Lock and Protect
Resource Type: Template or Tool
Audience(s): City or County Agency Staff, Community Member or Organization, Educators, Families, Health or Mental Health Professional, School Staff or Administrators, Students
Focus Population: BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, or People of Color), Foster Youth, Immigrant or Refugee, LGBTQ, Youth in Military Families, Youth with Disabilities
Topics: Abuse and Violence, Suicide, Wellness
You can protect your child during these times by being there and stopping them from getting guns, drugs, or other dangerous things that could lead to death. When your child was little you may have baby-proofed your home. A similar approach is needed when your child is under intense stress or distress. This tool can help you make decisions about how to protect your child.