Partnering to Support Student Mental Health in ... - Marshall

Partnering to Support Student Mental Health in ... - Marshall

Partnering to Support Student Mental Health in Your Schools April 13, 2016 WebEx: WV School Health Technical Assistance Center D R . B A R B B R A D Y , W V D E S C H O O L C O U N S E L I N G C O O R D I N AT O R , O F F I C E O F S T U D E N T A N D S C H O O L S U P P O RT S W V D E L E A D , W V E X P A N D E D S C H O O L M E N TA L H E A LT H S T E E R I N G T E A M J A C K I E P AY N E , S TAT E C O O R D I N AT O R W V P R O J E C T A W A R E W V A U T I S M T R A I N I N G C E N T E R AT M A R S H A L L U N I V E R S I T Y Todays Objectives: 1. Become familiar with a cross-systems framework that engages internal and external support systems to support positive student mental health in schools. 2. Become familiar with recent changes to WVBE-Policy 2315: Comprehensive School Counseling Programs and how to work with the school counselor within a multi-tiered system of supports, including crisis prevention and planning teams. 3. Acquire a broad understanding of Project Aware and the long term goals to support student

mental health in WV. 4. Take away examples from WV resources available to assist schools in supporting student mental health. Vision Every student in WV will benefit from a school environment that supports social and emotional well-being to achieve his/her full potential. WV Expanded School Mental Health Steering Team What we agree on . . . It takes a village

A cross-systems collaborative approach is critical to support WV students and improving emotional and behavioral health for academic success Schools and communities must work together for the education of our children. A multi-tiered system of student support is needed that connects students, home, school and community. Polices are in place to support student mental healtlh. Schools and community partners must work together to identify shared funding opportunities. What is ESMH? Expanded School Mental Health (ESMH) refers to programs that build upon the core services typically provided by schools. It is a three-tiered framework that: includes the full continuum of mental health services. ESMH emphasizes:

services and supports for ALL students critical link between mental health and academic success shared responsibility between schools and community providers meaningful involvement of parents and youth

evidence-based/best practices and programs continuous quality improvement 5 Multi-tiered System of Student Supports Treatment High-risk students Early intervention At-risk students

Prevention /MH promotion ALL students 6 Collaborative, Multi-tiered System of Student Supports (ESMH) Internal Supports External Supports Structures and systems within WV Schools

Structures, systems and programs within the community, district, RESA and state that support the ESMH framework (Examples: Comprehensive School Counseling Programs, SAT teams) and that support schools in implementing a multitiered system of student supports. are required by or supported by WVDE Policies It is a general expectation that these exist and aligned with best practices in all WV schools. Based on local needs and resources, schools collaborate with external stakeholders to support

student mental health. Collaborative, Multi-tiered System of Student Supports Internal Supports External Supports Policy 2315 Comprehensive School Counseling Program (CSCP) Policy 2510 Evidence and Standards-Based Advisory Integrated delivery of the WVSSS Student Assistance Teams (SAT) School Leadership Teams Personalized Learning

Policy 4373- Positive Approach to Discipline Early Warning System (ABC, Attendance, Behavior, Course failure) Professional Development opportunities RESAs

DHHR supported services and supports 6 Regional Lead Prevention Organizations Prevent Suicide WV/ASPEN ESMH Grants Regional Youth Service Centers Community Behavioral Health Providers School Based Health Centers WVATC Autism Center at MU PBIS MU SHTA Department of Rehabilitation Services Professional Development opportunities Community Schools Community In Schools Project AWARE Handle with Care (KidStrong Conference) & Student Success Summit

These are examples and not intended to be an inclusive list ESMH Integration into WVDE Policies Policy 2510: Assuring Quality of Education: Regulations for Education Programs Policy 2315: Comprehensive School Counseling Programs Policy 2425: Community Schools: Promoting Health, Safety, Well-Being and Academic Success of Students Policy 4373: Expected Behavior in Safe and Supportive Schools Comprehensive School Counseling Programs SEE ONE PAGER Four Primary Delivery Systems of WV CSCPs Personalized Education Planning Integrated Delivery of the Student Success Standards

Responsive Services Students Supports Integrated Delivery of the WV Student Success Standards Overarching Standards Academic and Learning Development Career Development and Life Planning Personal and Social Development Global Citizenship School-wide, universal approach to delivery prevention-based programs address these standards Facilitated by all staff in everyday learning Crosswalks available to core-content Responsive Services

Systemic referral systems Mental health crisis plans Group Counseling Individual Counseling Theory based (TA, Solution Focused, Reality Therapy, etc.) Short-term, brief Parent/Teacher Consultations Consultations with school staff, parents and community professionals Follow-up/collaborations with community partners Students Supports Academic supports Behavioral Supports Collaboration/shared leadership for other support programs (ESMH, PBIS, Bullying Prevention, attendance supports SAT, IEP, 504 student support role

Assisting leadership team with ensuring effective teams/structures are in place Outreach and linkage to community programs/resources Policy 2510: Assuring Quality of Education: Regulations for Education Programs Evidence- and Standards-based Advisory Required in all middle and high schools in WV Aligned with LINKS Advisory Framework All School can check alignment using this tool found on the LINKS website http:// Integrated Delivery of the WV Student Success Standards Early Learning PK-K 1-2 3-5

Middle Grades (6-8) High Schools (9-12) Sample Crosssystems programs and services within the WV ESMH Model Tier 2 Targeted: At Risk Students

