Public Health Communications Collaborative has released a collection of resources to serve as a directory for mental health resources. Categories included range from self-screening mental health tests to mental health support for employers and employees. This list serves as a helpful guide to these resources and provides options for safe referrals to sites that have been reviewed and screened. Access…
SPI’s May newsletter is now live! This month, we are highlighting the recently developed Intergenerational Gerontology Alliance (IGA) at SDSU, as well as exciting resources released lately such as Safe & Sound’s Data Playbook for Prevention Planning. Access the full newsletter HERE
Safe & Sound’s new Data Playbook for Prevention Planning supports county prevention planning teams in creating next steps for implementing prevention planning into their practices to engage communities. View the executive summary HERE
Learn about Child Abuse Prevention Month, explore new prevention resources, and check out highlights of recent work projects. Click HERE to access the newsletter.
A new Knowledge to Action brief was developed to explore the affects of California’s Digital Divide, and how access to technology is becoming increasingly recognized as one of the Social Determinants of Health. To read the full brief, click HERE
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Home visiting is an important method for supporting families during pregnancies and the early childhood process. Child Trends recently released a report detailing policy recommendations for California’s system to help detail to policymakers the importance of home visiting and to create a coordinated infrastructure for the process. Click HERE to read more about the importance of home visiting and 3…