1. Arts and Minds: Creatively improving Mental Health

    Arts and Minds is the leading arts and mental health charity in Cambridgeshire with a national reputation for contributing to the evidence base and policy developments around non clinical interventions for medical conditions. The charity has been running weekly art workshops for people experiencing depression, stress or anxiety for the past...
  2. Prevent Medicine Abuse Toolkit

    National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month launches in October. Teenagers and adults are abusing products such as over-the-counter (OTC) cough medicine. CADCA’s Online Rx Abuse Prevention Toolkit contains facts, strategies and tools to prevent and reduce teen Rx medicine abuse in your community. This newly revised toolkit is based on CADCA’s Seven...
  3. See Us, Support Us: Toolkit To Support Children of Incarcerated Parents

    The New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents, a project of the Osborne Association, will hold its See Us, Support Us national campaign during October to raise awareness about children of incarcerated parents. The campaign includes an online toolkit with resources to help support children of incarcerated parents, including...
  4. Sesame Street in Communities: Bilingual Multimedia Tools

    The Sesame Street in Communities website has hundreds of bilingual multimedia tools to help families enrich and expand their knowledge during a child’s early years from birth through age 6. There are many resources available for community providers, such as Coping with Incarceration, Helping Kids Grieve, and Autism, that use...
  5. Healing of the Canoe Program Supports Tribal Youth Wellness

    Culturally Grounded Life Skills for Youth (Healing of the Canoe) is a curriculum for Native youth focused on suicide and substance abuse prevention. It was designed to be adapted by Native communities using community-specific traditions and beliefs to strengthen youths’ connection to their communities and cultures, and strengthen their hope...
  6. Training Tool Box for Addressing the Gender-Specific Service Needs of Women with Substance Use Disorders

    SAMHSA’s Training Tool Box for Addressing the Gender-Specific Service Needs of Women with Substance Use Disorders serves as a launching board that trainers/presenters can use to develop informative, evidence-based trainings on serving women with substance use disorders (SUDs). This Tool Box enables clinical supervisors, program directors, and advocates to customize...
  7. Tobacco Prevention in Tribal Communities: Honoring our Traditions and our Health

    This short video, produced by the Tribal Public and Environmental Health Think Tank, depicts tobacco prevention efforts in Wisconsin Tribal communities, highlighting the importance of reclaiming traditional tobacco. Population of focus: Tribal communities Link to resource: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzBMxhWXiGo&feature=youtu.be Date: 2017 Organization: Tribal Public and Environmental Health Think Tank
  8. Positive Youth Development in Juvenile Facilities Toolkit

    The Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators (CJCA) has developed a Positive Youth Development Toolkit. This resource is designed to help agencies, organizations, and stakeholders improve services, programs, and outcomes for youth involved in the juvenile justice system. The toolkit is based on recommendations shared at the 2015 CJCA Leadership Institute...