Resources to Identify, Approach and Refer Students Who May be At Risk for Safety

Click here to access UNC Charlotte’s Suicide Prevention Presentation: The Role of Faculty and Staff in Responding to Students in Distress

Here is the link to both Kognito trainings (simply select the course in which you’d like to enroll):

Faculty and staff are encouraged to use this interactive online training simulation to help them learn to identify, approach and refer students who may be at risk for safety and other concerns.

Enrollment Key for Faculty/Staff: uncc89
NOTE: This key is the same for the general and LGBTQ-specific faculty/staff trainings.

Enrollment Key for Students: unccharlotte

Faculty are encouraged to assign the Student Module as a homework or extra credit assignment for classes.

Click here to access a guide for faculty who want to facilitate classroom discussion with students after they’ve completed the module.

The Center for Integrated Care

The Center for Integrated Care (CIC) is a one-stop shop for referral and linkage to wellbeing resources both on and off campus. CIC is a front-facing clinical case management department providing coordination of care and continuity of care services, and follow-up for students. CIC provides outreach and programming to encourage and provide more access to care for students who may be ambivalent, unsure, or do not have the desire to seek more formal wellness services. In addition, CIC serves as a triage department for faculty and staff to refer students who may not be experiencing crisis but instead may need clinical guidance and direction. Currently, CIC is housed in the Price Center for Counseling and Psychological Services building, occupying a dedicated corridor of offices.

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