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1 Campus Based Grants Student Mental Health Program Campus Based Grants Prevention & Early Intervention Best Practices

2 CCC Student Mental Health Program 4 main components: –Campus Based Grantees –Statewide Technical Assistance & Training –Suicide Prevention Training –Program Evaluation Partnership between CCC Chancellor’s Office & the Foundation for California Community Colleges

3 Increase capacity to address the mental health prevention and early intervention needs of students.

4 Grantee Accomplishments

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7 Education, Training & Resource Development

8 Health Awareness Outreach August 2012 – Kognito At-Risk Online Training Initiated (3 modules) April 2013 – Completion Rates after three major campaigns: At-Risk Friends/Student Module 415 At-Risk Faculty/Staff Module 61 At-Risk Veteran’s Module 13

9 Health Awareness Outreach Fall 2013 – Three new training modules released: LGBTQ for Faculty & Staff (38) LGBTQ for Students (59) Veterans Peer-to-Peer (11)

10 College-Wide Events: October 2012 – Depression Screening Day (13) October 2012 – “Wong Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” presentation (70) December 2012 – QPR Training at SJCC (50) January 2013 – All College Day Civility Workshop (80) February 2013 – NAMI “In Our Own Voice” (175) April 2013 – Wheel of Wellness Event (60) May 2013 – National College Health Assessment (559) October 2013 – Send Silence Packing (1,500+) Coming April 2014 – Wheel of Wellness Returns! Health Awareness Outreach

11 August 2012 – All College Day Suicide Prevention Training (60) August 2013 – All College Day Mental Health Showcase (100) January 2014 – All College Day Bingo Bonanza (117) All College Day Annual Health Services Awareness Event:

12 Associated Student Organization (ASO); Health & Wellness Subcommittee Kognito At-Risk Modules – Promoted by Students Focus Groups – Student Veterans; Puente Students; SUCCESS Students NAMI on Campus Club – initiated/run by students Peer Resource Development

13 Behavioral Assessment & Intervention Plan Development

14 MHSAC Weekly Educational Focus Monthly Student of Concern Forum Assisting the Distressed Student Guide Mental Health Services Advisory Committee Multidisciplinary team includes: Faculty, Staff, Administrators, Students WVMCCD Police, and Student Support Services

15 Do you know a student of concern? Students of Concern Process Map Monthly Tracker Quarterly Summary Report Incident Report Form Behavioral Assessment And Intervention Plan

16 Integrated Clinical & Mental Health Care

17 Participated in National College Depression Partnership (NCDP) All students screened for depression during initial visit Mental Health referral initiated if indicated Home of Mental Health Graduate Internship Program Student Health Services

18 Four Graduate Interns (MSW, MFT) Co-located and supervised within Health Services Approximately 80 hours of Personal Counseling provided Graduate Projects – Focus Groups; NAMI on Campus Mental Health Graduate Internship Program “Coming to talk to you untangles these thoughts I have in my head.” – WVC Student

19 “Healing” Mental Health Graduate Internship Program

20 Formulate County Mental Health Referral Hosted Regional Strategizing Forum November 2012 Hosted Regional Strategizing Forum November 2013 Developing Warm-Hand Referral Process to County Mental Health CCCStudentMentalHealth.org

21 Building Momentum into the Future Institutional Commitment to Embrace a Campus Culture of Student Mental Health Support

22 Building Momentum into the Future Institutional Commitment to Embrace a Campus Culture of Student Mental Health Support Mental Health Services Advisory Committee Behavioral Assessment and Intervention Plan Graduate Intern Program Student Health Services Sustainability of:

23 Building Momentum into the Future Institutional Commitment to Embrace a Campus Culture of Student Mental Health Support

24 Veteran’s Drop Zone Orange Coast College ~ Sylvia Worden

25 25 OCC Veteran’s Drop Zone

26 County Mental Health Services for Student Vets MOU with Orange County Mental Health Advisory Council: both agencies Office provided by OCC –Adjacent to Veterans Services in Registration PR decision-making by OCC

27 Mental Health Peer Ambassador Program Riverside College ~ Doug Figueroa

28 What is a Mental Health Ambassador? Mental Health Ambassadors : o Dedicate time to raise awareness about the importance of mental health. o Educate peers on how to engage in a positive conversation about mental health. o Promote the resources that are available for you to improve your quality of life.

29 HOW?  Reach  Connect  Empower

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31 Results…  10 Ambassadors  Over 3,000 peer to peer conversations  Over 2,000 hours volunteered  Over 20 campus events  Trained almost 400 students in Kognito and QPR  Increased counseling appointments by over 200%  Had a lot of fun!

32 Where do we go from here?  Student Mental Health Advisory Council  A non-profit organization that was founded to ensure that each California Community College has a peer network that connects students with administration and psychological services.  Will be officially rolling out on March 29 th at the 2014 Southern Regional Student Leadership Conference & Regional Mental Health Strategizing Forum at Riverside City College.

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34 At-Risk Suicide Prevention Online Trainings, LA Pierce College ~ Elizabeth Benne

35 Largest Consortium in state of California 1.L.A. Harbor College, lead 2.L.A. City College 3.L.A. Mission College 4.L.A. Pierce College 5.L.A. Southwest College 6.L.A. Trade Tech College

36 Training for faculty, staff, administration, and students Student peer-to-peer activities (Active Minds, NAMI, Veterans, LGTBQ) College student mental health research through ACHA Up to date resources with referral protocols Kognito interactive web-based customized suicide prevention training

37 for Faculty & Staff At-Risk Veterans on Campus LGBTQ on Campus for Students

38 Tops for Veterans on Campus and At-Risk for Students 1,026 learners through 2013 Health educators (CSUN interns) do classroom presentations Incentive: faculty offer extra credit to students for completion Faculty and Staff Trained 784 Students Trained

39 Culture Stakeholder support Administrative/Departmental mandate Communication In person (classroom/meeting presentations) s Website Opportunities Flex Day or Orientation training (with computer lab) In lieu of department meeting Cross-promotion, Raise overall awareness Incentives Professional development credit Extra credit (for students) Raffle Gift cards 39

40 Jeane Erlenborn, MPH – Health Promotion Specialist, Santa Rosa Junior College PEERS COALITION: COLLABORATION AND INTEGRATION

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42 P eople E mpowering E ach other to R ealize S uccess

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44 PEERS YouTube Video Antonio Jacobo – PEERS Intern – Campus Correspondent

45 Send Silence Packing estimated 4,500 contacts

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52 SRJC as a Source of Information

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