Dr. Gari Browning, Ohlone College President, introduces the Crisis Intervention Handbook
Preventing crises and keeping our community safe in the event of one is a top priority of Ohlone College. This handbook, designed for faculty, staff, and administrators, provides valuable information in recognizing a potential crisis, and what to do about it, addressing situations such as who should be contacted when a student:
- Poses as an immediate threat to themselves or others
- Writes unusual statements
- Is a victim of violence, stalking or intimidation
Please familiarize yourself with it and discuss it with your colleagues to help promote a safe environment for everyone.
Click here to download the Ohlone College Crisis Intervention Handbook.
Click here to download a “red folder” — an abbreviated list of resources and crisis protocols.
Click here to download a matrix of various possible emergency situations and whom to contact.
Click here to download a matrix on examples of disruptive, troubling, or threatening student behavior and how to intervene.
Other crisis support services for your Ohlone students:
- Student Health Center (Appointment Line) (510) 659-6258
- Rosemary O’Neill — Coordinator of Personal Counseling (510) 659-6258
- Alameda County Crisis Support Services (800) 309-2131
- (Local, county 24 hour crisis support)
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-8255
- (24 hour suicide hotline)