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Student Mental Health
Share our newly released fact sheet with families, school staff, and decision-makers so they know how to strengthen student mental health this academic year.
Mental Health Literacy Units of Instruction
Mental health literacy includes the knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed to develop and maintain positive mental health, identify mental health challenges in self and others, reduce stigma, and seek appropriate help.
These skills-based units of instruction include lessons for elementary, middle, and high school students, and focus on developing the skills that students need to maintain mental health and well-being, plus recognize and support others who may be struggling.
Handling a Children's Mental Health Crisis
Parent leaders from the Trauma and Recovery Project identified a need for caregiver resources on how to support children and youth experiencing a mental health crisis.
With guidance from community partners and mental health providers, the Handling a Mental Health Crisis handout was created.
Access the tool in English, Spanish, and Hmong.
Video Training on Trauma-Informed Care
Check out our 30-minute videos and learning toolkits on the following topics:
- White Privilege
- Implicit Bias
- Working with People with Different Racial and Cultural Backgrounds
- COVID-19 and Trauma-Informed Care – Collective Trauma 101