Student Mental Health: Care-Options-Support
The Well Mental Health Services
Student Well-Being Peer Health Coaching : Non clinical, non-medical 30 minute peer coaching sessions -Undergraduate and Graduate Students)
Practicing Positive Coping Skills
It is ok to let yourself feel emotions. Whether you're feeling lonely, nervous, sad, or angry, emotion-focused coping skills can help you deal with your feelings in a healthy way.
Examples of Stress Management Techniques include:
- Taking Breaks
- Getting enough sleep
- Listening to music
- Practicing Self Care
How do you get to The Well? Check this out:
The following departments provide support to students in different areas of wellbeing, safety, and support
UCR Graduate Division
Mental Health Counseling, Case Management, and LiveHealth
How to get to Case Management
- Student Health Services
Students in Crisis
For a quick guide on supporting students in crisis consult the Red Folder. If this is a life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest hospital emergency room.
Kognito and Cultivating Communities: Free Online Simulations
Be There for Students in Crisis Take the 30-minute “At-Risk” online simulation. Increase your knowledge and awareness of mental health and suicide. Learn how to talk with a student who may be in distress. Connect a student with mental health resources.
Cultivating Inclusive Communities for Faculty & Staff
Cultivating Inclusive Communities is an interactive role-play simulation that enables students, faculty and other members of the college or university to have courageous conversations which foster an inclusive campus community.