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  • CASEL (Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning)

    The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning is helping make evidence-based social and emotional learning an integral part of education from preschool through high school.

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  • Prevent Bullying | Project Appleseed

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  • Nevada Resilience Project

    “The Nevada Resilience Project supports families and individuals experiencing struggles and behavioral health challenges.” El Proyecto de Resiliencia de Nevada - “El Proyecto de Resiliencia de Nevada apoya a familias e individuos que experimentan luchas y desafíos de salud conductual.” Other languages available: Spanish, Filipino, French, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Vietnamese and Chinese

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  • Nevada Teen Peer Support Text Line

    775-296-8336 -Nevada Teen Peer Support Text Line - NAMI Western Nevada

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  • Safe Talk for Teens

    “Teaching positive & healthy coping skills. Facilitating good decisions through Values Clarification. Motivation through our Goal Setting exercise. A safe place for kids and/or parents to talk while maintaining confidentiality. Being a first line of defense, a place for “early listening.” When necessary, referrals to counseling services and/or programs.”

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Film Screenings

  • Family Materials

    “Guidance for parents and other caring adults on how to support grieving children.” ("Orientación para padres y otros adultos solidarios sobre cómo apoyar a los niños en duelo".) Available in 9 Languages:English, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, Haitian-Creole, Talalog, Simplified Chinese, Chinese, Korean

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  • Grief Trigger (PDF)

    “Providing students with tools to cope with grief triggers is critical to their overall well-being. Discover how you can be there for them in times of need.”

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  • Concepts of Death (PDF)

    “Children can feel confused and overwhelmed when faced with the loss of a loved one. Our module can help provide guidance and support during this difficult time.”

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  • Coalition to Support Grieving Students

    “The Coalition to Support Grieving Students is a unique collaboration of the leading professional organizations representing classroom teachers (including teachers, paraprofessionals, and other instructional staff), principals, assistant principals, superintendents, school board members, and central office staff, student support personnel (including school counselors, school nurses, school psychologists, school social workers, and other student support personnel), and other school professionals who have come together with a common conviction: grieving students need the support and care of the school community.”

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  • When Grief/Loss Hits Close to Home: Tips for Caregivers

    (NASP) “Strategies for Families Dealing with an Anticipatory Loss (E.G., Terminal Illness) and Strategies for Families Coping with Sudden Loss of a Loved One”

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Additional Resources

  • Parent University

    Interested in learning more about what workshops are available? Click on the link above to view workshops aligned to the Safe and Healthy Schools Toolkit. For Staff Only - Please use SSO to access.

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  • Connect Washoe County

    Support for Washoe County, NV's Youth and Teen Mental Health

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  • Helping Your Child Heal After Trauma

    Medically reviewed by: Allison T. Dovi, PhD, Psychology (Behavioral Health) at Nemours Children's Health. Spanish resources are also available on the site. (Los recursos en español también están disponibles en este sitio web. - Como ayudar a su hijo/a después de un trauma.)

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  • Línea 988 de Prevención del Suicidio y Crisis

    “988 Lifeline brinda apoyo gratuito y confidencial las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana para personas que están pasando por momentos difíciles.”

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  • The Lifeline and 988

    “988 is now the three-digit dialing code that routes callers to the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline (or 988 Lifeline). When people call, text, or chat with the 988 Lifeline, they are connected to trained counselors that are part of the existing 988 Lifeline network, made up of over 200 local crisis centers.”

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  • Mobile Crisis Response Team

    all 775-688-1670 or visit http://www.knowcrisis.com/ “The Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) was created to provide crisis intervention and short-term support to Nevada families dealing with a behavioral or mental health crisis.” Spanish resources are also available on the site. (Los recursos en español también están disponibles en este sitio web.)

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  • Nevada 211

    Find help 24/7 by dialing 2-1-1; texting 898-211 or visiting www.nevada211.org. Available in multiple languages. Click on the link above to acess,

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  • SafeVoice

    Use the SAFEVOICE App or log onto SafeVoiceNV.org, select your school, select event type or concern type or you may call the hotline at 1-833-216-7233 “Students, parents and faculty throughout Nevada now have access to SafeVoice, an anonymous reporting system used to report threats to the safety or well-being of students.”

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  • Specific Suicide Information

    This website shares suicide prevention resources from the state of Nevada.

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  • Community Youth Mental Health Guide

    Understanding northern Nevada's resources for children and teens who need mental health support. *Last updated January 2023

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  • Guia de Servicios Comuniatros de Salud Mental Para Jovenes

    Comprender los recursos del norte de Nevada para ninos y adolescentes que necesitan apoyo de salud mental. *última actualización enero 2023

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