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Crisis Line

The Chancellor's Office, in partnership with the Foundation for California Community Colleges, is currently working with the Crisis Text Line, a national organization that facilitates text-based mental health support. The goal of the collaboration is to implement a Crisis Text Line service specifically targeting California community college students.

Crisis Text Line tool kits will be distributed to various campus departments including health centers, mental health centers, and Veteran Resource Centers. Tool kits will be distributed to all colleges, including those not hosting one of the centers listed above. The tool kits may, in some instances, be distributed directly to the Chief Student Service Officers. The tool kits will include extensive outreach collateral materials to be displayed at multiple locations throughout each of the 113 CCC. The outreach materials are designed to inform students about the Crisis Text Line services, and instructs the students to text the word "courage" to a designated number. Students accessing the text service will be able to receive immediate and ongoing support from trained Crisis Text Line counselors, available 24/7. Additional information about the Crisis Text Line service is available at http://www.crisistextline.org/.