There are 4 primary ways in which CAPS systemically partners with others on campus to provide leadership for student mental health.
The purpose of these partnerships is to personally connect with units across campus, serve as consultants and referral sources to individuals who are seeking advice regarding a student in need of CAPS services, and to regularly share general information about student mental health.
I. Embedded Model
II. Specialized Consultant Model
III. Liaison Program
IV. Key Group Efforts
CAPS currently has several partnerships across campus. These can be found on our "Meet Our Staff" page.
Benefit of CAPS Campus Wide Partnerships
- CAPS becomes more personal (face to face contact)
- Sharing of mental health data
- Receiving CAPS information on a regular basis throughout the year with tailored messages and information
- CAPS staff understanding particular issues facing students in the school/college/unit or in certain communities
- Introducing student mental health perspectives to relevant unit issues
- CAPS staff being an ally and advocate for your School/College/Unit
- Academic staff knowing resources and how to make appropriate referrals
Benefits for students
- Students in your School/College/Unit will be more aware and up to date with services offered by CAPS and other mental health resources
- Total CAPS staff, via the liaison, will be better able to provide service with increased knowledge of student’s School/College/Unit, of relevant particular issues, etc.