What services does UC Davis have for students with mental health problems?
Student Health and Counseling 快2彩票 (SHCS) offers confidential and free assessment, intervention and referral for students, and consultation and crisis response for employees, students and parents. Other programs — including new faculty orientation, conferences and workshops — provide guidance in identifying and responding to distressed or distressing students.
What mental health services are available for students outside regular business hours?
After-hours counseling services consultations are available to UC Davis students or others (e.g., friends, family members, staff, faculty) concerned about a UC Davis student for psychological crisis assessment, consultation and intervention during evening and weekend hours and on holidays when Counseling 快2彩票 is closed. Those seeking this service can call 530-752-2349 and follow the automated menu (press #1 then #5) for assistance connecting with a live counselor.
Where can faculty and staff find resources to help a distressed student?
UC Davis’ acts as a quick-reference guide that faculty and staff can use during interactions with students who display distress or distressing behavior. The Red Folder lists emergency and non-emergency contact information as well as specialized resources for a variety of scenarios. The goal of the guide is to promote safe, sensitive and collaborative responses to support students in crisis.
What does UC Davis do in the case of a student death?
UC Davis has guidelines that emphasize family, student and community support in the case of a sudden student death. The plan, called “Postvention,” aims to provide sensitive support and communication to students, family, and the campus community at large in a way that limits the risk of additional events like suicides. UC Davis provides staff and faculty with resources and recommendations to aid them in communicating with students throughout their grieving process. Our guidelines address the availability and coordination of memorial services and counseling for friends and family, and they outline how academic accommodations can be made for grieving students.
What kinds of counseling services are available to employees?
The Academic and Staff Assistance Program (ASAP) offers confidential and free assessment, counseling, consultation and referral services to all UC Davis and UC Davis Health faculty, staff and families. The assistance program helps with problems whether they are work-related or personal, administrative or individual, or career or relationship focused.
When additional resources are needed, we can link you to appropriate services in your community. If you are concerned about a friend, colleague, co-worker, subordinate or work group, we can help you. Our goal is to help at the earliest possible moment.
How does UC Davis deal with students or employees whose problems might get out of hand?
At UC Davis, the Student Crisis Response Team provides immediate and comprehensive response to situations that involve disruption, intimidation or violence. The team develops and implements strategic interventions and helps manage ongoing problems. Related services include the Center for Advocacy Resources and Education (CARE) and workplace violence information and resources.