Department of Health and Human Services
This webpage shares how anniversaries of disasters and other trigger events may renew symptoms of emotional distress in survivors and provides tips to help cope with renewed stress as an anniversary approaches or when trigger events suddenly occur.
This report builds from a body of work that describes how self-regulation can be applied as a framework for promoting health and well-being for youth through co-regulation.
This series contains step-by-step instructions to implement six evidence-informed and theory-based co-regulation strategies.
This interactive module provides examples of successful ways to talk with young people about their strengths, as well as examples of some not-so-successful ways.
This recording share how to support young people to make healthy, safe decisions that are consistent with their own interests and preferences.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will invest more than $1.6 billion from the American Rescue Plan to support testing and mitigation measures in high-risk congregate settings to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and detect and stem potential outbreaks.
This May, find out how connectedness, school climate, and family engagement can protect adolescent mental health.
In 2021, CMHA Day is a special opportunity to reflect on the unique challenges of the past year and the ways that systems could better meet the needs of children, youth and young adults, and families in future years.
This guide begins by explaining how self-regulation underlies success in many areas of life and why adolescence is a crucial time for caring adults—like HMRE and other youth-serving practitioners—to offer self-regulation support.
Subscribe to Department of Health and Human Services
This brief describes a draft observation tool that was developed and piloted as part of a formative study to translate theory about co-regulation into practice in youth-serving Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education (HMRE) programs.