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ADAP aims to increase awareness and decrease stigma about mood disorders in young people while stressing the need for evaluation and treatment.
Be a PAL® Instructional Program
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The Be a PAL® program helps children and teens learn how to Protect A Life by being a good friend to kids with food allergies. Parents, school staff, educators, scout troop leaders, youth group leaders, and coaches can use these resources to present the program to students in grades K-12.
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The National Association of School Psychologists, the National Association of School Resource Officers, and Safe and Sound Schools have partnered to provide updated guidance on Best Practice Considerations for Armed Assailant Drills in Schools. The author organizations represent key stakeholders in school safety and crisis planning, preparedness, and implementation.
CDC HEADS UP
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CDC HEADS UP offers a wealth of resources related to concussions/brain injuries. Free resources are available for use and dissemination including flyers, training videos, and more.
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The National Institute on Drug Abuse has compiled this resource to provide those working to reduce adolescent drug use and abuse with up-to-date research data and best practices to . This resource includes easy to understand data broken down into teen, teacher, and parent categories.
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Strength-Based Communication Strategies to Build Resilience and Support Healthy Adolescent Development
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This website brings together diverse organizations to amplify the conversation around childhood and teen depression and suicide. Collaborating organizations: American School Health Association, Elevance Health, Erika’s Lighthouse, Masco Corporation, and the National PTA. Find free and helpful resources to support inclusive school communities around mental health.

This page reflects a broad spectrum of content that is as diverse in its authors as it is in its subject matter. Whether you are looking for the latest guidelines from the CDC and the Department of Education, or you are looking for new and innovative projects that you can bring to your school or district, this page is designed to support ASHA’s mission to transform all schools into places where every student learns and thrives by including the latest resources in school health.

ASHA is committed to providing  the latest in research and tools that can support the work of PreK-12 practitioners, and those involved in health education and health services programs.  Have an excellent resource that isn’t represented here? Tell us about it here.