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Webinar - Why Use Evidence and Where to Find It: Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development

Webinar: Why Use Evidence and Where to Find It: Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development DATE: May 27, 2020 DESCRIPTION: Many prevention

Self-Care in a Time of Stress - Handout - Take Your Break With Us Virtual Series

Self-Care in a Time of Stress This resource provides simple strategies for people to take care of themselves – and a daily Self-Care Planning

Create Awesome Webinars - Handout - Take Your Break With Us Virtual Series

With the COVID-19 crisis, trainings, workshops and conferences have been cancelled, postponed, and put on hold. Webinars are an efficient use of

Using Interactive Activities in Training - Handout - Take Your Break With Us Virtual Series

Current thoughts about student learning recommend changing up the format of information delivery and/or activity every 3 minutes! Interactive

Facilitate Virtual Meetings Like a Pro! - Handout - Take Your Break With Us Virtual Series

Facilitating virtual meetings is a different than facilitating face-to-face meetings, and a slightly different focus and approach will help make

Working From Home & Keeping Your Sanity - Handout - Take Your Break With Us Virtual Series

The COVID-19 crisis forced many individuals to work from home out of necessity. Many practitioners may continue this trend, at least to some

Giving Clear Instructions - Handout - Take Your Break With Us Virtual Series

Giving clear instructions for activities helps participants be successful, creates a safe environment for learning, keeps participants engaged

Providing Culturally Relevant Crisis Services During COVID-19 (Part 2): Culturally Responsive Factors To Consider

Providing mental health services in the present and future conditions will require a new consideration for cultural elements and linguistic

Providing Culturally Relevant Crisis Services During COVID-19 (Part 3): Culturally Responsive Factors For Hmong Communities

Dr. Rhodes offers insight on the effects of social distancing and stigma within Hmong communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Rhodes