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Health and Safety Resources and Trainings


Alcohol and Other Drugs:

Addiction Treatment Support

Interpersonal Violence:

Center for Advocacy Response and Education (CARE)

Sexual Assault

Crisis Response:

Crisis Management Planning

Crisis Response Outline

Emergency Preparedness at Purdue

Prevention Plan


Incident Reporting Form

Other Resources:

Office of the Dean of Students (ODOS)

Purdue University Student Health

Recreational Sports

Student Legal Services

Student Organization Disciplinary Status

Student of Concern Reporting Form

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Substance Abuse & Greek Life Guide

Wellness Programs Office


Prevention Programs with the Center for Advocacy, Response & Education

CARE offers free campus-wide prevention programming to any Purdue-affiliated organization or course. Workshops aim to engage the campus community in discussions about topics like bystander intervention, identifying interpersonal violence, and survivor support.


The CliftonStrengths for Students® talent assessment, based on the concept of intentionally developing your strengths rather than your weaknesses, identifies students’ Top 5 Signature Themes from a list of 34 talents. CliftonStrengths is used across the world in large and small businesses and non-profit organizations. The myStrengths portal provides resources for exploring your Top 5 Themes and how to leverage your strengths to overcome challenges and reach your own personal, academic, and career goals. For more information visit, the CliftonStrengths for Students-StrengthsQuest website.

SafeZone Training

The Safe Zone training program empowers participants to support LGBTQIA+ students, staff and faculty and create change on campus. Over 2,500 students, staff, faculty and community members have participated in Safe Zone training to better understand the unique needs and concerns LGBTQ people face in higher education and increase their knowledge, skills, and abilities to create a more inclusive and affirming campus. There is no cost associated with attending Safe Zone training.

Trans Inclusion Training

From media coverage of transgender celebrities to national discussions of rights for transgender people, transgender and gender non-binary identities and experiences are more visible than ever. Via recent guidance from the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Education, university staff, faculty and students are now required to update many policies and practices to be trans-inclusive, often with only limited knowledge of the concepts of gender identity and sexuality.

Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Training

This one-hour and forty-five-minute training helps Purdue community members learn to recognize the warning signs for suicide, assist those in need,and review helpful Purdue resources. Upon completing QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Gatekeeper training, each participant will be trained as a gatekeeper and receive a certificate. Learn more about QPR from the QPR Institute.

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Training

Mental Health First Aid is a program designed to help community members identify, understand and respond to mental illness while increasing awareness of available resources. MHFA is an eight-hour training designed to give participants the skills to help someone who is developing a mental health concern or experiencing a mental health crisis. The course uses role-playing and simulations to demonstrate how to recognize and respond to the warning signs and symptoms of a mental illness or emotional crisis.


Founded in 2012, DREAMzone ins an educational intervention, created at Arizona State University, designed to provide counselors and other human service professionals in education with awareness, knowledge, and skills for working with undocumented and DACAmented students. DREAMzone was created in an effort to acknowledge and address the unique challenges encountered by undocumented and DACAmented students and increase their educational attainment. DREAMzone seeks to reduce stigma and discrimination toward undocumented and DACAmented immigrants by promoting more culturally sensitive practices for responding to the presence and needs of undocumented students. 

Student Wellness Office Trainings

Learn about, explore, and get connected to wellness resources as you live out your personal well-being. From self-care to wellness experiences we are here to support your growth in body, brain and spirit. 


Reference this quick resources guide for programming, partnership, and support ideas. 




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