This Toolkit provides information for parents/caregivers on common mental health issues, warning signs and resources available. Its purpose is to help them understand how to advocate for their child and respond to concerning behaviors in a timely manner. The Toolkit is designed to be distributed through schools, pediatric offices, or mental health professionals.
The Toolkit is a comprehensive, yet concise, list of what to DO, what to ASK, and what to EXPECT.
ATTN PUBLIC SCHOOL STAFF!
Are you passionate about supporting the well-being of students and families? Did your school receive our Behavioral Health Toolkits?
Included in your delivery are enough toolkits to be distributed to the parents/caregivers of each 6th-grade student at the beginning of the 2023-2024 school year. There is also additional inventory for school counselors to hand out as needed throughout the year, regardless of grade level. We hope you find this Toolkit valuable and will help SPTS get it into the hands of parents and caregivers in your community! Find a recorded workshop here:
You are not alone.
Discover more about the Behavioral Health Toolkit with our Clinical Director, Susan Tellone
Behavioral Health Toolkit Goals Include:
INCREASE PARENTAL KNOWLEDGE
The Toolkit aims to increase parental knowledge of behavioral and emotional health issues and when to be concerned.
ASSIST PARENTS IN SPEAKING WITH THEIR CHILDREN
The Toolkit provides parents with conversational language to speak with their children about behavioral and emotional health issues.
The Toolkit highlights local and state resources for parents to be prepared.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE TOOLKIT OR TO PURCHASE FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION PLEASE CONTACT EMILY SULLIVAN AT [email protected] OR 732-410-7900.