- Build capacity to implement school-based prevention and early identification strategies that promote student mental health
- Build relationships among local agencies to develop effective cross-system collaboration
- Build capacity to provide education and training for school staff
- Provide technical assistance to schools for program development and implementation
This clearinghouse of resources and regional best practices is provided to assist California county offices of education, districts and schools to develop and implement effective programs and services that promote the mental health and wellness of students in grades K-8, with linkages to preschool and grades 9-12.
Our search feature helps you find useful resources specific to your needs as a teacher, school staff member, or administrator. Mental health staff, parents, caregivers and community members will also find the resources helpful as they work in partnership with schools.
Second Step: Developmentally appropriate, short, interactive lessons for students in Pre-K – middle school developed for prevention of substance abuse, bullying, and violence. Students learn social-emotional skills such as self-regulation, empathy, communication, emotion management and problem...
Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP): A program to help parents learn to deal with issues related to their own children such as responsibility, independence, communication, and consequences for decisions. Four programs address the parent-child needs in four age groups: 0-6, 6-12, 13-18...