Download your copy of the 2018 NaBITA Catalog

NaBITA Resources

Training Handouts
BIT Surveys
NaBITA Threat Assessment Tool
Threat Assessment Tool App from iTunes


The 2017 NaBITA Whitepaper: Addressing Disruptive and Dangerous Behavior in the Classroom and Around Campus

The 2015 NaBITA Whitepaper: Who’s on the Team? Mission, Membership and Motivation

The 2014 NaBITA Whitepaper: The Core-Q10 Checklist: Assessment of a Behavioral Intervention Team

The 2014 NaBITA Whitepaper: 2014 NaBITA Whitepaper: Threat Assessment in the Campus Setting

The 2012 NaBITA Whitepaper: Case Management in Higher Education

The 2012 NCHERM/NaBITA Whitepaper: Suicidal Students, BITs and the Direct Threat Standard

The 2011 NaBITA Whitepaper: Preventing the Preventable

The 2010 NaBITA Whitepaper: Murder at UVA: Preventing the Preventable

The 2009 NaBITA Whitepaper: Threat Assessment in the Campus Setting 

The 2009 NCHERM Whitepaper: 2nd Generation Behavioral Intervention Best Practices

Risk Mitigation Through the NCHERM Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment Model


Veterans on Campus: Avoiding and Addressing Mental Health Crises

DD-12: Informing Prevention & Intervention Measures: Twelve Risk Factors for Sexual Violence on College Campuses (2016)

The 2016 NaBITA and ACCA Paper: Psychiatric Medications and College Counseling

Making the Call: Parental Notification of Suicidal Students (2015)

Title IX Meets BITs: Handling Gender-Based Complaints through Campus Collaborations (2015)

Navigating the Storm: Threat Assessment and Mental Health (2016)

Training Handouts

NaBITA Sample Training Schedule (2015)

Examples of Disruptive Behaviors (2015)

BIT Foundational Issues Summary Sheet (2015)

BIT Surveys

2016 BIT Survey Snapshot (PDF)
2014 BIT Survey Snapshot
2012 BIT Survey snapshot (PDF)

NaBITA Threat Assessment Tool

2014 Trifold (PDF)


The NCHERM Group – NaBITA Partner


Maxient – NaBITA Partner

Health Management Systems of America

Health Management Systems of America – NaBITA Partner

360° Stay Safe at College

360° Stay Safe at College – NaBITA Partner

Campus Safety Guide from Affordable Colleges Online

Understanding Eating Disorders

The Top 5 Mental Health Challenges Facing Students

Understanding Suicide Prevention

Guns on Campus: A Current Debate (2010)

A Guide to Campus Mental Health Action Planning provided by the Jed Foundation

No Guns on Campus: Emergency Preparedness at IUPUI

Assisting the Emotionally Distressed Student

Created by West Valley College.

Students of Concern Resources from University of South Florida

Students of Concern Assistance Team (SOCAT) offers supportive intervention and guidance to any USF student who is struggling. The Case Manager is a member of SOCAT who reaches out to students to offer assistance, to help coordinate referrals to campus and community resources, and to develop an Action Plan for student success. The goal is to help the student focus on academic success, avert more serious difficulties, and ensure the safety of both the student and USF community.

Step Up — Bystander Intervention Training for Student-Athletes

STEP UP! is an interdisciplinary resource that trains students to recognize problem situations involving their peers – such as alcohol/drug abuse, hazing, discrimination, eating disorders, depression, etc., and to safely and effectively act on them. This unique approach provides a teaching tool that goes beyond traditional education about health and social issues; it truly empowers learners to act upon their values to help others in need.

San Mateo County’s Primary Prevention Framework for Substance Abuse and Mental Health

The Framework is a result of a collaborative planning process convened by San Mateo County Health System Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) and facilitated by Prevention Institute.

National College Depression Partnership

The National College Depression Partnership (NCDP) is a high-impact, cost-effective professional development program designed to improve the recognition and treatment of depression among college students and amplify the impact of existing health and mental health services. Effective collaborative depression care relieves suffering, improves readiness to learn, and promotes student retention and success.

Eternal High: A Teenager’s Experience with Depression and Suicide that will Change Your Life

This documentary by Bryce Mackie has won 25 film awards and has been featured on the Voice America Health Channel. Bryce discusses his true-life experiences with substance abuse, depression, suicidal thoughts, self-injury, anxiety, self-medicating and treatment. Visit Aquarius Health Care Media for more information.

Google Groups: Higher Education Case Managers Listserv

Many institutions of higher education across the country are creating case manager positions in order to address more serious student cases. This group will allow for the collaboration among and support of people who are in this type of position.

To Join: Please contact Erica Woodley or Amy Powell is a comprehensive Web site database featuring extensive information about thousands of different medications and drugs currently on the market or previously available worldwide. includes up-to-date information about prescription and over-the-counter medications and includes details about associated side effects to aid in the protection of patients and consumers.


A Comparative Analysis of Threat and Risk Assessment Measures (article from 2013 J-BIT) (PDF)

NaBITA Position Statement on 504 and Campus Direct Threat Determinations (PDF)

Threat, Threat, Threat, Threat or Threat? (PDF)

Duty to Warn Breakdown Per State (PDF)

NaBITA Position Statement on Notice of Expulsion and Suspension on College and University Transcripts (PDF)

Schools Up Efforts to ID At-Risk Students on Tribune-Review (link)

Students’ Rights Weighed as Colleges Try to Assess Threats on USA Today (link)

Suspect’s Red Flags on Anderson Cooper 360° (link)

A Timeline of Worldwide School Shootings

The Chronicle of Higher Education: Huntsville Shooting Should Encourage ‘Cultures of Reporting’

Back to School With Bipolar?  How College Can Unleash Mania