The NTTAC School-based Services Transformation Team brings 5 Things to know and resources about competency building: fostering school-based providers’ knowledge, awareness, and skills to support trauma-informed, systems-focused policies and practices. Topics include educator learning, quality indicators, policy development, and more.
This issue brief describes the policy changes that Healthy Transitions grantees implemented between 2014-2018 to support youth and young adults of transition age. Healthy Transitions grantees, System of Care sites, and other planners and policymakers can use these examples as a springboard for their own efforts.
This brief is written for education agency leadership, school administrators, and school mental health staff who are involved in driving the implementation of evidence-based and innovative practices. The purpose of this brief is to explain implementation science principles and processes practical guidance, and how they support school mental health efforts. It also provides practical guidance for improving the use of research evidence surrounding social, emotional, and behavioral interventions in schools.
A comprehensive guide for enhancing organizational equity through the lens of the national standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health and Health Care (CLAS). Information is categorized by the individual CLAS Standard, and provides a variety of resources based on population demographics.
The article discusses Florida Healthy Transitions’ program model of utilizing young adults with lived and life experiences, to provide behavioral health services and supports to transition aged youth and young adults. The young adult peer staff provide advice to other young adults who are considering work as peers.