Client Evaluation of Mental Health Support Peer Service Provision
Background:

The information collected from this survey will be used by SUU CAPS and Student Affairs to assess program efficacy and service provision, program model and resource/revision need. The information gathered is also intended to foster grant proposals in support of institutional holistic academic success and opportunities to transfer best practices to other universities. The data gathered may also be used in potential publications and presentations about this program.
This survey is anonymous and no identifying information will be collected. Any data gathered that is potentially identifying will be edited to support anonymity, if editing to anonymity is not possible, the data will be omitted from use of any kind.

Risks:

In the recognition that identifying as a person accessing mental health supports can include potential risk, data collection, review, and editing processes will be limited to the principle investigators (CAPS Licensed Clinical Staff) a team comprised of permanent clinical SUU CAPS Staff.

Data will be collected via a google survey tool with evaluative questions being responded to via respondent smartphones or an iPad provided at the time of survey.

In order to evaluate the SUU CAPS Peer Mental Health Support Program, SUU CAPS requires and values your feedback on this short form that we have made available for you to complete via your smartphone or a via the provided iPad.

Information and Informed Consent:

With exceptions outlined above regarding the Wellness Center Coordinator position, your responses will remain confidential, no identifying information will be collected. Quotes and responses may be shared verbatim as part of the program evaluation, publication and as a campus needs assessment. Responses will be edited as necessary to remove any potential identifying information in order to maintain confidentiality. You may skip any question you do not wish to answer. Participation is voluntary. You may discontinue the survey at any time for any reason without penalty. You may ask questions at any time by emailing the principal investigator overseeing this survey andreadonovan@suu.edu
The Institutional Review Board (IRB) of Southern Utah University has reviewed this study for the protection of the rights of human subjects in research studies, in accordance with federal and state regulations. You may ask IRB-related questions at any time by emailing the SUU IRB Committee Chair, Dr. Bryan Koenig bryankoenig@suu.edu. This evaluation is estimated to take between 10-15 minutes.

Benefits:

While you may not receive direct individual benefits by participating in this survey, your participation will yield information that will support the SUU CAPS Peer Mental Health Support Program to better serve the SUU community. There is no compensation for participating in this evaluation.

Thank you for your feedback! Your work is part of the collaboration that supports us all to do the work of building mental wellness!

If you need mental health support or if this is an emergency, please use one or more of the following resources: 1) Call 911. 2) Go to the nearest emergency room. 3) Visit CAPS in person during our open hours. 4) Contact ULifeline by texting "start" to 741-741 or calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

By continuing on with the evaluation, you give your consent to participate in this work.
1. What is your gender identity?
Your answer
2. With which race(s)/ethnicity (ies) do you identify?
Your answer
3. Please select your age:
4. Please select your academic class:
5. Which services did you participate in this semester? (Check all that apply)
6. Who was your Mental Health Support Peer Mentor?
Your answer
7. I have a more positive view of myself.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
8. I feel I can better manage my feelings and behaviors.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
9. I have learned skills and tools to better manage my feelings and behaviors.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
10. I feel less stressed or overwhelmed.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
11. I can better understand and examine my problems/issues from different points of view.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
12. I have gained a more clear sense of who I am and understand myself better.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
13. I have made progress toward my personal goals in counseling.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
14. I have healthier relationships with others.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
15. I feel better adjusted to college life.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
16. I can better communicate my thoughts and feelings.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
17. I can better identify my feelings.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
18. I am more truthful/honest with myself.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
19. My experiences at CAPS helped me stay in school.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
20. Without the support of counseling services, I likely would have dropped out of college.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
21. I feel heard, understood, and respected by my Mental Health Support Peer Mentor.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
22. My Mental Health Support Peer seems competent and knowledgeable.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
23. Would you recommend the Mental Health Support Program at SUU to friends?
Your answer
24. What specific parts of your relationship with your Mental Health Peer Mentor supported you and how?
Your answer
25. What specific skills and tools that your Mental Health Peer taught you were helpful and why?
Your answer
26. What other ways did you experience the Mental Health Peer Support Program to be helpful?
Your answer
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