1. Empowering Youth Engaging Schools (EYES) Initiative Standing Up to Bullying

    The Empowering Youth Engaging School (EYES) Initiative supports school leaders in effectively addressing bias, bullying, and other hurtful behaviors within their buildings and school communities. This initiative engages and empowers youth and communities to create safer schools by recognizing and reducing bias-based bullying behaviors. The National School Climate Center (NSCC) partners with Facing History and Ourselves (FHO),...
  2. IMARA: Family-based HIV Prevention Program for African American Teens and their Mothers

    Informed, Motivated, Aware, and Responsible about AIDS (IMARA) is a family-based HIV prevention program that helps African American teenagers and their mothers work together to address risk behavior, improve parent-teen communication, and practice conflict resolution.  IMARA aims to reduce the incidence of HIV in black female populations through strengthening family...
  3. HRSA Health Equity Report 2017

    The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) released the Health Equity Report for 2017.  The Report presents a comprehensive analysis of HRSA’s program efforts in reducing health disparities and promoting health equity for various populations at the national, state, and local levels. The Report addresses HRSA’s key Strategic Plan goals...
  4. First Responders Helping Others with Mental Health and Reminders to Care for Themselves

    Creating Safe Scenes training course from SAMHSA is designed to help police, fire, and emergency medical services personnel respond to calls involving someone experiencing a mental health and/or substance use crisis. Creating Safe Scenes presents information about mental illnesses, substance use disorders, and trauma; offers guidance on de-escalating scenes with...
  5. Building a Society for Social Justice

    The thirty richest people in the United States are worth $792 billion, yet 633,000 Americans are homeless during the winter. Inequalities exist in nearly every corner of the country. Added together, they reveal broader systemic injustices tied to lack of economic opportunities, education, justice and healthcare. But millions of professionals...
  6. Addressing Depression and Stress in African American Men

    The Brother, You’re on My Mind toolkit provides Omega Psi Phi Fraternity chapters and partners with the materials needed to educate fellow fraternity brothers and community members on depression and stress in African American men. The toolkit also aims to communicate the importance of seeking help for mental health problems and...
  7. All Kinds of Minds: Shattering Mental Illness Preconceived Notions

    This TED playlist All Kinds of Minds has powerful stories that shatter preconceived notions about mental illness, and pose the provocative question: What can the world learn from different kinds of minds? A tale of Mental Illness — from the Inside: A legal scholar, in 2007 Saks came forward with her own story...
  8. Amigos y Amantes: Animating HIV Prevention for at-risk Spanish Speakers

    El Centro de Educación de Trabajadores, in partnership with Pride for Youth, Circulo de la Hispanidad, and The Prevention Collaborative created a Spanish-language resource, Amigos Y Amantes. This website is an interactive online educational intervention focused on HIV prevention for at-risk Spanish speaking members of the Latinx community. It includes animated content, as...
  9. Coalition Pilots Walking School Bus to Combat Childhood Obesity

    Healthy West Kendall is an initiative powered by West Kendall Baptist Hospital but driven by the community, with vision of becoming the Healthiest Community in Florida.  The goal is to inspire the residents to think differently about their health and the health of the community.  This includes from the food...