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The WV ESMH Initiative exists so that every student in West Virginia can benefit from a school environment that supports social and emotional wellbeing to achieve his or her full potential. We hope these resources help accomplish that mission.
Attend this year’s virtual summit, Weaving a New Tapestry: Schools, Families, and Communities Together, to strengthen our collaboration and spark innovations with SEL.
October 12, 2022 - October 14, 2022 Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center - Charleston, WV and VIRTUAL 3 Days | 40+ Sessions | In Person and Virtual Exhibits | Networking OpportunitiesRegister for the 2022 West Virginia Handle With Care Conference both IN PERSON +...
The WV Sexual Violence Prevention Summit is an annual event that brings together over 200 individuals to discuss statewide and local prevention efforts in West Virginia communities.
Town Hall Meetings provide an overview of year 3 progress and solicit feedback regarding updates to the WV Substance Use Response Implementation Plan for year 4
Communities in Schools Leadership Town Hall 2022 is October 17-19 in Washington, D.C.
The Annual Conference on Advancing School Mental Health brings together leaders, practitioners, researchers, family members, advocates, and other stakeholders in the school mental health field to share the latest research and best practices.
A panel of youth will discuss issues they are facing – such as mental health, academic supports, and COVID-19.
Meaningful engagement and dialogue are the foundation for building effective school mental health systems that benefit our students.
September 13, 2022 - 11:00am - 12:30pm EasternHosted By: Central East ATTCRegistration Deadline: September 13, 2022 Description Through the "One Pill Can Kill" campaign the DEA is bringing awareness to the dangers of fentanyl, the threat of fake pills, and resources...
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month —a time to raise awareness of this stigmatized, and often taboo, topic.