Mental Health Crisis Support Efforts
Between July 1 – Dec 31, 2017
Reports of Crisis & Concern
141 Students identified to be in crisis received high-level consultation and coordinated crisis responses.
Intervention and Support
15,865 student appointments in CSU Health Network Counseling Services
9,452 students and staff supported through Counseling Services, Student Case Management, Spiritual Care Services, Office of Ombuds and Employee Assistance Program
6800+ visits to YOU@CSU student success portal
3911 students engaged or invited to participate in early screening for mental health related concerns through Interactive Screening Program and other online screening tools.
1187 students, staff and faculty participated in training (in-person or online) about how to support distressed individuals
334 residence life and apartment life staff received more than 43 hours of training on mental health related topics.
Mental Health Crisis Support Efforts for Faculty and Staff
From July 1 – Dec 31, 2017
Intervention, Support and Training
485 staff and faculty supported through the Office of Ombuds and Employee Assistance Program
376 staff and faculty participated in training (in-person or online) about how to support distressed individuals
For more information about how to get connected to support services on campus, visit safety.colostate.edu/support-and-counseling-services