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campus awareness response evaluation of distressed students

Campus Awareness, Response, & Evaluation of Distressed Students

The CARE Support Network

Division of Student Affairs

Division of Public Safety

the care team c ampus a wareness r esponse e valuation
The CARE TeamCampus Awareness Response Evaluation

The CARE Team:

  • assesses, & responds to concerns, threats, or events affecting the rights & safety of students & the GRU community
  • meets weekly to review CARE reports, the need for intervention, & monitor cases
  • may convene when a crisis occurs that requires immediate intervention
our responsibility awareness
Our Responsibility- Awareness
  • Everyone should be aware of the signs of Distressed Students:
    • Excessive nervousness, tension or emotions
    • Lack of energy, falling asleep in class, listlessness
    • Excessive absences or withdrawal & isolation
    • Notable changes in hygiene, appearance, & weight
    • Significant decline in quality of class work
    • Bizarre and situation-inappropriate behavior
    • Aggressive behavior including threats to others
    • Expressions of suicide or intent to harm others
our responsibility action
Our Responsibility- Action
  • Everyone should act appropriately to help Distressed Students:
  • IMMEDIATE INTERVENTION- call 911 for a medical emergency and then call Public Safety 706-721-2911
    • When a crisis or dramatic event requires an immediate response to prevent or intervene in threats to life or safety
  • SUBMIT A CARE REPORT / TELL SOMEONE –

When early, subtle, but obvious signs of stress are exhibited

- http://gru.edu/grucares

  • REFER FOR HELP / SUPPORT & SUBMIT A CARE REPORT-

When chronic, or multiple, or obvious signs of stress are noticed

    • Counseling 706-737-1471
    • Student Health 706-721-3448
    • Dean of Students Office 706-737-1411
after hours weekend assistance
After Hours / Weekend Assistance
  • Urgent / Emergency Safety or Medical needs
    • GRU Public Safety: Dial 706-721-2911
    • Augusta-Richmond County 911 Center: Dial 911
    • GRU Emergency Services: Dial 706-721-CARE (2273)
  • Urgent Counseling needs- 24-hr Hotline Services
    • Georgia Crisis & Access line – 800-715-4225

- http://www.gru.edu/admin/counseling/referraguide2013.pdf

  • Continued Monitoring - CARE Reports
    • Accurate/precise contact info is required for response
see someone tell someone
SEE SOMEONETELL SOMEONE

If you or someone you know is in a distressing situation, support is available.

GRU CARES.

http://gru.edu/grucares

care team core members
CARE Team Core Members
  • Vice President for Student Affairs
    • Dr. Mark Allen Poisel (706-737-1411)
  • Associate Vice President for Student Affairs
    • Dr. Kevin Frazier (706-721-0955)
  • Assistant Dean of Students (Student Affairs)
    • Ms. Gina Thurman (706-737-1411)
  • Director of Counseling Services
    • Dr. Robert Mays (706-737-1471)
  • Medical Director of Student Health
    • Dr. Chad Asplund (706-721-3448)
  • Public Safety Representative
    • Captain Ted McNeal (706-667-4114)
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