Resources

“People collaborate when the job they face is too big, is too urgent, or requires too much knowledge for one person or group to do alone” (Martin & Murphy, 2000). Meeting the mental health needs of our students is definitely not a one organization job. We rely heavily on our collaborative partnerships in the community and leaders in mental health education for resources and information on best and promising practices most relevant to our diverse students. Please take a moment to browse through our most utilized resources and promising collaborations.

   

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Mental Health Organizations

Active Minds

American College Health Association

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP)

American Psychological Association

Didi Hirsch

Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC)

Half of Us

The JED Foundation

The Journal of American College Health

Love is Louder

MentalHealth.gov

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

ULifeline

 

Higher Education Student Mental Health Partners

California State University Office of the Chancellor (CSU)

California Community College Student Mental Health Program (CCC)

Map of Higher Ed partners (PDF) *Courtesy of CSU Office of the Chancellor

 

K – 12 Student Mental Health Partners

California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA)

California Department of Education (CDE)

County Mental Health Partners

Alameda County Behavioral Health Services

Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health

Merced County Mental Health

Orange County Mental Health

Riverside County Mental Health

San Diego County Mental Health

San Francisco Community Behavioral Health

County of Santa Barbara Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services

Santa Cruz County Mental Health

Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County 

Other Resources 

Drug Watch 

Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students 

Postvention: A Guide for Response to Suicide on College Campuses

American Psychiatric Association Telepsychiatry Toolkit