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Advocates for Youth Resources & tools for education professionals

GLSEN for Educators Resources for supporting LGBTQ+ students

Mental Health America: Teachers: Protecting Your Mental Health

Mental Health Instruction: Resource for providing mental health curricula and programs to students

PAVE provides support, training, information and resources to empower and give voice to individuals, youth and families impacted by disabilities.

School’s Out Washington supports the people and organizations that empower youth through expanded learning.

Stop Bullying (HHS): Bullying prevention resources

Student and Educator Mental Health: Protecting our school communities with mental health supports

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): Educator resources

Washington Education Association provides professional development and other resources for union members.

Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction – Educator Support: OSPI provides educators with resources and support as they move through their career and become leaders within their schools and communities. This page contains information about professional development opportunities, mentoring supports for new teachers, the Teacher and Principal Evaluation Program, educator awards and recognition, and more.

Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction – SEL provides resources on social emotional learning.

Welcoming Schools Bullying prevention and inclusive professional development training

Erin L. Wick, MBA, SUDP

Executive Director, Integrated Student Support – Intervention, Prevention, Treatment and Wellness | Capital Region ESD 113

o: 360-464-6849 | c: 360-789-8131

Hailey Shelton, MS, SUDPT

Behavioral Health Systems Coordinator | Capital Region ESD 113

o: 360-464-6879

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