Supporting the Well-Being of our University Community

Dear Ram Community,

Rams take care of Rams is a phrase that has been embraced by our community, especially during the ongoing challenges of living, learning and working in a global pandemic. It reflects our collective values and defines us as a community committed to supporting the health and well-being of ourselves and each other.

Now more than ever, we must remember that seeking help is a sign of strength. If you are in need of support, please reach out. If you know someone – a student, colleague or friend – who could benefit from support, please encourage them to connect with these resources.

Tell Someone – If you are concerned about safety or mental health – your own or someone else’s, please call (970) 491-1350 or complete the online referral form. If you believe someone is at risk of immediate harm, call 911.

Resources for students:

Resources for faculty and staff:

  • Employee Assistance Program, (970) 491-3437, offers crisis services, community health support options, confidential counseling, and assistance answering financial and legal questions.
  • CSU Human Resources, (970) 491-MyHR (6947), can answer questions about benefits, child and dependent care, and leave policies and resources.
  • CARE Program connects and refers employees to both university and community health and social resources.
  • Commitment to Campus (C2C) provides a broad range of programs, discounts, and special benefits available to employees, including wellness benefits.
  • CSU Center for Mindfulness offers resources, a reflection space, and mindfulness events and exercises.
  • CSU Talent Development offers well-being trainings.
  • SilverCloud online modules are self-guided and available online 24/7 for issues like stress, anxiety, sleep, depression, and more.
  • Well-Being in Academic Environments Toolkit helps faculty and staff infuse well-being practices into teaching and other work with students.

Thank you for all you do to support yourselves and each other. Rams take care of Rams.


Office of Provost and Executive Vice President
Office of Vice President for Student Affairs
Office of Vice President of Human Resources
CSU Health Network