SAMHSA’s new 988 website serves as a one-stop-shop for 988 resources. It explains what 988, the new suicide and crisis lifeline, does and provides information relevant to anyone working to strengthen suicide prevention and mental health crisis services.
This infographic from the Annie E. Casey Foundation is based on federal data and presents positive and negative trends in youth incarceration between 1995 and 2019. It also offers recommendations for more effective responses than incarceration when young people break the law.
This hour-long webinar, developed by the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare, suggests strategies for encouraging family care plans. Such plans can prevent child welfare involvement—and family separation—for infants and their parents/caregivers who are identified as affected by prenatal substance exposure.
This toolkit provides an overview of information about crisis response, school-based services, medical systems, family support networks and places to advocate for systemwide improvements.
This Project is put into place to help Elementary, Middle, and High School Students who may need support or more information regarding their mental health when returning to school.