If someone's life is in danger, call 911 or your local emergency number. We have shared crisis support services for specific needs.
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.
Supportive services are services that enable an individual to participate in WIOA activities.
This tip sheet addresses one of the main reasons that participants disengage from apprenticeship programs: the behavioral effects of past or present trauma.
The CRAFFT 2.1+N HONC screening tool can assist health professionals with assessing substance use and vaping. Learn more and access this and other validated screening tools.
Researchers recently published an article regarding findings that teen e-cigarette, alcohol, and marijuana use either decreased or stayed the same since the COVID-19 lockdown.
This guide shares five ways to talk more effectively about adolescent development in the era of COVID-19.
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.
"Change starts with one person and can grow really fast."
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