Services

The Helping Individuals at Risk Coordinator can support you in a variety of ways after you make a report

  • Assess reported behaviours and level of risk for the individual

  • Coach reporters on how to manage those displaying worrisome behaviours

  • Discuss safety measures

  • Provide the most appropriate resources for the Individual at Risk

  • Share information with other campus services to assist with managing risk

  • Refer cases to the Helping Individuals at Risk Case Team as necessary

How to Make a Report

Helping Individuals at Risk relies on you, the concerned members of our campus, to recognize and report worrisome behaviours in order to help connect an Individual at Risk to resources.

  • Directly to the Helping Individuals at Risk Team by phone at 780-492-4372 or email hiarua@ualberta.ca

  • Indirectly to a Senior Manager (Chair, Associate Dean, Dean, Director or Vice-President) or a Support Unit (a unit or department that, as part of its regular duties, provides assistance to students or staff), who will then advise the Helping Individuals at Risk Coordinator

Even if you are unsure, sharing your concern may be the important step that helps connect an Individual at Risk to resources and support.