Through the California Community College Student Mental Health Program (CCC SMHP), the following trainings are available to all California community colleges at no cost. To find out more about the program or to set up trainings for your California community college, visit the website, cccstudentmentalhealth.org.
This online, interactive training simulation is designed to prepare faculty and staff to: (1) recognize when a student is exhibiting signs of psychological distress, and (2) manage a conversation with the student with the goal of connecting them with the appropriate campus support service.
This course is designed to prepare learners to effectively manage potentially prejudiced classroom discussions, conduct a supportive conversation with a student who identifies as LGBTQ, and to identify when a student may be distressed and refer them to support.
This online, interactive training simulation is designed to prepare student leaders to: (1) recognize when a fellow student is exhibiting signs of psychological distress, and (2) manage a conversation with the goal of connecting them with the appropriate campus support service.
In this training student veterans learn to recognize when fellow student veterans are in distress, approach them, and refer to supportive resources. Veterans on Campus: Peer to Peer was developed with input from leading experts and student veterans.
These trainings are made available to all California community colleges through the CCC Student Mental Health Program, a partnership between the Chancellor’s Office and the Foundation for California Community Colleges funded through a grant from the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA). CalMHSA is an organization of county governments working to improve mental health outcomes for individuals, families and communities. CalMHSA administers programs funded by the voter approved Mental Health Services Act (Prop. 63) on a statewide, regional and local basis.