Red Folder Resources and Training
Welcome to the Red Folder Resources page. With the assistance of many dedicated UCSD administrators, faculty, and staff, we developed our Red Folder, which includes emergency protocols, contacts, and resources to assist you in recognizing and responding to students in distress. Below is a list of our Red Folder and other resource offerings:
- Red Folder File
- All faculty and staff are encouraged to have a copy of this form for reference Download the Red Folder(PDF format). This resource includes information, contact information, and instructions on how to consult with campus administrators in working with distressed students or difficult situations.
- Mobile Red Folder
- The Mobile Red Folder is also available for your smartphone or tablet. Have all the tools of the Red Folder at your fingertips.
- Red Folder Training LIVE
- Case Management Services provides both live and online training on the Red Folder, including information on FERPA, HIPAA, and confidentiality laws. Red Folder training is available for UCSD staff and/or department. To request a presentation, please complete a Red Folder Outreach Presentation Request online or contact Dr. Monique Crandal at 858-822-2614.
- Red Folder ONLINE
- CAPS provides the Red Folder online training directly from our website. Note: this training is not linked with your UCSD Staff Education training portfolio. Your computer or device will need to support Flash video to play this online training.
- Red Folder @ STAFF ED
- UCSD Staff Education offers the online version of the Red Folder training. The content is identical to that of the live presentation. Upon completion, this training will be listed in your StaffEd training portfolio.
- Red Folder Review
- Use this one-page review, How to Help a Student in Need, for easy access for staff and faculty when needed.
- CAPS/SHS Release of Information
- The CAPS/SHS Release of Information allows communication between Case Management Services and CAPS/SHS. A student may authorize the disclosure of health information (and decide how much to disclose) to individuals and organizations other than health care providers.
- Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)
- FSAP is a free, confidential service designed to help all university employees resolve concerns that may be affecting personal well-being and/ or job performance. Individual, confidential appointments with an FSAP counselor are also available.
- Download Center
- Download CAPS forms, brochures, handouts, flyers, and relaxation audio recordings!
- Self-Help Library
- Our extensive CAPS Self-Help library.
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