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Resource: How To Talk to Kids About Violent Events With Widespread Media Coverage

This brief tutorial about talking with children about violence is provided by ComPsych.

Contact Us

  • Email: jan.pierce@colostate.edu
  • Phone: (970) 491-3437
  • Address: 555 S. Howes Street
    Fort Collins, CO 80521
  • ComPsych: 800-497-9133

The Employee Assistance Program Program is committed to providing equitable and supportive access to wellness resources for CSU employees in 3 ways:

 

The on-site Employee Assistance Coordinator offers needs assessment and referrals, management consultation, outreach to employees who may be struggling, and departmental support after impactful events or loss within a community. The Employee Assistance Program coordinator is also engaged in broader efforts to increase employee well-being across campus. Please contact our Employee Assistance Coordinator for help or more information.

ComPsych [800-497-9133] provides no-cost, confidential assistance to help address the personal issues faced by employees (faculty, staff, non-student hourly, graduate assistants) and members of their household. Staffed by 24/7 experienced clinicians, ComPsych will refer employees to a local or telehealth, licensed psychotherapist, answer legal or financial questions, or refer you to experts in the community.

  • SilverCloud is a free online, self directed program based on cognitive behavioral therapy principles designed to help users increase their well-being. 
  • A great resource to supplement traditional therapy or to use while waiting to get in with a therapist.
  • Available to all to CSU employees with EID sign-in.
  • Now available in Spanish!
  • Modules include help with depression, anxiety, chronic pain and many more…

Crisis Services

  • Crisis Support: if you or someone you know is having thoughts of harming self or others
    • SummitStone
      1217 Riverside Ave
      Fort Collins, CO 80524
      970-494-4200 (24/7 phone, walk-ins 8am-12pm)
    • National Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255
    • Go to your local Emergency Department

Community Mental Health

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Community Resources Program

The CARE program provides CSU employees with information about, and referrals to, agencies, programs and/or organizations in Northern Colorado who provide low-cost or no-cost services.

 
 

State of Colorado Employee Assistance Program

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