This document provides step-by-step instructions for Arizona educators that have already identified a student that needs mental health support from a community-based provider. This document will discuss how an Arizona educator might connect students and their caregivers to services, how those services might be funded, and how to proceed with the referral. Please note: The information provided on this website does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available on this site are for general informational purposes only.
The NTTAC Community Wellness & Peer Supports Team brings 5 things to know and resources about effectively supporting and supervising youth and parent peer support providers. Topics include developmental and trauma-informed approaches to supervision, supporting those with lived experience, and championing youth and parent peer support providers as essential partners in promoting community wellness.
On May 13, 2021, the NTTAC Infant & Early Childhood Transformation Team offered a webinar on fathers and systems change. This two-page document offers key takeaway points from the robust discussion for teams to further consider. Topics include: perspectives shared by presenter and advocate David Armstrong; and considerations and resources for comprehensive family engagement, such as building awareness, capacity, and inclusion.
The NTTAC Infant & Early Childhood (IEC) Team brings you five things to know and resources about trauma-informed approaches in IEC systems. Topics include foundational understanding, addressing equity, supporting families, and more elements of a trauma-informed system.
The NTTAC School-based Services Transformation Team brings 5 Things to know about ensuring a continuum of care. Topics include caregiver partnerships, community partnerships, needs of youth of transition age, and restorative practices.