• A few resources to help parents speak with children about Covid-19



    How to talk to your kids about Coronavirus



    CCSD Calming Room - Great resources and strategies for students and adults to help positively cope with social and emotional issues.


    Social Emotional Learning (SEL) (at home & school)


    Ending the Silence for Families

    February 25–June 22 (various dates/times)

    This workshop is designed to teach the warning signs of mental health conditions, suicide awareness and prevention, and what steps to take to assist someone who is showing symptoms of a mental health condition. Participants will also learn how to work with school staff and talk with their children or other middle or high school aged youth.

    Upcoming Presentations dates and times

    Available in Spanish for families, youth, and community organizations.
    Disponible en español para familias, jóvenes y organizaciones comunitarias.



    Three Rivers Behavioral Health will be hosting a monthly mental health education series for adolescents, educators, and parents. The series is free and begins at 4:00pm. The March session will take place Tuesday, March 8th. For more information and to register, click here.
    Dates and Topics:
    March 8- Self-Harm
    April 5- Suicidal Ideations
    Camp Hands of Hope
    A weekend long bereavement camp for youth and their loved ones who have experienced the loss of a loved one in the past three years. This camp is hosted by the Hospice & Palliative Care Foundation. Due to COVID-19, they have decided to host the spring camp this year in an ONLINE ONLY format. The upcoming camp will take place May 14 & 15, 2021, and will involve a mix of independent family activities and live sessions facilitated by clinical bereavement professionals. They would like to extend our camp resources to any students, friends, or family you may have that can potentially benefit from the camp.
    Camp is open to youth ages 5-18 and their caregivers who have experienced the loss of a loved one in the past three years (must have at least one adult attend with the camper). They will mail materials in advance including grief journals, activity supplies, and t-shirts. The ask that the family pay a $20 administrative fee (per family) to help offset the administrative time of processing applications, HOWEVER if that fee is a financial hardship, they can apply for an application fee waiver after their applications have been accepted and confirmed.
    REGISTRATION WILL OPEN TUESDAY, APRIL 13th online at www.camphandsofhope.org. Registration will remain open until spaces are filled. There are also additional resources on their website for grieving children, families, and professionals that work with them.


    Stepping Stones Grief Program has opened up registration for Shannon’s Hope Camp & Sand Dollar
    Club. Click here for more information.



    Grief resources


    Parent Resources for Mental Health/Wellness

    Parent Resources for Mental Health/Wellness (Spanish version)