help you learn more about recognizing, approaching, and referring folks in crisis. If you ever have questions, contact your Campus' Counseling & Psychological Services center where a licensed professional will consult with you to provide appropriate information and resources.
As a faculty member, we hope you find these links helpful. You might have concerns about a student's behavior and/or writing, and you are encouraged to submit a report. We also recommend you take a look at the "Concerned About a Student's Writing?" piece. You may want to teach more suicide prevention information in your classroom, but not know where to start. Below, you'll find a four-minute video that can kick off a classroom activity utilizing the Help Is Here Website, Mobile App, and/or Student Resource Guide. Simply select the video below these buttons, play in/share with class, then assign any or all of the activities. You can make a difference!