How to Utilize the Resource Guide

The CSAPPNH Resource Guide has been developed to assist college partners who may be seeking resources to easily locate and quickly assess the relevance or suitability of various materials and tools.  These materials are gathered from various sources and the Guide will be updated on a regular basis.

How to use the guide:

Ways to Browse Resources

You can browse through a variety of different resources by keyword, type, or in alphabetical order.  Each item includes a short synopsis and a link to the full resource (either webpage or PDF download).

Each resource review includes:

  • Type of Resource: Toolkit, webinar, article, report, etc.
  • Source: Author, creator or publisher
  • Keyword: One or more of up to 12 different possible topics
  • URL Link: Hyperlink to the full document on the web (if available)
  • Brief Summary: Description of the purpose and intended use of the resource
  • Main Points: Description of what is contained in the resource

New Resources Available:

Click on the titles below to be directed to the resource.

Addressing Alcohol’s Role in Campus Sexual Assault: A Toolkit by and for Prevention Specialists
This toolkit integrates research and practice evidence to help prevention specialists begin to answer the question: How should our campus address alcohol in our sexual assault prevention efforts?
Keywords: Evidence-based Strategies & Research; Mental and Emotional Health; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies

Assessing the Need and Receptivity for an Integrated Healthy Sexual and Dating Relationships Intervention for Community College Students
This article investigates the need for an integrated responsible sexual behavior and dating violence prevention program on community college campuses.  The article presents findings from research to assess the need and receptivity for a web-based intervention targeted at community college students.
Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students; Prevention Planning

The Clery Act on Campus: Status Update and Gender Implications
This article critiques the updates to the Clery Act for community colleges, and takes a closer look at the gender implications with regards to the current updates in accordance with administrative collaboration.
Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Community Colleges; Response Strategies

Intimate Partner Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health Need Among Female Community College Students
This article looks at the impacts of interpersonal violence on female community college students, including intimate partner violence, trauma exposure, sexual violence victimizations, and associated mental health consequences. The study provides evidence that community college students are experiencing violence and the accompanying mental health impacts at high rates.
Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Long-term Impacts of College Sexual Assaults on Women Survivors’ Educational and Career Attainments
This article examines how trauma impacts college sexual assault survivors’ human capital, particularly education trajectory and career attainment. The study also demonstrates the significant public health cost attributed to sexual assault, as survivors often miss time from school and work, drop out of college, and experience negative long-term mental and physical health symptoms from the assault.
Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health

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