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.
Social Action Partners (SoACT) developed a mixed-methods study of perceptions and attitudes surrounding domestic violence (DV) in California’s Black/African American community. In this report, SoACT reviewed research findings from the 2017 Black Leaders Survey on Domestic Violence and insights from a series of five focus groups with Black community leaders conducted across the state of California to: Determine how Black community leaders and stakeholders perceive the severity of domestic violence in their communities. Define the root causes of domestic violence in Black communities, as described by Black community leaders and stakeholders.
Suicide is preventable. If you or someone you know is feeling hopeless there is HELP! School staff and other trusted adults on campus can help you get the resources and support you need.
This card includes emergency numbers such as the OC Link, the OC Warmline, and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Here’s to help. Here’s to hope.