In times like these there is just one thing to do:
Find a way to help.
COVID-19 is certainly changing the way people seek and find support. Easy access to accurate and helpful resource information is a necessity during this time, and that’s exactly what ConcernCenter provides. Because we know that many organizations are facing questionable financial futures, ConcernCenter is committed to offering all of our platforms (College and University, K12 Districts, Employee Assistance and Veterans Associations) for FREE through the remainder of 2020.
In addition to our usual, pre-populated concerns and categories, ConcernCenter is pleased to offer an additional Coronavirus Resources category and concerns to support your users during this difficult time.
Yes. You may have multiple versions of ConcernCenter for free through the remainder of 2020. This includes multiple copies of the same version (e.g. a large university with multiple schools that would benefit from a college/university copy for every school) and/or multiple versions (e.g. a college/university version as well as an employee assistance version).
No. Although we are certain your students will see the benefits ConcernCenter offers, there is absolutely no obligation for your organization to purchase ConcernCenter after the free trial.
No. Your free trial will end on December 31, 2020 and will not automatically convert into a paid contract. If your organization is interested in continuing your ConcernCenter subscription after this time a separate contract will be provided.
ConcernCenter is committed to helping your students get connected with support resources now and in the future. If, after December 2020, your organization is still experiencing financial uncertainty, we will do what is necessary to continue offering your students this assistance.
Fully customizable to your institution’s brand and resources.
Compatible with Google Analytics.
Accessible from a desktop, or on a mobile device, 24/7.
Easily able to link to a “Student of Concern” referral system.
User-friendly and easy to edit.
Viewable in English as well as Spanish.
100% Section 508 Americans with Disabilities Act compliant.
A way for administrators to view which concerns are selected most often.
Able to accept infinite concerns and resources.
A way for students to submit information about a fellow student of concern. (If this capability exists within your institution.)
Your version of ConcernCenter will be customized to address your organization’s specific concerns, available resources, logos, and images.
*This Live Demo is for demonstration purposes only. You will not receive a response.