Two Innovative Student Mental Health Programs

Faculty and staff are often the first people to recognize studentsí mental health issues and therefore are well-positioned to provide referrals to mental health services. However, they may feel underprepared or unqualified, or that itís not part of their jobs to serve in this role. In addition, some students are reluctant to get counseling. To address these issues, Cornell University has developed two programs: Community Counseling and Intervention (CCI) and Letís Talk.

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