Internal Supports External supports Either/Both Tier 3 Intensive: High Risk Students Specialized community/school groups Systems for students with high-risk factors (MSDT, IEP, Individualized counseling/therapy/treatment (i.e. 504, behavior support plans)

Trauma Focused CBT, Rational Emotional Therapy, etc.) Tele-Health Services SAT team referrals/development of student support/behavior plans 4373 Interventions, IEPs, 504s

Systems for Students with at-risk behaviors *Regional Youth Service Centers *Prevent Suicide WV/ASPEN *School-based Diversions Positive Behaviors and Interventions (PBIS) Early Warning System (ABC, Attendance, Behavior, Course failure) Crisis Intervention/Response ( Peer Support Programs (i.e. Conflict Mediation) Comprehensive School Counseling Programs

Crisis Interventions/Response Plans (referrals/interventions) Student Supports Responsive Services Skill Building/Specialized Groups (social skills, anger management, substance abuse, etc.) Handle with Care Assessment & referrals (nurses, pro officers, staff, community partners etc. ) Tier 1 Universal ALL Students Early Warning System (ABC, Attendance, Behavior, Comprehensive School Counseling Programs

Course failure) Integrated Delivery of the WVSSS (Academic and Learning Development, Career and Life Planning, School-wide Student Advisory Personal and Social Development, Global Citizenship) Support for Personalized Learning (SPL) Mental Health Crisis Prevention Plan *Prevent Suicide WV/ASPEN Student Supports Jason Flatt Act (Suicide Prevention Training for school Universal referral system for counseling personnel and Universal prevention)

services, SAT, etc. HB 2535 Code (Jaimes Law) Training for Students Communities Schools Approach 4373 Dispositions/Expected Behaviors Community Engagement in Prevention Best-practice Prevention Programs and Services (i.e. Too Trauma Informed/Mental Health First Aid Training for Good for Drugs, Signs of Suicide, PBIS, iLead, Second Staff & Providers Step) Universal Screening (i.e. SOS, CRAFFT, Strengths & Difficulties, SBIRT) Positive School Climate/Culture WV Project AWARE

Advancing Wellness and Resilience Education Now Is The Time A $9.7 million dollar Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administrations (SAMHSA) grant focuses on mental health needs of children, families and communities through the public school system over the next 5 years. WV Project AWARE Goals are twofold: 1. Address the mental health needs of children, youth, families and caregivers; 2. Assist communities with the implementation of Mental Health First Aid and Youth Mental Health First Aid programs. Project AWARE Purpose

Build and expand the capacity of schools to increase awareness of the mental health issues of schoolaged youth, Provide training for school personnel and other adults who interact with school-aged youth to detect and respond to mental health issues, Connect children, youth and families who may have behavioral health issues with appropriate services Promotes school-community partnerships to connect families to mental health services and Provide evidence-based programs supporting safe and supportive school and community environments using the Community Schools framework. Mental Health First Aid is the help offered to a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The first aid is given until appropriate treatment and support are received or until the crisis resolves. 19 Mental Health First Aid

What Course Participants Learn? Risk factors and warning signs of mental health concerns. Information on depression, anxiety, trauma, psychosis, and substance use. A 5-step action plan to help someone developing a mental health concern or in crisis. Available evidence-based professional, peer, and self-help resources. 20 WV Project AWARE Focus on students in PreK through grade 12, ages 3 to 21 years Three counties serve as the demonstration sites to guide the development of a statewide sustainable systems approach to improve mental health services using a community schools approach

Three demonstration LEA: Berkeley, McDowell and Wood Community Schools recognize that school and community partnerships are essential to student success Students are actively involved in learning and their community Families are involved with their childrens education Students are healthy physically, socially and emotionally Students live and learn in a safe, supportive, and positive environment Schools are engaged with families AND communities Schools become centers of the community and are open to everyone-all day, every day, evenings and weekends Using Multi-Tiered Interconnected Systems Framework for Student Success Developing a multi-tiered interconnected systems framework in order to leverage individual program

strengths linking: Community Schools Approach Mental Health First Aid School Climate and Culture Comprehensive School Counseling Programs Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Student Advisory Programs School-based Mental Health Services Evidence and Best-practice Approaches and programs Shared Responsibility (Internal/External Resources) Handle with Care ESMH Resources WV ESMH Website (Resources and Toolkits) Why ESMH? ESMH Info Brief #1

One-pagers Comprehensive School Counseling Programs Project Aware One Pager Youth Mental Health First Aid Community Schools WV School Health Technical Assistance Center Mental Health Resources DHHR/BBHHF Comprehensive Behavioral Health Centers Directory http:// %20Directory.pdf 24 Hour Substance Abuse & Mental Health Referral & Outreach Call center 1.844.HELP4WV (435-7398) National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1.800.273.TALK (8255) DHHR Suicide Prevention Resources for Schools Prevent Suicide WV Substance Free WV WVDE School Counseling Website LINKS Student Advisory Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) Questions/Comments What do you see as next steps in improving your ability to support student mental health in schools? Thank you!!!! Dr. Barb Brady [email protected]

School Counseling Coordinator, WVDE WVDE Lead, Expanded School Mental Health Steering Team Jackie Payne, MSW [email protected] State Coordinator, WV Project AWARE WV Autism Training Center, Marshall University

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