Resources for students and employees
Tell Someone is a resource for those concerned about a student or an employee’s mental health and safety.
Sexual Assault Victim Assistance Team assists Colorado State University students and any family or friends who have been sexually assaulted on or off campus; and staff, faculty, or visitors who have been sexually assaulted on campus.
Rams Against Hunger services that support students, faculty and staff experiencing food insecurity.
Resources for students
CSU Health Network provides a wide range of mental health and well-being support resources for students, including 24/7 online resources, groups, skill-building workshops, multicultural counseling and more.
Student Case Management focuses on minimizing the impact of an incident or a student’s behaviors on her/himself, faculty and staff, other students, as well as their academic career and balancing a student’s individual needs with those of the CSU community.
ULifeLine is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, focused mental health and suicide prevention.