This brief discusses the intrastate cross-agency networks (ICANS) which promote coordinated efforts between state and local education and mental health agencies for supporting the Safe Schools/...

Developing safe schools requires collaboration between juvenile justice providers (JJ), law enforcement, mental health providers (MH), and educators. Based on knowledge from the Safe Schools and...

Juvenile justice (JJ) is most commonly associated with provisions in place for youth who have committed crimes or who have been victims of abuse, such as Juvenile Court. This fact sheet broadens the...

School safety is a concern of every community therefore it is essential that law enforcement and school systems partner to ensure a school is a safe environment for both students and staff. This...

This is a guide for Safe Schools and Healthy Students (SS/HS) project directors who organize programs based on the collective effort of educators, mental health providers, juvenile justice...

This brief provides educators the strategies to promote social, emotional, and academic development in children through partnership with parents and families. 20110718_school-...

This brief addresses the importance of family and community partnership in the success of the SS/HS initiative. The brief discusses the challenges of engaging families in the program and strategies...

Immigrants and refugees comprise 20% of students in United States' public schools. This resource describes how school systems reach out to these students and families to improve their...