Friends & Family

Services & Resources

Consultation

CWC staff is available to consult with family and friends of UF students on issues related to the emotional and psychological well-being of their student. In addition to regular mental health consultations, we also provide emergency consultations.

Please visit the consultation page to learn more about this particular service.

Facilitating Student Referral

CWC staff is here to assist you as you refer your student to CWC. Please contact us to get more information and guidance.

If you would like to facilitate your students’ referral to a community provider, please visit our Community Providers page. You can also contact CWC and ask to speak with our case manager, Ms. Ritzy Ettinger, for more information.

Popular Pages for Friends & Family

Worried About a Student? — Learn more about signs of distress, how to approach a student in distress, how to make a referral and how to stay in touch.

Crisis & Emergency — Learn what to do if you or your student is having an emergency and need immediate assistance.

Confidentiality — CWC staff is ethically and legally bound to keep student information confidential. Please remember that we cannot acknowledge knowing a certain student or provide information about them without a specific release signed by the student. Yet we can still work with you to guide your process.

Eligibility — Learn about students’ eligibility for services at CWC.

Suggested Online Resources

How is College Different than High School? — A webpage that highlights the difference between high school as a teaching environment and college as a learning environment.

The College Years: A Parent’s Survival Guide — A guidepost for family members to stay involved in their college student’s life while fostering independence and success.

College Tips for Parents — A website that offers insights and ideas about topics that speak to concerns and questions of parents of college students.

College Parent Central — A website addressing new college parents to guide their process and provide needed information.

Transition Year — An online resource center to help parents and students focus on emotional health before, during and after the college transition.

Dear family and friends of a UF student, we know that studying at UF is an exciting period. Yet, higher education has its unique stressors. Your student is likely to face various challenges some of which may alert and/or impact you. On this page we have highlighted certain topics that may matter to you as you support your student through their studies at UF.

We appreciate that you are an important part of our students’ wellness and success and we are here to support you. Staff members of CWC are available to consult with family members on issues related to the emotional and psychological well-being of individual students.

Please call 352-392-1575 or stop by our office if you would like to consult with a CWC staff member.

Dear family and friends of a UF student, we know that studying at UF is an exciting period. Yet, higher education has its unique stressors. Your student is likely to face various challenges some of which may alert and/or impact you. On this page we have highlighted certain topics that may matter to you as you support your student through their studies at UF.

We appreciate that you are an important part of our students’ wellness and success and we are here to support you. Staff members of CWC are available to consult with family members on issues related to the emotional and psychological well-being of individual students.

Please call 352-392-1575 or stop by our office if you would like to consult with a CWC staff member.

Services & Resources for Family & Friends

Consultation

CWC staff is available to consult with family and friends of UF students on issues related to the emotional and psychological well-being of their student. In addition to regular mental health consultations, we also provide emergency consultations.

Please visit the consultation page to learn more about this particular service.

Facilitating Student Referral

CWC staff is here to assist you as you refer your student to CWC. Please contact us to get more information and guidance.

If you would like to facilitate your students’ referral to a community provider, please visit our Community Providers page. You can also contact CWC and ask to speak with our case manager, Ms. Ritzy Ettinger, for more information.

Popular Pages for Faculty & Staff

Worried About a Student? — Learn more about signs of distress, how to approach a student in distress, how to make a referral and how to stay in touch.

Crisis & Emergency — Learn what to do if you or your student is having an emergency and need immediate assistance.

Confidentiality — CWC staff is ethically and legally bound to keep student information confidential. Please remember that we cannot acknowledge knowing a certain student or provide information about them without a specific release signed by the student. Yet we can still work with you to guide your process.

Eligibility — Learn about students’ eligibility for services at CWC.

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Suggested Online Resources

How is College Different than High School? — A webpage that highlights the difference between high school as a teaching environment and college as a learning environment.

The College Years: A Parent’s Survival Guide — A guidepost for family members to stay involved in their college student’s life while fostering independence and success.

College Tips for Parents — A website that offers insights and ideas about topics that speak to concerns and questions of parents of college students.

College Parent Central — A website addressing new college parents to guide their process and provide needed information.

Transition Year — An online resource center to help parents and students focus on emotional health before, during and after the college transition.

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