Prevention and SEL Team Offerings and Resources

CASEL

CASEL: The Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning
SEL is how children and adults learn to understand and manage emotions, set goals, show empathy for others, establish positive relationships and make responsible decisions.

Team U.P. provides a variety of resources, such as Sources of Strength, Building Resilient Me, the Outrage, Success in the Middle, the Student Wellness and Prevention Framework, Prevention Consultation Services, Professional Development, as well as workshops and seminars facilitated by Team U.P.  Our intention is to provide both programming and resources that support students, teachers, parents, administrators, mental health providers, and community members, to access and add to their prevention toolbox.  



Here are links to our menu of offerings, supported programs, and community partner resources:

Student Wellness and Prevention Framework

Sources of Strength

Building Resilient Me

Suicide Prevention

Dating Violence Prevention and The Outrage

Substance Abuse Prevention

Bullying Prevention



Community Partner Resources and Offerings

All Health Network

Centura Health

Douglas County Sheriff's Office Y.E.S.S. Program

Douglas County Healthy Youth Coalition

Douglas County Youth Initiative

Kaiser

Let's Talk Colorado Mental Health Resources

Safe2Tell - Anonymous Reporting








 

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