When Should I make a B.I.T. Report?
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If someone you know is...

  • Experiencing a decline in work and/or academic performance.
  • Demonstrating disruptive and/or disturbing behavior.
  • Showing dramatic changes in appearance, behavior, and/or weight.
  • Having problems at home, with classes and/or work.
  • Making disturbing comments in conversation, email, letters, social media postings and/or papers.
  • Sad, anxious and/or experiencing dramatic mood shifts.
  • Abusing alcohol and/or drugs.
  • Isolating himself/herself socially.
  • Acting paranoid and/or suspicious.
  • Frequently angry and/or easily frustrated.
  • Struggling with health problems.

These behaviors, especially when more than one is present, may be signs that a student, faculty member or staff member is in distress. There are many resources available at Crafton Hills College to help. Your confidential report to CHC's Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) can make a difference. Use the Student of Concern Referral Form to submit a report to the Behavioral Intervention Team.