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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 on a wide range of topics related to:
Events are archived, along with supporting training materials and related resources, following each event.
This interactive, self-paced learning module presents a strategic approach to communication planning, including how to assess your current situation and develop communication goals and objectives.
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.
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.
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.
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.
June 12, 2013 - 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM EDT
Nearly 72 million Americans (57 million adults and 15 million children), representing approximately 23% of the population, are affected by mental illness or substance use disorders in any given year. It is important to gain an understanding of the learning environment so that policies and programs can be targeted where they are most needed. To that end, assessing the occurrence of risky behaviors—in particular bullying, violence, and substance abuse—can help focus prevention efforts in the most effective way. In this webinar, participants were able to learn strategies to design and conduct surveys to measure bullying, violence, and substance abuse. Links to appropriate resources and examples of such assessments are provided.
May 22, 2013 - 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM EDT
Recent research highlights the overlap between bullying and other forms of youth violence, including gang involvement, as well as behavioral health risks, such as substance use. Bullying not only creates a poor school climate for students, but also negatively affects the work environment for school staff. In this webinar, presenters reviewed recent research linking bullying involvement, as both a target and a perpetrator, with other forms of youth violence and substance use. Presenters discussed different sources of data that may be informative in assessing bullying and related behavioral and mental health risks in schools, and also summarized different research-based strategies and resources that schools can use to address the interrelated concerns of bullying and youth violence.