With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools is excited to share a new episode in the Partner Build Grow: Stories from the Field video series.
The series illustrates how the actionable steps outline in Partner Build Grow, the Action Guide, have helped school leaders and educators expand their school and community-based programs and networks to support students’ wellness and success.
In this new episode, Dr. Lionel Allen, Jr. discusses the unique challenges that many schools in urban settings experience. Dr. Allen shares his experience with strategically leveraging community assets to support his students’ wellbeing and the importance of being highly attuned to the local policy landscape.
Check out the video and share with your networks! If you would like to learn more about building community partnerships and connecting to your local policy environment, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for technical assistance!
An individual’s educational attainment is a powerful predictor of life expectancy. A new mapping tool created by Child Trends shows the relationship between educational opportunities for adolescents and their life expectancy. The tool provides valuable information to support targeted interventions and investments in education. Learn more.
As of this year, California will be implementing a program for doctors to begin screening children for adverse childhood experiences, which can be indicative of a child’s future health outcomes and educational success. Learn more.
Program is intended to provide training and technical assistance to increase access, effectiveness, and dissemination of evidence-based mental health services for children, youth and young adults with serious emotional disturbances/serious mental illness. Learn more.
Deadline: February 4, 2020
Funding youth-focused projects that aim to improve student achievement and healthy development. Learn more.
Deadline: February 6, 2020
Supporting programs implementing trainings and interventions and strategies that increase school safety. Learn more.
Deadline: March 20, 2020
*The Center for Health and Health Care in Schools does not administer these funding opportunities. Please refer to each organization for further direction and details.
Manage clinical operations of a mobile psychiatric services program for children and adolescents. Learn more.
Support and educate school districts and community providers about expanding school behavioral health programs. Learn more.
Provide support to families to provide case management, including mental health and health services for children and families. Learn more.
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