Community organizations offer students more opportunities to practice SEL skills they are learning at home and during the school day.
Community partners might include:
Parent Guidance offers caregivers dozens of educational courses related to mental health, developmental milestones, emotion regulation and more.
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Behavioral Health support.
The Idaho CareLine is a free, statewide community information and referral service. This database includes programs that offer free or low-cost health and human services.
Schools, Families, and Social and Emotional Learning: Ideas and tools for working with parents and families.
Improving the quality of life for all those affected by mental illness through support, education, advocacy and research across the state.
WhyTry has developed a course on building resiliency in parents, children and families.
PBS KIDS is offering free access to media content and community based experiences that support learning and growing for young children.
The Child Mind Institute is dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders by giving them the help they need to thrive. Available in Spanish
Play at Home is a guide for caregivers to engage children in physical activities while teaching essential social and emotional skills.
From Teen to Grown Up: Helping your teen build life skills that bring success in college and their career.