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Mild Distress, Concerning Behaviors

Behaviors: Academic deterioration, decline in appearance or change in affect, more withdrawn, “something not right.

Response: If able, speak directly to the individual privately and confidentially.  Express concern.  Refer to resources as appropriate.

Consulting Resources

Confidential Peer Assistance Program

Disability Resource Center
612-626-1333

Mental Health Resources

Boynton Mental Health Clinic
612-624-1444

Student Counseling Services
612-624-3323

Medical Student Wellbeing

Academic Resources

Financial Aid Office
Kristin Basballe, parrx008@umn.edu, 612-624-7675

Minority Affairs
Mary Tate, tatex001@umn.edu, 612-625-1494

Faculty Advisors

Office of Learner Development
Scott Slattery, slatt008@umn.edu, 612-626-7196

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Michael Kim, mikekim@umn.edu, 612-625-5180

Moderate/Significant Distress

Behaviors: Extreme disorganization, expressions of violence or hopelessness, disproportionate responses, aggressive comments, noticeable bruising, smell of alcohol.

Response: Speak directly to the individual privately and confidentially.  Express concern.  Contact appropriate resource.

Additional Resources

Student Conflict Resolution Center
612-624-7272

Aurora Center
Sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking
612-626-9111

And then contact:

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Michael Kim, mikekim@umn.edu, 612-625-5180

Severe Distress/Crisis

Behaviors: Highly disruptive behaviors, stalking, threatening communications, suicidal thoughts.

Response: Speak directly to the individual privately and confidentially. Express concern. Contact appropriate resource.

Additional Resources

Police/911

Behavioral consult team
612-626-3030

Crisis Connection
612-301-4673
UofM Textline: Text “UMN” to 61222

Other crisis contacts

And then contact:

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Michael Kim, mikekim@umn.edu, 612-625-5180

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