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Region IV Student Mental Health Initiative Activities and Resources

 

Student Mental Health Activities and Resources of the Region IV Counties:  Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo and Solano

Bully Prevention Toolkit - a comprehensive resource developed by the Solano County Office of Education to equip school personnel, parents and students to implement tools and strategies to stop bullying.

Creating Safe Schools: Bullying Intervention and Prevention - education and training for Contra Costa County school administrators and teachers to understand and intervene in bullying behavior and create a supportive classroom environment.
 
No Bully - a Region IV collaboration of educators, psychologists and lawyers committed to stop bullying and transform schools into inclusive learning environments.
 
Respect! 24/7 - a two-year anti-bullying and civility initiative of the San Mateo County Office of Education that aims to reduce incidents of bullying and to empower students to exhibit leadership on this issue.
 
Stand Up!  Speak Out!  Stop Bullying! - A Napa County Office of Education program to assure a learning environment for children that is free from intimidation, humiliation and disrespect.
 
Transition Center - a partnership of the Alameda County Office of Education Alameda County Probation Department, Behavioral Health Care Services and Alameda County school districts to build a school transition process for incarcerated youth and increase academic success when they are reenrolled in school.
 
Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) for Educators - a proven evidence-based program being piloted in Marin County to provide school staff with tips and strategies for handling issues such as threats, bullying, disobedience and aggressive behavior.
  
Youth Outreach Workers - a program expanded to middle school students in the San Francisco Unified School District who organize school-wide health awareness events addressing bullying, LGBTQ issues and violence prevention. 

 

       



 

 

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