School Mental Health Toolkit – Colorado
The School Mental Health Toolkit is a blueprint for school mental health services and will guide community members, schools, local leaders, and districts through 10 best practices, including strategies for implementing, funding, and sustaining mental health services in schools.
The toolkit will help you make the case for schools to implement practices such as screenings, suicide prevention, and wellness plans.
Studies show children are more likely to seek help if support is available at school—where they spend the bulk of their waking hours. If you aren’t sure where to begin improving mental health services at your school, start with this toolkit.
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School Mental Health Toolkit (National)
The School Mental Health National Toolkit will show you how to promote school-based mental health and wellness programs that work. It contains resources and steps you can use to make schools the best they can be and ensure every child has a path to success.
The Toolkit was developed through a collaboration between Mental Health Colorado and the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) Mental Health Program and is based on the Colorado School Mental Health Toolkit.