Mental Health

Read: Providing Multi-Tiered Mental Health Support After a School Tragedy

Providing Multi-Tiered Mental Health Support After a School Tragedy

For schools that choose to bring in community mental health professionals following a tragedy, there are two critical factors that must be considered.

Read: Campus Safety Conference Creates School Safety Buzz in Vegas

Campus Safety Conference Creates School Safety Buzz in Vegas

Last week’s Campus Safety Conference West provided valuable information to school officials and residents who are debating how to best spend money budgeted for school safety.

Read: Campus Safety Conferences Texas & East Provide Deep Learning, Fun Networking, and Innovative Technology Solutions

Campus Safety Conferences Texas & East Provide Deep Learning, Fun Networking, and Innovative Technology Solutions

CSC Texas is July 21-23 in Dallas, and CSC East is Aug. 6-8 in Charlotte, N.C.

Read: Parents of Rio Rancho School Shooting Suspect Facing Charges

Parents of Rio Rancho School Shooting Suspect Facing Charges

Authorities say the parents had a duty to secure the firearm their son used because he had previously threatened to shoot up the school.

Read: Campus Public Safety Officers’ Vital Role in Student Suicide Prevention

Campus Public Safety Officers’ Vital Role in Student Suicide Prevention

Here’s how school and university public safety officers can identify when a student is considering suicide and the question they can ask that can save lives.

Read: Planning for Volunteers and Donations After a Mass Violence Incident

Planning for Volunteers and Donations After a Mass Violence Incident

The flood of volunteers and donations that come in immediately after a mass violence tragedy can be overwhelming. Here’s how you can manage them more effectively.

Read: Therapy Dogs Featured in Marjory Stoneman Douglas Yearbook

Therapy Dogs Featured in Marjory Stoneman Douglas Yearbook

Fourteen therapy dogs were brought in to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School following last year’s mass shooting.

Read: Take This Quick Quiz to Test Your Mental Health Awareness

Take This Quick Quiz to Test Your Mental Health Awareness

Since 1949, May has been recognized as Mental Health Awareness Month. How much do you know about mental health in America?

Read: Douglas County to Put $10 Million Toward School Safety After STEM Shooting

Douglas County to Put $10 Million Toward School Safety After STEM Shooting

Douglas County commissioners unanimously voted Monday night to redirect the money using left over property tax revenue from 2018.

Read: Johns Hopkins is Creating a Center to Study School Safety and Health

Johns Hopkins is Creating a Center to Study School Safety and Health

The Center for Safe and Healthy Schools will focus on health and wellness, schools and community engagement and school security and technology.

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