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Stakeholder Voice, Engagement, and Advocacy to Enhance Collaborative School-Based Mental Health Services

Thursday, April 21, 2022

4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET

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To receive CE credits, complete the content check and request your certificate.

Thanks to a partnership with C4 Innovations, we are offering one (1) hour of continuing education credit for participation in this virtual session from the following:

  • Association of Social Work Boards
  • NBCC (National Board for Certified Counselors)
  • NAADAC (National Association for Addiction Professionals) ‌ 

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Value-Added Resources from Presenters

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In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, we will launch a series of engagement activities in May to promote the importance of collaborations between community health centers and schools to support positive mental health and well-being for youth in school-based settings.

Learn more about the development of the HEART Collective and review our foundational resources, including:

During the month of May, Mental Health Awareness Month,

Let's work together. Be a part of our public awareness campaign...Take HEART!

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Mind Out Loud Student representatives Ashmita Annamalai and Crystal Widado offered rich and pertinent insight on the importance of student voice and engagement as a part of our webinar.

Access the Mind Out Loud "LinkTree." It offers direct links to the specific resources our youth presenters shared in-meeting, including podcasts, event recordings, the 2022-2023 Student Rep Form, and additional resources.

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Youth MOVE empowers young adults to use their voices to change the mental health, juvenile justice, child welfare, and education systems. And that's exactly the focus, energy, and vibe Maxx LaBrie, the organization's Vice President, exemplified in this webinar.

Learn more about the Youth MOVE Change Initiative—designed to enhance and expand the youth peer workforce with a specific intention to work in the field of mental health to address the unique needs of the BIPOC and LGBTQIA2S+ youth. 

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The New England Prevention Technology Transfer Center, administered by AdCare Educational Institute of Maine, Inc., provides training and technical assistance services to the professional and volunteer prevention workforce within the New England states.

Learn more about the prevention frameworks and strategies preventionists can offer to support connecting mental health resources with communities and schools. Sarah Johnson, the New England PTTC's Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator, offered key learnings around the importance of positive youth development and opportunities to let youth lead. As the 2021 winner of the Maine Public Health Association Rising Star Award, Sarah is a dynamic leader in the prevention field. Contact her via email for more information on the programs and services of the New England PTTC.


The New England Mental Health Technology Transfer Center is funded by the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and is part of the broader Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) Network.
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