Resources

Resource: "Talk. They Hear You." Partner Materials

These “Talk. They Hear You.” materials to aid partners underage drinking and substance use prevention efforts.

Resources: School-Based Health Care Awareness Month

These resources were created and curated for February's National School-Based Health Care Awareness Month.

Resource: Returning to School After Traumatic Brain Injury

This factsheet from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center provides resources for helping young people returning to school after a traumatic brain injury, including how parents can prepare and how schools can support students.

Resource: Going Back to School After a Major Burn Injury

This factsheet from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center provides resources for helping young people returning to school after a major burn injury, including guidance for parents to plan and prepare for re-entry.

Share with Youth: Financial inTuition Podcast

The Financial inTuition podcast focuses on a variety of topics pertaining to saving and paying for higher education, managing money, and repaying student loan debt. Our team will share interviews with financial practitioners, students and recent graduates, family members and young adults that have successfully managed their money and repaid their student loan debt.

Report: Ten Core Competencies for Youth and Young Adult Centered Mental Health Systems

The ten core competencies outlined in the report address existing gaps in youth and young-adult mental health systems, and they reflect values that translate into skills, attitudes, knowledge, and abilities of system participants.

Resource: Protective Factors in Practice: Training Tool for Identifying Family Strengths

This resource provides scenarios that illustrate how multiple protective factors support and strengthen families who are experiencing stress.

Resource: Training and Technical Assistance Related to COVID-19

SAMHSA is providing regular training and technical assistance on matters related to the mental and substance use disorder field as they deal with COVID-19.