Family and Youth Engagement in School Justice Partnership: Voices from the Field

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Add to Calendar 2017-11-28 12:00:00 2017-11-28 12:00:00 Family and Youth Engagement in School Justice Partnership: Voices from the Field This webinar will highlight the need for authentic family and youth engagement in School-Justice Partnership work, with an emphasis on the challenge of engaging parents, other caregivers and youth in diversion opportunities that address behavioral health needs. Excerpts from a new podcast series called "Strategies to Build Family and Youth Engagement in School Responder Models" will be shared, elevating the family and youth perspectives on engagement and highlighting strategies that have been successful in practice. School-Justice Partnership experts will be featured in the following episodes:   Episode 1 - Helping Students Thrive by Supporting their Parents and Caregivers Episode 2 - Authentic Family Engagement: It's More than a Pizza Episode 3 - Engaging Students to Provide Behavioral Health Supports in Schools Join us to hear firsthand reflections on the barriers to engagement from the parent, school, and provider perspectives and to learn about strategies that have the potential to breathe new life into the family and youth engagement component of your School-Justice Partnership Efforts. Visit the School-Justice Partnership National Resource Center to register for this event. noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Highlighted the need for authentic family and youth engagement in School-Justice Partnership work, with an emphasis on the challenge of engaging parents, other caregivers and youth in diversion opportunities that address behavioral health needs. Excerpts from a new podcast series called "Strategies to Build Family and Youth Engagement in School Responder Models"  shared, elevating the family and youth perspectives on engagement and highlighting strategies that have been successful in practice.

 


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