This SAMHSA guide provides information on student assistance resources available for school leaders and administrators and tips on how they can use these resources in their schools.
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This SAMHSA fact sheet provides parents, caregivers, and teachers with strategies for helping children manage their stress during an infectious disease outbreak. It describes potential reactions among youth and the support adults can provide to help them.
This SAMHSA fact sheet for teens provides facts about opioids. It describes short- and long-term effects of opioid use, lists signs of opioid use, and helps to dispel common myths about opioids.
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School bus drivers play an instrumental role in both promoting student mental health and reducing violence and bullying among students.
The Boys Town Specialized Classroom model was implemented to reduce disruptive behaviors, discipline referrals, and absenteeism among students with emotional and behavioral problems in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
To increase the number of students receiving mental health services, Connecticut schools have engaged community mental health providers in delivering school-based care.
To reduce the incidence of suspensions and expulsions, particularly for male students of color who are disproportionately impacted, Connecticut employed a Restorative Practices approach across its SS/HS districts.
National data suggests that LGBTQ youth are at greater risk than their peers for mental health challenges, including depression and suicide.
“The Collaboratory” integrates various state grants and initiatives to ensure a climate of collaboration. State leaders worked together to develop a State Integration Team to include many state initiatives in order to align the work across the state.