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Lessons learned from school emergencies highlight the importance of preparing school officials and first responders to implement emergency operations plans.

School Violence

The following resources provide information about the opioid crisis and its impact on children and families; youth focused substance abuse treatment and prevention strategies; and approaches to address the opioid epidemic as a public health crisis.

Opioid Use

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This issue brief reviews findings from the Project LAUNCH grantee evaluations, highlighting the promising approaches to behavioral health integration among the Project LAUNCH grantees and the impact of these efforts, including increased screening and early referrals from primary care providers an...

Behavioral Health/Mental Health | Integration of Behavioral Health into Primary Care

This issue brief further examines the impact of ECMHC on children, families, and ECE and home visiting staff based on the Project LAUNCH grantee evaluations, and identifies lessons from this work that can inform the successful expansion of ECMHC services within ECE settings and home visiting prog...

Behavioral Health/Mental Health

This brief highlights many notable and emerging successes of grantees in expanding and sustaining LAUNCH services through policy changes that advance child wellness goals at the state, territory, or tribal level.

Policy | System Change

Mass violence events expose survivors and witnesses to trauma, whether they experience the event in person, within the community, or through the media.

Community Violence | School Violence

An online resource toolkit for schools facing a suicide death by a student or other community member and offers materials such as research, templates, and links to additional information and resources.

Suicide Prevention

School bus drivers play an instrumental role in both promoting student mental health and reducing violence and bullying among students.

Behavioral Health/Mental Health | Capacity Building/Workforce Development | Evidence Based/Informed | School Violence | Sustainability | Trauma Informed/Response

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.

Behavioral Health/Mental Health | Disparities/Disproportionalities | Evaluation | Family Strengthening/Family Engagement | School Violence | Sustainability | System Change

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