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Network of Support

When you have identified a student in distress, it is important to know that you have a support network of campus partners ready and willing to assist you and the student with appropriate resources. The goal is to intervene before the disruptive behaviors occur to avoid impeding the success of the academic setting.

Crisis Support

Crisis ResponseContact Information
Security and Police Services(208) 426-6911
Mobile Crisis (Mental Health)(208) 334-0808
Idaho Suicide Hotline(800) 273-8255
Rape Crisis Hotline(208) 345-7273

University Network of Support

University Network of SupportContact Information
CARE TEAM(208) 426-1527
Center for Teaching and Learning(208) 426-4610
Counseling Services(208) 426-1459
Dean of Students(208) 426-1527
Office of Institutional Compliance (Title IX)(208) 426-1258
Educational Access Center (EAC)(208) 426-1583
Employee Assistance Program 1 (877) 427-2327
Gender Equity Center (GEC)(208) 426-4259
Human Resources(208) 426-1616
Medical Services(208) 426-1459
Multicultural Student Services(208) 426-5950
Provost's Office(208) 426-1202
Registrar's Office(208) 426-4249
Security and Police Services(208) 426-6911
University Housing and Residence Life(208) 447-1001
Veteran's Services (VS)(208) 426-3744
Vice President for Student Affairs(208) 426-1418
Violence Prevention and Support(208) 426-4249
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