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Campus Support Resources INTRA-CULTURAL SUPPORT

Asian Pacific American Student Services (APASS) (STU 410)

PASTORAL CARE

Office of Religious Life UPC (URC 106) HSC (McKibben Hall 160)

DISABILITY AND ACCOMMODATION

Disability Services and Programs

Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA) (STU 415)

(213) 740-6110 orl@usc.edu

(213) 740-4999 apass@usc.edu

(213) 740-8257 cbcsa@usc.edu

La CASA Latinx Chicanx Center (STU 402)

(213) 740-1480 lacasa@usc.edu

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Resource Center (LGBTRC) (STU 202B)

(213) 740-7619 lgbt@usc.edu

(GFS 120) (213) 740-0076 ability@usc.edu

MEDICAL, COUNSELING, SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVOR CARE (24/7)

USC Student Health Medical/Counseling and Mental Health/Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention and Services available 24/7.

(213) 740-9355/WELL

USC CAMPUS SUPPORT

Campus Support and Intervention is a one-stop shop for care and support, troubleshooting and advocacy. They assist students, faculty and staff in navigating complex issues, understanding options and connecting to resources. This includes Trojans Care 4 Trojans (bit.ly/tc4t), a way to inform CSI if you are concerned about a fellow Trojan.

(213) 740-0411 uscsupport@usc.edu Trojan Food Pantry (PKS 135)

pantry@usc.edu

USC Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity provides academic support services for students with diverse learning needs. (STU 311)

(213) 740-7884 kortschakcenter@usc.edu

Veterans Resource Center (TCC 330)

(213) 821-6028 vrc@usc.edu

Ask Ari is an interactive online resource to help connect students to helpful wellbeing and self-care campus resources, videos, guided information, and more.

USC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE (24/7)

The Department of Public Safety can conduct welfare checks, transport students to care in the event of illness or injury, and respond to any campus emergency.

UPC (213) 740-4321 HSC (323) 442-1000

NATIONAL NONPROFIT/ GOVERNMENT RESOURCE LINKS

The Jed Foundation Mental Health Resource Center

bit.ly/jedresources

RAINN Warning signs that a college-age adult may have been sexually assaulted or abused

bit.ly/rainnwarningsigns Find Treatment From the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

findtreatment.gov

askari.usc.edu/#/intro

Supporting Student Well-being

In addition, connecting students to campus resources helps us create a culture of care. Well-being is essential if everyone in our university is to thrive, and so everyone plays an important role to engage, connect and create community. There is no expectation for faculty and staff to master the role of a mental health professional, but we know that many of you care deeply about the well-being of our students and express a strong desire to know what to do when encountering a student in need.

For faculty and staff who provide guidance, mentoring, support and assistance to USC students.

Your influence shapes much of our students’ experiences at the university. Many have asked for guidance on how to respond when students express the need for emotional or mental health support in our campus community. This guide is intended to help you gain a better understanding of how you might respond in these moments.

Supporting Student Well-being


Campus Support Resources INTRA-CULTURAL SUPPORT

Asian Pacific American Student Services (APASS) (STU 410)

PASTORAL CARE

Office of Religious Life UPC (URC 106) HSC (McKibben Hall 160)

(213) 740-4999 apass@usc.edu

(213) 740-6110 orl@usc.edu

Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA) (STU 415)

DISABILITY AND ACCOMMODATION

(213) 740-8257 cbcsa@usc.edu

La CASA Latinx Chicanx Center (STU 402)

(213) 740-1480 lacasa@usc.edu

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Resource Center (LGBTRC) (STU 202B)

(213) 740-7619 lgbt@usc.edu

Disability Services and Programs

(GFS 120) (213) 740-0076 ability@usc.edu

MEDICAL, COUNSELING, SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVOR CARE (24/7)

USC Student Health Medical/Counseling and Mental Health/Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention and Services available 24/7.

(213) 740-9355/WELL

Veterans Resource Center (TCC 330)

(213) 821-6028 vrc@usc.edu

USC CAMPUS SUPPORT

Campus Support and Intervention is a one-stop shop for care and support, troubleshooting and advocacy. They assist students, faculty and staff in navigating complex issues, understanding options and connecting to resources. This includes Trojans Care 4 Trojans (bit.ly/tc4t), a way to inform CSI if you are concerned about a fellow Trojan.

(213) 740-0411 uscsupport@usc.edu Trojan Food Pantry (PKS 135)

pantry@usc.edu

USC Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity provides academic support services for students with diverse learning needs. (STU 311)

(213) 740-7884 kortschakcenter@usc.edu

Ask Ari is an interactive online resource to help connect students to helpful wellbeing and self-care campus resources, videos, guided information, and more.

USC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE (24/7)

The Department of Public Safety can conduct welfare checks, transport students to care in the event of illness or injury, and respond to any campus emergency.

UPC (213) 740-4321 HSC (323) 442-1000

NATIONAL NONPROFIT/ GOVERNMENT RESOURCE LINKS

The Jed Foundation Mental Health Resource Center

bit.ly/jedresources

RAINN Warning signs that a college-age adult may have been sexually assaulted or abused

bit.ly/rainnwarningsigns Find Treatment From the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

findtreatment.gov

askari.usc.edu/#/intro

Supporting Student Well-being

In addition, connecting students to campus resources helps us create a culture of care. Well-being is essential if everyone in our university is to thrive, and so everyone plays an important role to engage, connect and create community. There is no expectation for faculty and staff to master the role of a mental health professional, but we know that many of you care deeply about the well-being of our students and express a strong desire to know what to do when encountering a student in need.

For faculty and staff who provide guidance, mentoring, support and assistance to USC students.

Your influence shapes much of our students’ experiences at the university. Many have asked for guidance on how to respond when students express the need for emotional or mental health support in our campus community. This guide is intended to help you gain a better understanding of how you might respond in these moments.

Supporting Student Well-being

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A guide for supporting student well-being for faculty and staff at the University of Southern California. February 2020.

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