December 10, 2014
A message from Counseling Services
Kansas State University Counseling Services reminds students, faculty and staff of support resources. We recognize recent national events affect the degree of emotional, psychological and physical safety experienced by individuals on our campus and within the community. Counseling Services' mission focuses on creating a safe and affirming climate for all individuals.
We encourage you to seek safe people and spaces to identify and process your reactions. We want you to know that we are available as a resource for you, and we are dedicated to helping foster a climate that is safe for all students on campus and within the community. There are several on-campus and national resources available:
- K-State's Office of Diversity
- Black Student Union
- LGBT Resource Center
- Office of Student Life
- Office of Institutional Equity
- Disaster Distress Helpline, 1-800-985-5990
A 24/7 resource aimed at providing crisis counseling to individuals affected by recent events in Ferguson.
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration — Tips for Survivors PDF and Coping with Grief After Community Violence PDF
- American Psychological Association Division 17
Resources includes information related to the recent events in Ferguson, including facilitating discussions, prevention and training, activism and resiliency.