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The National Resource Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention (NRC) hosts webinars and other learning events to support and provide training to SAMHSA program grantees, states, districts, territories, tribes, and local schools and agencies. These trainings cover a wide range of topics related to mental health promotion, youth violence prevention, evidence based practices and collaboration among service providers. Archived training materials, such as slide presentations and related resources, are available for download here following each event. NRC also posts conferences and learning events hosted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and other SAMHSA-supported programs.
This self-paced, interactive learning experience provides an overview of Project LAUNCH’s Strategic Plan, including SAMHSA’s expectations for the content and format of the Plan and lessons learned from other grantees about the process. Click here to view the module.
This 45-minute self-paced learning module helps Safe Schools/Healthy Students and Project LAUNCH grantees develop and implement their Disparity Impact Statement and Strategy. The purpose of the Disparity Impact Statement and Strategy is to reduce disparities and disproportionalities in access to and utilization of behavioral health services to improve outcomes for children, youth, and families. Click here to view the module.
This self-paced learning module helps SS/HS grantees develop their evaluation plan, which is an integral part of their comprehensive plan. This 30-minute module is designed to clarify development guidelines, making it a quicker and easier process by providing examples not found anywhere else. Click here to view the module. If you have trouble opening the module, click here to open the content in HTML 5.
Initially developed for the purpose of SS/HS grantees, this module is available to the public to serve as a guide to everyone interested in the development of a Logic Model. We openly invite anyone interested in developing a logic model to take this self-paced module. Click here to view the module. If you have trouble opening the module, click here to open the content in HTML 5.