1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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
  4. Peer Specialist Training and Certification

    Via Hope operates the only statewide training and certification program for peer specialists in Texas, that is recognized by the Department of State Health Services. The original curriculum was developed by the Appalachian Consulting Group (ACG), the leading provider of peer specialist training in the United States. The curriculum has...
  5. Gathering of Native Americans (GONA): Substance Abuse Prevention Curriculum

    The Gathering of Native Americans (GONA) curriculum was first developed through a special initiative of the United States Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, in consultation with a team of Native American trainers and curriculum developers from across the United States. The GONA curriculum is intended to provide culturally specific substance...