Describes guides, briefs, tools, and websites that support improvements in school climate. Includes guidance for programmatic intervention, measures, school climate (engagement, environment, and safety), and special populations.
Provides a new, free online course designed to inform those who deliver teen pregnancy prevention programming. The course will help professionals understand key terms related to gender and sexual identity, the challenges that LGBTQ youth face and the importance of including them in prevention messages about teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, and key strategies for creating safe spaces and classrooms for LGBTQ youth.
The NY School-Based Health Alliance annual conference will include three plenary sessions and 5 tracks of concurrent sessions, and cover topics such as the need for increased skills in trauma-informed care, preparing for the next pandemic, behavioral health innovations, and a recovery-based suicide prevention strategy.
Presents guidance around ways to promote National Adolescent Health Month, which is an annual observance in May to emphasize the importance of building on young people’s strengths and potential, encouraging meaningful youth engagement in adolescent health activities, and highlighting key topics in adolescent health.
Please consider joining the School-Based Health Alliance tomorrow for a webinar on school-based health center (SBHC) start-up basics. During the webinar, we will share best practices for SBHC start-up, discuss the differences in practice between SBHCs and health centers, and highlight resources to support SBHC planning teams.