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.

Resources for employees

Employee Assistance Program helps employees and members of their households with personal issues through no-cost counseling services as well as legal and financial planning resources.

CSU Human Resources can answer questions about leave, benefits and other wellness concerns.

CSU Talent Development offers well-being trainings for employees.

CARE Program provides information and connection to low- or no-cost services

Commitment to Campus  offers a wide range of programs, discounts, and special benefits available to CSU faculty and staff. These opportunities include opportunities that promote employee health, wellness, and personal advancement.

CSU Center for Mindfulness works intentionally and collectively to create conditions that inspire personal and community transformation leading to mindful communities and fostering socially conscious, compassionate, and mindful leaders.

SilverCloud online modules offer methods proven through research to improve how people feel. They are are available to CSU employees.

CSU’s Well-Being in Academic Environments Tool Kit offers easy ways to infuse wellbeing practices into your teaching and work with students.