1 Best Practices for Engaging Youth in Mental Health Programming An overview of youth engagement principles and mental health programming resources for high school students.
2 Webinar Housekeeping Everyone is in listen-only mode. Two listen options: phone or web (phone tends to be better!) Call in #: , Access Code: Type questions in "chat box" located in the sidebar to the right. If you are having technical difficulties please be sure to address the panelists and we will do our best to help you. The webinar is being recorded. Supporting materials will be ed to you and available on our website.
3 Presentation Objectives Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to: Define effective techniques for youth engagement. Identify examples of mental health programming for high school students. Describe resources and next steps for engaging youth in mental health programming.
4 Agenda 1. Introductions 2. About Our Agencies 3. Youth Engagement 101 (CSHA) 4. Mental Health Programs on High School Campuses (CDE & NAMI) 5. Additional Resources 6. Close-out
5 Introductions Monica Nepomuceno, MSW Education Programs Consultant Mental Health Services Program California Department of Education Erik Villalobos Family and Peer Programs Coordinator NAMI California Molly Baldridge, MPH Program Manager, Adolescent Health, California School-Based Health Alliance
6 Roll Call! In the chat box to the right, type (be sure to address everyone) Your first name Organization When you re feeling stressed, what do you do to take care of yourself?
7 California Department of Education s Mental Health Services Program Provide information and support to schools; Provide training opportunities for school staff, community partners, parents; Impact policy to support ALL students experiencing mental health issues; Increase access to and opportunities for mental health services.
8 Student Mental Health Policy Workgroup The State Superintendent of Public Instruction convened this work group in May 2012 with funding from the CalMHSA; Membership of diverse backgrounds ; Public quarterly meetings; Identify student mental health challenges in California that can be addressed by changes in student mental health policies; Make annual policy recommendations to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and the California State Legislature; Serve as an advisory group to the California Department of Education s (CDE) mental health projects.
9 Student Mental Health Policy Workgroup Collaborative Partners
10 Project Cal-Well Now is the Time Project Advancing Wellness and Resilience in Education State Educational Agency Grant NITT- AWARE-SEA
11 Component 1 Address the mental health needs of children, youth, families/caregivers, and communities; Builds off of the Safe Schools/Healthy Students model to supports school and community partnerships by encouraging integrated systems that promote students mental health, enhance their academic achievement, prevent violence and substance use, and create safe and respectful school climates. Provide local communities with increased access to school and community-based mental health services through improved coordination of state and local policies and resources; Broad spectrum of services from which to select
12 Component 1 Goals Establish referral processes to ensure access to school- and community-based mental health service programs; Develop the capacity of LEAs to leverage state and local funding to support school-based mental health services/activities; Support youth violence prevention and school climate strategies by utilizing research-based violence prevention and positive behavioral intervention programs;
13 Component 2 Provide Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) training at the state and local levels; LEA instructors will train a minimum of 125 first aiders annually; State instructors will train 360 first aiders annually; Saturate the state with YMHFA trainings.
14 Youth Mental Health First Aid Australian based public education program; Increase mental health literacy among youth serving adults; Based on the concept of medical first aid; 8- hour course. Trainings available at no cost 14
15 A Guide to Student Mental Health and Wellness in California Based on the Minnesota Association for Children s Mental Health (MACMH) Collaboration to make it California specific For use by ALL school staff and adults on school campuses Released August 2014
16 FREE Online Professional Development for California Educators and School Staff Kognito. All rights reserved.
17 California School-Based Health Alliance The California School-Based Health Alliance is the statewide non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and academic success of children and youth by advancing health services in schools. Our work is based on two basic concepts: Health care should be accessible and where kids are Schools should have the services needed to ensure that poor health is not a barrier to learning.
18 Youth Engagement 101
19 Think of an adult that was a mentor to you when you were a teen What is one quality that you remember about them? (Please type your answer in the chat box and be sure you are addressing everyone.)
20 Youth Engagement vs. Tokenization
21 Part 1: Are you and your organization ready for Youth Engagement? We want to start a program! Funding Training We have a program already! We are thinking about starting a program! Staff Time We have been doing this for years! Youth Engagement!
22 Part 2: Build Capacity for Youth Engagement & Create an Action Plan Key Questions: How can we get funding to support youth engagement? How do we allocate appropriate staff/adult ally time? Where can we receive adult ally training on youth development principles and youth facilitation? Identify Key Partners Identify Resources Youth are involved from the beginning!
23 The Youth Engagement Process Develop a strategy for youth engagement Recruit young people to participate Build the capacity of the team Identify project goals and objectives Provide ongoing support Facilitate ongoing assessment of team dynamics and leadership development Evaluate both the process and the product of youth engagement Celebrate successes! Use program evaluation and feedback to inform the process for the following year
25 Next Steps: Let them reach for the sky and help bring the sky to them Are supportive and caring i.e. traumainformed Trust youth Take risks, not afraid of challenges Are good listeners & facilitators Comfortable working with youth Help network/navigate institutions Step up, step down Are respectful of youth s views, diversity, culture, time (don t ask too much of youth!)
