Partner Build Grow: Sustainability Approaches for Wellness Programming

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Add to Calendar 2018-06-27 15:00:00 2018-06-27 15:00:00 Partner Build Grow: Sustainability Approaches for Wellness Programming This webinar will feature the online tool kit, Partner Build Grow: An Action Guide for Sustaining Child Development and Prevention Approaches. The Action Guide provides school and community leaders with tools to develop and sustain school-connected initiatives that promote students' physical and mental health, social-emotional development, and educational success. It recommends a four-pronged approach that helps practitioners engage with cross-sector partners, develop an action plan for specific context, access viable financing and regulatory strategies, and create communications objectives. The webinar will feature several communities that have successfully implemented school-connected initiatives to provide for their student’s behavioral and mental wellbeing.  Register for the webinar. noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Featured the online tool kit, Partner Build Grow: An Action Guide for Sustaining Child Development and Prevention Approaches. The Action Guide provides school and community leaders with tools to develop and sustain school-connected initiatives that promote students' physical and mental health, social-emotional development, and educational success. It recommends a four-pronged approach - Building an Action TeamMapping AssetsConnecting with the Policy Environment, and Communications - that will help practitioners engage with cross-sector partners, develop an action plan for specific context, access viable financing and regulatory strategies, and create communications objectives.

View the recording, slides and other materials here: http://actionguide.healthinschools.org/tool-resource/sustaining-school-community-resources/ 


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