A Message of Solidarity on behalf of CAPS & Confidential Advocacy
Support and resources for coping with the impact of racial stress and trauma
Support and resources on Anti-Racism and Allyship
Support for coping with the stress and impact of the coronavirus pandemic
If you or someone else is considering suicide, get help IMMEDIATELY. Please visit our Suicide Prevention page to learn how. The most important thing friends and family can do to help an individual who is depressed or having thoughts of suicide is to help this person receive the appropriate treatment.
The current environment may be particularly challenging to some of our LGBTQIA+ students who have had to move home with family who do not support, or do not know, their identities. Please know that you are not alone and there are many avenues for support.
Tools you can use to help with stress management, including guided meditations and daily self-care suggestions.
How to find an off-campus therapist, community services and resources available in addition to CAPS services.
The Confidential Advocate provides support, victim outreach, coordination of support services, problem-solving, and assistance with decision-making to SSU students who are impacted by sexual assault, interpersonal violence or abuse, or sexual harassment. For Confidential Advocacy support, please call: 707-664-2698 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail contact preferred).
Resources for food, emergency housing, emergency grants and more to support SSU students.