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 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.
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.
Violence impacts our youth at home, in the community, and on campus. This Issue Brief homes in on the evidence-based practices, programs, and policies that ensure students are safe at school. It explores both interpersonal violence and structural violence, and describes the ecological systems framework to address them.
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.