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Faculty and Staff
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- Information about comprehensive mental health resources for students
- YOU@CSU: online 24/7 student success tool including COVID-19 related resources to help students adapt to an ever-changing world while physically distancing and learning online. New content is added regularly.
- SilverCloud Health: free online modules based on cognitive behavioral therapy, to improve well-being and manage anxiety and depression, improve sleep or boost body image.
- Counseling Services: CSU students have access to a wide range of mental health support resources at no additional cost (covered by student fees). All Counseling Services are currently provided by phone or secure videoconference. Services can be accessed 24/7 by calling (970) 491-6053. Learn more about what to expect at a Counseling Services appointment
- Multicultural Counseling Services – Designed for students who have been historically underrepresented and aims to reduce barriers to access and navigate Counseling Services.
- Theme Groups: Theme therapy groups help students connect with others who share common experiences, identities and concerns.
- Psychiatry Services and Medication Management – Specialized psychiatry clinicians and experienced primary care providers provide initial diagnostic evaluations and ongoing medication management for a wide range of mental illnesses.
- The Keep Engaging website has additional health and well-being resources for students, including food and financial support.
- Employee Assistance Program: offers free counseling resources in the community to CSU employees, along with access to additional services such as legal advice, information about elder care options, etc., (970) 491-3437
- CSU Human Resources: (970) 491-MyHR (6947)
- CARE Program: provides CSU employees with information about, and referrals to, agencies and organizations in Northern Colorado who provide low-cost or no-cost services including physical and mental healthcare; food, clothing and other household necessities; dependent care and elder care; services for the disabled; housing, including emergency food and shelter; education; transportation; pets; and other support services
- Commitment to Campus
- CSU Center for Mindfulness
- Well-being trainings offered by CSU Talent Development
- SilverCloud Health: online cognitive behavioral therapy modules are now available for CSU employees.