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CSBH has partnered with Children at Risk and the Tahirih Justice Center to research and analyze the impact recent immigration enforcement policies are having in our schools in order to design and implement support for affected teachers, students and families.  We are currently searching for parents of refugee or immigrant students to participate in a focus group with the Center for New American Children at Children at Risk.  For more information, please consult the pilot project overview as well as this information from UCLA's Civil Rights Project.  Contact Yael Ross, Director of the Center for New American Children, at with questions or interest.
Advocacy organization Vox Culture is hosting its 3rd annual VOX Beer Summit at Eureka Heights Brewing Company on Friday, February 15th, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m to introduce its 2019 focus on the topic of mental health. Come out to meet Vox Culture's creative and community partners for the year: Mental Health America of Greater Houston, Comcare, and the Houston Grand Opera.  The groups will present information pertaining to their work, the current mental health challenges and stigmas Houstonians face, what more needs to be done to give proper support, and creative methods to raise awareness.  The event is free, but due to limited space, please RSVP here
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: Spotlight on Exploitation
February 7, 2019

UT Health
This workshop will provide child welfare stakeholders knowledge & resources to address, combat, and prevent the exploitation and trafficking of youth in the child welfare system. Free CEUs. Register here.
ADDA-SR 31st Annual Conference: Leading the Way in ADHD & Comorbid Conditions
February 9, 2019

Houston Community College
This conference is designed for families, mental health professionals, educators, and adults with ADHD and comorbid conditions.  Experts in the field will present 22 breakout sessions based on the latest research.  For more information, click here.
February 23, 2019
United Way of Greater Houston
February 27-28, 2019
Region 4
Region 4
April 19-21, 2019
Life HTX

April 27, 2019
Hogg Middle School
Upcoming Events
Good Grief for Helping Professionals

February 7th
Bo's Place
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Read More
Integrating a Trauma Perspective
February 7th & 8th
UHGCSW &Bo's Place
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Read More
Trans 101: Working with Transgender Clients

February 15th
The Preserve
8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Read More
School-Based Policing Incorporating Restorative Practices

February 15th
Region 4
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Read More
The Spiritual Lives of Grieving Children

March 1st
Bo's Place
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Read More
Have an event or resource you think people should know about? Send it to Josephine Engels.

The Council on Recovery
Trauma Sensitive Schools Training Package
The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments has created free resources for adopting a trauma sensitive approach at the school and district level. Learn more at the above link. 

Resources in Response to School Shootings
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network has developed resources to help families and communities in the wake of school shootings. Access the resources at the link above. 

New Edition Published of "After a Suicide: A Toolkit for Schools"
The Suicide Prevention Resource Center's new guide has information and tools that middle and high schools can use to help the school community cope and reduce suicide risk. Download the guide at the above link. 
The Center for School Behavioral Health at Mental Health America of Greater Houston serves as a “living laboratory” for incubating innovative, cost-effective and replicable best practices to improve the behavioral health of students by facilitating collective action; providing highly specialized professional development opportunities, technical assistance and community education; and conducting research, advocacy, and policy analysis. Read More.      

The School Behavioral Health Collaborative engages school district personnel, behavioral health providers, advocates, education-related and child-serving agencies, parents, and other stakeholders in collaborative efforts to improve the prevention, identification and treatment of behavioral health issues among youth. Learn more here or email Natalie Fikac.
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