March is Women's History Month
This month, we share resources to support the mental health of women.
A companion training to Classroom WISE, this mental health literacy training is for K-12 educators and school staff and provides culturally inclusive classroom strategies to support student mental health.
Classroom WISE: Well-Being Information and Strategies for Educators
This FREE 3-part training package (online course, resource collection and video library) for educators and school personnel offers strategies and skills to engage and support students with mental health concerns in the classroom.
Racial Equity and Cultural Diversity Resource Compilation
Check out our compilation of products and resources on cultural responsiveness, racial equity and cultural diversity for the mental health workforce, curated by the MHTTC Behavioral Health Equity & Cultural Responsiveness Working Group
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Barriers and Risk Factors for Black LGBTQ+ Youth: Suggestions for Improving…
DESCRIPTION Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ+) youth encounter unique mental health concerns due to the
Self-Harm and Suicide Awareness and Prevention in Childhood and Early…
When children talk about death or a wish to die, or hurt themselves—when they engage in suicidal thoughts and behaviors (STBs)—school adults