School Health Events
Date: June 26-29, 2016
Location: Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Virginia
Join hundreds of school-based health care stakeholders from across the county for the national School-Based Health Alliance convention in Arlington, Virginia. You can learn more here.
Frequency: Quarterly (September, November, February, June)
Location: Fresno, CA – Location TBD.
The Central Valley School Health Coalition is hosted by the California School-Based Health Alliance and provides a space for school health stakeholders to network, share resources, and explore solutions to common challenges facing the region’s schoolkids. For more information, please contact CSHA Program Manager Salina Mendoza at 559-940-0157.
Orange County Coalition of School Health Centers
The Orange County School Health Centers group is composed of health center providers, administrators, and advocates who operate or support SBHCs throughout the county. They meet quarterly at the Orange County Department of Education to network and share resources, and to support state and national advocacy efforts to advance school health services. To learn more about the group and for upcoming meeting dates, please contact Sang Leng Trieu, LA Trust Program Manager, at 213-440-3144.
Dates: Ongoing Trainings and Events
Location: Both Webinar and onsite trainings throughout California
Strategies is a nationally recognized alliance of professional trainers, organizational development coaches, facilitators and support staff. They provide trainings and events to programs, organizations, and networks that strengthen families and communities. See upcoming trainings here. Training topics include:
- Protect Yourself & the Families that You Work With: HIPAA/Informed Consent
- Incorporating Father Friendly Practices At Your Organization
- Re-visioning Community: Partnering for Meaningful Change
- Supporting GLBTQ Children
- Bullying: What You Need To Know
- Engaging Fathers of Children with Special Needs
- Teen Dating Violence Prevention
Eliminating Barriers to Learning Through the Early Identification of Student Mental Health Issues
Dates: Ongoing Trainings
Location: Throughout California
The Eliminating Barriers to Learning (EBL) initiative is an innovative collaboration between the California Department of Education, Placer County Office of Education, and Kognito Interactive. Based on a training series developed by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), California’s EBL uses a train-the-trainer model. A school- or district-based team of educators attends an in-person workshop and then uses an online training simulation to develop the skills necessary to support their colleagues in better identifying and responding to student mental health needs. You can learn about and apply to attend upcoming free EBL trainings here.