Mid-America MHTTC Regional School Mental Health Learning Community Series




A four-part webinar series on school mental health.



  • Provide an overview of MHTTC school mental health activities, opportunities for consultation, training, on-site/virtual learning, and landscape analysis
  • Provide an overview and train states and districts in the foundational principles and strategies of CSMHSs based on a national curriculum aligned with national performance standards
  • Increase knowledge and awareness related to advancing high quality, sustainable school mental health
  • Promote regional and cross-state networking and shared learning about best practices, successes, and challenges of CSMHS implementation, including policy strategies to advance CSMHS (e.g., inclusion in state and local school safety planning and/or ESSA plans
  • Equip MHTTC state teams with tools and strategies to engage states and districts in ongoing CSMHS quality improvement


What to Expect from Virtual Learning Sessions

State and district leaders are invited. Didactic content will be presented, aligned with the SMH Curriculum modules. States and districts will be asked to share progress and lessons learned related to school mental health innovation. States will be asked to exchange resources, tools, templates, and other materials within the regional collaborative to promote shared learning. States are expected to ask for and provide feedback to peers within the learning collaborative. Learning sessions will be recorded and archived on the MHTTC website.


The Series

Virtual Learning   Titles of the Virtual Learning Sessions   Link to Online Recordings*
Session 1   Overview of School Mental Health and the Learning Collaborative    
Session 2   Implementing Multi-tiered Systems of Student Mental Health Support    
Session 3   Using Data in School Mental Health    
Session 4   Funding and Sustaining School Mental Health    








(*Links to recordings will be added as they become available, following the online webinars.)


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