High School Students can access Friend2Friend by going to and using enrollment key calfriend

• 25-minute course that can be completed in multiple sittings

• Simulation to recognize signs of psychological distress and connect peers to a supportive adult

• Introduces the concept of mental health and strategies for improving mental wellness

At-Risk in PK-12

Educators and Staff have access to At-Risk in PK-12 by going to

• 45-60 minute courses that can be completed in multiple sittings

• Listed: SPRC/AFSP Best Practices Registry for Suicide Prevention Programs (

• Listed: National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) (At-Risk for High School Educators only)

Connecting Students to Mental Health Resources: Creative Collaborations, Funding, & Evidence-Based Practices

This toolkit – written in partnership with the California School-Based Health Alliance and Fight Crime: Invest in Kids California – explores the ways in which seven California counties are working collaboratively to provide school-linked mental health services, share financial resources to pay for these services, and address local issues such as truancy or recidivism by increasing access to mental health services for students.

Alameda County School-based Behavioral Healthcare Framework

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,