Webinar: Sustaining School-Community Resources

February 1, 2016

The Center for Health and Health Care in Schools (CHHCS) hosted a webinar featuring the online tool, Partner Build Grow.  The 90-minute webinar featured several communities that have successfully implemented cross-sector, school-connected, child health initiatives. Olga Acosta Price, Ph.D., director of CHHCS at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health and associate professor in the Department of Prevention and Community Health, moderated. Her expertise is in the design, implementation, and evaluation of school behavioral health programs and policies addressing prevention, early intervention, and evidence-based treatment.

Panelists include:

Liz Warner (School Culture and Climate Initiative Co-Director) & Patricia Heindel, Ph.D. (School Culture and Climate Initiative Co-Director)
The School Culture and Climate Initiative is a project undertaken in partnership between the United Way of Northern New Jersey Youth Empowerment Alliance (YEA) and the College of Saint Elizabeth Center for Human and Social Development. The Initiative provides school districts in Northern NJ with the means to improve their culture, climate and health resulting in an environment where children can thrive socially, emotionally, physically, and academically, and where students, the family, and the wider community are engaged in the schools.

Luann Kida, MA, LMSW (Community Schools Director, Broome County Promise Zone)
In Broome County, New York a team that encompasses the county school districts, Binghamton University, the Broome County Mental Health Department, and numerous public and private social service organizations combined forces to become a New York State Promise Zone, providing services through a community school model to underserved children in 12 districts.

You can download the full presentation (1 hour 30 minutes) and audio HERE.

Please note that the WebEx ARF player is required to playback the recording (Available for download here).

We would appreciate your feedback about this webinar to inform future presentations about features of the Partner Build Grow Action Guide. A brief survey can be found HERE.

We hope you will share the recording with your networks and colleagues and if you have additional questions, please contact ude.u1529389578wg@sc1529389578hhc1529389578.

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