A School-Based Behavioral Healthcare Framework adopted in Alameda County to inform practice – intended to: create a common reference from which educators, service providers, funders, and evaluators can collaborate; serve as a training and technical assistance tool for current, new, and potential partners; serve as a foundation for schools, districts, and providers to target improvements in existing school-based behavioral health systems; and function as a basis for evaluation improvement efforts,
A series of guidebooks to build a foundation of information that can assist schools and school districts in developing safe learning environments.
A factsheet on the disparities between children’s mental health needs and school-based services.
A webpage with resources to help you better understand the Child and Adult Care Food Program and its requirements.
A brief to help governance teams start thinking about how they may bring these benefits to their districts and learn about some best practices other districts have developed to establish successful breakfast after the bell programs.
A website that offers best practices, data, and other tools developed to help guide the implementation of effective school breakfast models.
A webportal for information on how and why to implement breakfast in the classroom.
A list of publically funded school nutrition programs, with links to webpages for each program.
The California Community Schools Network is an initiative of the Partnership for Children & Youth and its partners.
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