26 Mental Health Programs
28 What is NCHS? High school club open to all grades Promotes mental health and wellness Plan meetings, activities, and outreach to campus At least one advisor with a mental health background
29 NCHS Goals Promote the voices of students within the high school environment Increase awareness of mental health and wellness Promote acceptance for students experiencing emotional distress or a mental illness Improve school climate and student mental wellness through activities Inspire lifelong advocacy
30 NCHS is A place to learn about mental health and wellness An inclusive club-everyone is welcome! A group of young people passionate about creating a safe and supportive environment A group that works to reduce stigma on campus by being role models of acceptance and supportive behavior towards others
31 NCHS isn t A support or therapy group A place to get diagnosed About identifying or labeling others who may or may not have a mental illness
32 NCHS Resources Advisor and Student Manuals Advisor Technical Assistance/Coaching Webinars throughout the year NCHS Toolkit: Flyer templates; sample agendas and meeting minutes; meeting ideas, etc Mental Health Resource Guide Addresses mental health disorders Symptoms of most common mental illnesses How you can help What to do in an emergency situation Worksheets for clubs to identify campus- based, local, and national resources that can help those in need of services
33 Policies and Confidentiality Clubs are required to follow ALL school and district policies Advisors are mandated reporters so no promise of confidentiality Advisors and students are given resources and guidance on what to do if an emergency occurs
34 Club Activities
35 Ending the Silence (ETS) 50 minute presentation, designed for one high school class period Presentation delivered by a trained two-person team that includes a young adult sharing their story with mental illness Students given resources following the presentation on where to go for help or if they are concerned for a friend NCHS Clubs can bring ETS to campus to spread more awareness about mental illness
36 Directing Change Student film contest open to all high schools students and youth and young adults (ages 16-25) in California Two categories: Ending the Silence of Mental Illness and Suicide Prevention All films are 60 seconds long and multiple teams from one high school can enter
37 Advocate for Change Challenge all students to attend an Ending the Silence presentation Challenge all school staff to complete the Kognito At-Risk Online Simulation Challenge all students to complete the Friend2Friend online learning Deliver a student mental health presentation to local school board Host lunch time presentations about mental health and wellness Advocate for the inclusion of mental health into science/health curriculum Support or draft mental health bills Write letters to legislative staff
38 Let s See What the Training Looks Like
39 All clubs must attend a full day of training Training topics include: Mental health Stigma reduction How to be a friend Resources on campus and in community Club leadership Outreach/promotion Being an advocate Club management
40 NAMI on Campus High School (NCHS)
41 Activity: Club Ground Rules
42 Activity: Inclusive Club Flyer
46 Student Testimonials What was your favorite part of today? Getting closer with my group! Learning. [Learning] The new facts I didn t know Hearing other students! What are you most excited about after the training? Getting our club started. Tell people about it. I m excited about making other kids feel like they are not alone and that they do have resources. Bringing school wide activities to our campus and making mental illness known to our peers and classmates.
47 Get Involved! Know of a school that may be interested? Contact your local NAMI Affiliate; or Beth Larkins or Erik Villalobos at NAMI CA Local NAMI Affiliate, NAMI California and school advisor, and identified students take part in a 1 day training Schools must have identified an advisor with a mental health/social work background
48 Let s get California High School Students Talking about Mental Health
49 15-min online mental wellness peer support learning activity Created for high school students Includes a practice conversation with a virtual student Uses game mechanics to engage youth Lesson plans available for integration in Health and Language Arts Available at no cost to all California Public and Charter Schools 2015 Kognito. All rights reserved.
50 Friend2Friend Learning Objectives 01 Increase awareness of mental wellness and of signs that a peer might be suffering from psychological distress, including suicidal thoughts 02 Learn best practices for approaching friends that might be suffering from psychological distress and referring those students for support Increase awareness of support and resources available to students, both locally and nationally Decrease stigma and correct misconceptions surrounding mental health disorders 2015 Kognito. All rights reserved.
51 How it Works 1 Assume the role of a student and engage in a virtual conversation 2 Control the conversation by choosing what to say 3 Learn effective techniques to support, motivate help-seeking 4 Receive feedback throughout the conversation 2015 Kognito. All rights reserved.
52 Demonstration 2015 Kognito. All rights reserved.
53 How to Access Enrollment key: calfriend Access training program
54 2015 Kognito. All rights reserved. Create an Account
55 Additional Resources: NAMI California Ending the Silence CSHA Website: Youth Engagement Tools
56 Thank you! Reminder: All materials and a recording of this webinar will be available by the end of this week. Please respond to our evaluation as well.
57 Contact Information Monica Nepomuceno, MSW Erik Villalobos Molly Baldridge, MPH
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