COVID-19 Response2021-11-23T01:40:34+00:00
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COVID-19 is having a profound effect on the way people seek and find support. Easy access to accurate and helpful resources and information is a necessity during this time—and it will continue to be expected in the future. That’s exactly what ConcernCenter provides.

In addition to our pre-populated concerns and categories, ConcernCenter is pleased to offer an additional Coronavirus Resources category with vital concerns to support your people during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Fully customizable to your institution’s brand and resources.

  • Compatible with Google Analytics.

  • Accessible from a desktop, or on a mobile device, 24/7/365.

  • Easily able to link to a “Student of Concern” referral system.

  • User-friendly and easy to edit.

  • Viewable in 100+ languages

  • 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.

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