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It's time to be heard!

Join 100's of family members, youth, and state leaders, as we network and discuss issues that impact children and families on Tuesday, March 10th, 2020, at the Albany Capital Center, i n Albany, New York.

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Technical Packages for Violence Prevention:
Using Evidence-based Strategies in Your Violence Prevention Efforts

The following resources were developed by the ABA Center on Children and the Law, Youth Engagement Project, funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative.

These are self-advocacy training's designed for youth and young adults (14+) with intellectual/developmental disabilities (but all self-advocates are welcome)!
Click HERE for resources
Register HERE
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Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs):
Leveraging the Best Available Evidence
Free CFTSS Provider Trainings

As new services to NYS, Children and Family Treatment and Support Services (CFTSS) providers must familiarize themselves with new strategies to support children and families, while assuring quality and compliance in service provision, in addition to cultivating skill sets to support specialized service provision to children and their families within their natural environment. OMH has partnered with the Sidney Albert Training & Research Institute to deliver a one-day training aimed to support CFTSS providers in providing quality, child-centered, family-focused services while remaining aware of the necessary requirements set forth by NYS.

Register HERE for a training near you
How do you foster inclusion in meetings?

For any community or patient engagement strategy to be effective, it is critical that all stakeholders are included in the decisions that impact them.

Click HERE for a   simple checklist captures best practices that bring awareness to behaviors that work for and against this level of inclusion.

Top 10 facts that parents, educators
and students should know about bullying.

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Parent Teacher meetings are coming up!
Are you prepared?
Follow the link below for resources