The unique aspects of a campus community are key elements in designing effective models of care. In her chapter, Dr. Lorraine Siggins talks about the relationship of the mental health service with the community at large. How much information can be shared with faculty and staff? What about campus safety? She describes the ways in which the mental health service (called Mental Health and Counseling at Yale) can be available for consultation and support to faculty, staff, and peers when they have concerns about a student. Sometimes, the conversation is a one-way communication because of privacy rules. Siggins also notes that the mental health service can play an important role in responding to campus crises. Outreach to students puts a face on the service and provides a great opportunity for educating students and residential staff. This helps with early recognition of problems by the whole community, greater awareness of available resources, and reduction of stigma that so often delays referral and treatment. She also discusses the mission of the service and how to best provide care for the whole community given the available resources.