increase collaboration efforts and elevate the conversation regarding not only mental health but health in general across campus. Hopefully, this report provides a starting point for an on-going conversation. I am happy to meet with any and all stakeholders to continue the conversation for how Central can adequately staff its support services and work together to creatively and through best-practices support the mental health needs of its students. Respectfully submitted, Cindy Bruns, PhD, Interim Director of Counseling Attachments provided: • Healthy Minds Survey Data Summary • Counseling Services Overview Powerpoint • Wellness and Health Promotion Overview Powerpoint • Fall, Winter, Spring Quarterly Counseling Services Reports • Fiscal Year 18 Counseling Services Report • Counseling and Medical Services Satisfaction Survey from Spring 2018 • 1 st Month Fall 2018 (update on progress on accessibility for Counseling Services) • 1 st Six Weeks Fall 2018 (second update on Fall 2017/Fall 2018 services) • Center for Collegiate Mental Health Report (2016) (for comparison purposes) • Association of University and College Counseling Center Director’s Report (2017) (for comparison purposes)

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