Tag: DOE

Virtual Zoom Training Preventing Targeted Violence and Terrorism in Schools: Identifying and Responding to Behavioral Changes in Individuals (US DHS) [June 2022]

The DHS Center For Prevention Programs and Partnerships “Community Awareness Briefing” (CAB) is designed to raise community awareness and empower individuals with the information needed to successfully prevent targeted violence and terrorism. Family, friends, and colleagues are often the first ones to see behavioral changes in individuals. Equipped with the knowledge of what to look …

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Bureau of Student Wellness & Nutrition Newsletter (NH DOE) [June 2022]

Click here to view their newsletter online The New Hampshire Department of Education Office of Social and Emotional Wellness has begun posting their newsletters online. These newsletters are published regularly with information about upcoming trainings, conferences, and other important updates. Click here to sign up to receive their newsletter

Professional Development Summer Series (NH DOE) [June 2022]

Click here to register After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Free: Session One: Introduction to Trauma Responsive Classrooms Participants will receive an overview and definition of trauma, examine key principles of the trauma-responsive approach, and reflect on how to apply universal strategies in the school setting. June 29th, …

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Office of Social and Emotional Wellness Toolkits (NH DOE) [May 2022]

The Office of Social and Emotional Wellness (OSEW) has created a portal on their website that holds wellness toolkits for educators. The intent of this portal is to provide educators with information about initiatives they offer, services provided, and to connect educators with resources in support of work in New Hampshire schools. Training toolkits were created …

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NH School Safe: Threat Assessment Micro-grant (NH Department of Education) [October 2021]

This program is “designed to improve school security by providing students and teachers with the tools they need to recognize, respond quickly to, and prevent acts of violence.”

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A Comprehensive Approach to Suicide Prevention (Suicide Prevention Resource Center) [July 2020]

Strategies, Programs, and Practices to Consider Effective suicide prevention is comprehensive: it requires a combination of efforts that work together to address different aspects of the problem. The model above shows nine strategies that form a comprehensive approach to suicide prevention and mental health promotion. Each strategy is a broad goal that can be advanced through …

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Governor Sununu Signs SB 282, relative to suicide prevention education in schools [August 2019]

Senate Bill (SB) 282 directly relates to Recommendation 8 from the task force. Recommendation 8 calls for an increase and promotion of evidence-based best practice suicide prevention training in schools. The purpose of SB282 is to reduce the number of suicides in the school population by ensuring suicide prevention education and training is available. SB282 …

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Bureau of Student Wellness Professional Development Training (NH DOE) [May 2022]

The key to a successful Student Wellness program is continual learning and training. Below please find a calendar of upcoming training, events, and professional development opportunities that are either directly sponsored by the Bureau of Student Wellness or are hosted by another organization this is connected with our work in some way.

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Youth Mental Health First Aid Training (NH DOE) [May 2022]

Virtual courses offered the first WEDNESDAY of each month. What is Youth Mental Health First Aid? Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) is an evidence-based training that teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders in youth. This training gives adults the skills they need to …

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NH Senate Bill 11: Relative to “relative to mental health services and making appropriations therefor.” (NH Senate) [January 2019]

SENATE BILL 11 AN ACT relative to mental health services and making appropriations therefor. SPONSORS: Sen. Sherman, Dist 24; Sen. Rosenwald, Dist 13; Sen. Chandley, Dist 11; Sen. Levesque, Dist 12; Sen. Cavanaugh, Dist 16; Sen. Dietsch, Dist 9; Sen. Morgan, Dist 23; Sen. Kahn, Dist 10; Sen. Watters, Dist 4; Sen. Fuller Clark, Dist …

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