Recognition of the critical importance of mental health in the education of young children has brought significant change to Laconia’s Pleasant Street School (PSS) and other district schools.
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The Family Center in Concord School District (CSD) is a district-wide early child development program focused on strengthening the home-school connection for Concord families with young children.
Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS) implementation within Pennsylvania’s overarching system of care partnership is creating numerous new opportunities for schools at the center of their communities. This strategy is generating great benefits for comprehensive approaches to address the consequen...
School professionals and students across all seventeen school districts in York County, Pennsylvania formed an active student-led Youth Mental Health Alliance (Alliance) that serves as a catalyst “to end the stigma of mental illness, and to ensure that mental-health resources are available to eve...
SS/HS provided the opportunity for school districts in Michigan to reduce silos and partner and collaborate with families, schools, and community partners.
Michigan is one of the seven states awarded a Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS) grant in 2013 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Cherokee Nation Illustrates ‘Serve and Return’ and the importance of everyday moments and experiences by watching as a young Cherokee father and his 20-month old daughter engage in responsive and individualized dialogue and interactions.
North Carolina Project LAUNCH provides guidance to pediatric primary care settings about the development of a family-centered model of care to better meet the needs of patients and their families.
Maryland Project LAUNCH provides a one-page summary of the impacts of challenging behaviors on an individual child, his/her family, relationships, and experiences.
Maryland Project LAUNCH describes the benefits of play for children's early development.