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Children’s Mental Health Day: Intersection of Children’s Mental Health & Education

A big thank you to the 300+ people who came out last Thursday for Children’s Mental Health Day: Intersection of Children’s Mental Health & Education. 

For those of you who couldn’t make it, not to worry — we understand that life is busy and your time is limited, so we’ve put together a few resources for you (because we like well-informed advocates.)

We also recorded every informative minute of the panel discussion, and you can view it all, anytime, here.

Resources 

Here is the quick one-pager about Positive Behavioral and Intervention Supports (PBIS). This easy-to-read document looks at what PBIS is, how it works, and who is using it. (Click here to download)

Here is a powerpoint presentation from Thursday’s introductory speaker, Dr. Mark Weist, a national expert on school-based mental health services from the University of South Carolina.

7eef473b-5865-485b-89c9-3573366b2ad5And our publication, Childhood Trauma: Discussion & Policy Solutions. Trauma informed adults and trauma responsive systems can help ensure our current generation of children have the opportunity to heal and thrive.

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