Best Practices to Address Mental Health and School Safety Concerns
Mental Health and Violence Prevention Initiatives are top of mind for parents, educators, students, and community members alike. The White House is calling for a major transformation of our mental health system and is investing heavily in activities that support this agenda.
The Department of Education is issuing new guidance to schools, colleges and universities on the use of existing ARPA relief funds for mental health and related purposes. Additionally, there are a variety of discretionary federal grant programs that fund these types of initiatives, enabling ongoing communication and training with local law enforcement and mental health providers, as well as funding the communication systems and technologies that provide safety features such as gun-shot detection, automatic door locking, automated alerts, etc.
Join our experts to learn more about:
- Newly announced funding for behavioral health and violence prevention programs and activities
- Programs to help prevent school violence
- Technologies needed to support mental health and school violence
- Best practices --- what’s working for other schools and communities?
K-12 & E-rate manager, Aruba
Retired Police Officer and School Safety Expert
President of LDA
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