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Pre-recorded webinar addressing critical time for youth - run away - an how to approach with a trauma-informed practice.
AFSP school-based suicide prevention curriculum
This review examines how youth mentoring influences school attendance, academic performance, and educational attainment (APEA) outcomes.
This Native-focused activities guide provides lessons to help learn about important Native American figures and their impact on today's world.
Resources for adults who come into contact with children impacted by parental addiction
Substance Abuse Prevention curriculum for grades 7&8
Educator Resilience and Trauma-Informed Self-Care Assessment and Planning Tool
What Educators Can Do to Spot Child Maltreatment During the Pandemic, a Podcast from Prevent Child Abuse America features a conversation with Dr. Bart Klika. Dr. Kilka explores how the role educators play in identifying maltreatment may have changed during the pandemic. As education switched to a virtual platform it has become more difficult to see subtle clues or the nuances of child abuse or neglect as compared to the classroom environment. The podcase offers tips learn how to play a more supportive role within a virtual platform and how teachers can interact differently with parents in this space.
NIDA: Nurturing My Mental and Emotional Health (Resource for teachers to support teens) - The resources available promote mindfulness and teaches teens how to practice health-enhancing behaviors, which can support better management of stress and reduce the chances of exploring substance use as an alternative.