Care coordination is a collaborative process of education, intervention, and support efforts across the university.
Our Process and Philosophy
The Center for Care & Resilience staff identifies and draws on individual strengths to move through a process of recovery and building resilience. The relationship between a student and a care coordinator is primary and essential, and care coordinators empower students to self-advocate and access resources on campus and in the community.
Interventions proposed by the care coordinator are based on student self-determination and autonomy. The student is an expert in their own life. Students who have significant mental health diagnoses are supported and offered an opportunity to grow, learn, and change.
For more information on this approach, see The History of Case Management in Higher Education, a publication of the Higher Education Case Managers Association.
The Center for Care & Resilience provides strengths-based, inclusive, holistic support, consultation, and education to members of the UT community. Learn more about the mission of the CCR.
The CCR connects students to campus and community resources and works with students to develop a plan moving forward. Learn more about CCR services.
The staff of the CCR is made up of care coordinators. Learn more about the CCR staff.