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Student Mental Health Resources

Student Mental Health Resources

Students with mental health conditions can be contributing participants to the classroom and educational activities, as any other student. To promote awareness and understanding of students with mental health needs, DSPS collaborated with colleagues at Riverside County Department of Mental Health - Prevention and Early Intervention, as well as MSJC General Counseling and Veteran Services to present at the MSJC Fall 2012 Academy. The following resources are shared to extend this opportunity to those who were unable to attend, as well as serve as a basis of resources for those who participated.

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- The information portrayed on the Internet and media are not always accruate. Information presented represents best practice information among mental health professionals.

Symptoms and Diagnostic PPT 08.15.12.pptxSymptoms and Diagnostic PPT 08.15.12.pptx

- Some of the more common symptoms and criteria used in diagnosing people with mental health conditions.

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- Recommendations for when to pick up the phone, when to get others involved.

Veterans Students PPT 08.15.12.pptxVeterans Students PPT 08.15.12.pptx

-Returning Veterans can have mental health conditions that present educational functional limitations in the classroom. Information presented includes statistics and a graphic video, made by a student Veteran who experiences Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

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-Information focuses on resources located and available within the Inland Empire area.