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Developed to help high-risk students connect to campus counseling centers, the Interactive Screening Program or ISP is a method of reaching students before they are in crisis by providing an easy, efficient, safe way for students to research services that are available to them and to connect with a campus-based mental health provider. ISP is available via a partnership between an institution and AFSP, which will lead to the creation of the institution’s own ISP website where students will be able to take brief mental health-related questionnaires, receive a personalized reply from a campus-based counselor, exchange messages with the counselor, receive encouragement and feedback, and make appointments at the institution’s counseling center. Links to published studies demonstrating the success of ISP are available on the AFSP’s ISP website, along with a link to an “interest form” and information on how to implement ISP on your campus.

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