Schedule to meet with a member of our team

We collaborate with campus and community partners to provide non-clinical, critical incident intervention to support the safety, health, and well-being of students experiencing personal hardships and/or health-related concerns or emergencies including, but not limited to:

  • Medical emergencies
  • Mental health concerns/emergencies
  • Hospitalization
  • Family emergencies
  • Insecurity of basic needs
  • Death or loss 
  • Unexpected challenges impacting academic success

What our work looks like:

    • Individualized support to students navigating university resources and policies
    • Campus public health support in natural disasters, pandemics, and other large-scale disruptive events
    • Case management for student of concern reports and the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)