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Webinar tomorrow 10/27: Collective COVID-19 Trauma and Responsive School-Based Health Care 

A reminder that the Washington School-Based Health Alliance, in partnership with Public Health–Seattle & King County, is hosting a webinar tomorrow, Tuesday, October 27.  If you’d like to join us and haven’t yet registered, you can register through the link below. 

WHEN: Tuesday, October 27, 12:00-1:30pm
TOPIC:  Collective COVID-19 Trauma and Responsive School-Based Health Care

REGISTER HERE

Join us for a discussion about COVID-19 trauma, children’s and youth behavioral health trends during the pandemic, the realities of youth most impacted, and strategies for school-based health supports.  Following presentations by the Department of Health’s Mental and Behavioral Health Response team and by youth leaders from the Reconnect to Opportunity program, there will be time for Q&A with presenters as well as breakout sessions to share and brainstorm strategies for student support by school-based health providers in collaboration with school staff.

Thank you to our sponsors of this webinar series!

Upcoming Webinar: Promoting Equity and Wellness in Schools

Reclaiming Futures Webinar Announcement

Promoting Equity and Wellness in Schools: Screening and brief intervention, restorative strategies and community engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic

During the COVID pandemic, schools across the country are looking for effective ways to screen and respond to the emotional needs of students and faculty, promote a sense of community, engage parents as partners and address inequities by engaging the diverse communities schools serve.

This 90-minute webinar brings together panelists with expertise in these critical areas. Panelists will discuss innovative strategies around:  equitable community and family engagement, remote screening and brief intervention, assessing and responding to suicide risk, and building community using the principles of restorative practice.

The webinar is September 17 at 11 am PT/2 pm ET, and will cover aspects of remote screening and brief intervention as well as many other related topics. Register here.