Additional Marijuana and Vaping Resources

Community partners and providers working in school-based health may be interested in the following resources: Youth Empowerment Policy Systems & Environment Prevention Mini-grants Access to these resources can be provided by contacting Erin James with King County’s Department of Community and Human Services: Youth leadership toolkits for adults who work with youth clubs and prevention groups Marijuana…

Feeling “Ghosted” No More

Crossposted from Kaiser Permanente Thriving Schools New educational theatre production helps bring the mental health challenges that many young people deal with out into the open. Note from the editor: Ghosted will be presented at the following King County Schools in Fall/Winter 2019: Rainier Beach High School (Seattle) – November 6-7, 2019 Franklin High School…

Fentanyl Warning Materials

Public Health – Seattle & King County has created materials to raise awareness about the recent increase in overdose believed to be linked to fake opioid pills containing fentanyl, including: Posters that can be displayed in settings frequented by persons potentially at risk Postcards that can be distributed to persons potentially at risk Information for…

Training Opportunity: Reproductive Health Screenings

cross posted from WA School Based Health Alliance Reproductive Health Screenings: Implementing One Key Question Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/one-key-question-implementing-pregnancy-intentions-screenings-tickets-60312043947 Contact: Caroline Sedano, sedanoc@crhn.org One Key Question® is a groundbreaking and simple service that encourages health care and social service providers and others to routinely ask women about their reproductive health needs. By asking: “Would you like to become…

May is Mental Health Month

For the last seventy years, Mental Health America has celebrated May as Mental Health Month. To celebrate in your School-Based Health Center, visit their website and explore their toolkit. Download fact sheets, posters, key messages, and articles that you can distribute through your school’s various communication outlets. Have photos of how your SBHC is celebrating Mental…