Designed specifically for use by teachers and classroom staff, the Other Rs: Step by Step Guide teaches the foundations, significant impact, and best-practices of addressing trauma, self-care, social problem solving, psychoeducation, relaxation, and classroom activities. This guide is delivered in an easy-to-use lesson plan format that is ideal for educators.
School-based suicide prevention campaigns are an effective strategy for districts to implement the numerous components of AB 2246 in a manner that utilizes the expertise of staff without overwhelming specific individuals. These campaigns ensure that a unified and powerful message reaches students and staff throughout the district.
This step-by-step resource guide has been created to assist schools to comply with AB 2246, the Pupil Suicide Prevention Policy through the implementation of Suicide Prevention Campaigns. AB 2246 requires LEAs serving students in K-12 to implement an array of suicide prevention components to support student well-being.
This guide is intended to support local education agencies (LEAs) and county behavioral health departments (BHDs) as they seek to partner to deliver comprehensive, high-quality school mental health services. These are challenging collaborative efforts with helpful information and tools to address barriers spread out in many different places. The goal of this resource is to create a library of helpful resources and organize tools around critical topics and challenges. Through this project, we aim to generate applicable resources specific to the needs of partners to further the growth of school mental health partnerships. Each section includes an overview of the topic and a collection of related resources.
Child Abuse and Neglect User Manual Series Guidance on child protection for professionals in child welfare and related fields as produced by the Office on Child Abuse and Neglect within the Children’s Bureau.Various series available to support your work with children and families affected by child abuse and other child welfare issues.
Immigrant families involved with child welfare may face a number of particular issues, such as legal barriers to accessing services, child trauma resulting from difficult immigration or refugee experiences, a parent’s detention/deportation by immigration authorities, and acculturation and language issues.