Center for Safe Schools Offers Supports for School Mental Health and Safety and Security Grants
Center for Safe Schools welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with you on your 2022-23 School Mental Health and Safety and Security Grants according to your individual needs and offers the following related services:
- Act 44 Approved Safety and Security Assessments to identify the individual needs for products or services related to this grant.
- Behavioral Threat Assessment (CSTAG).
- In-person and virtual professional development for administrators, teachers and staff.
- Emergency Operations Planning.
- Bus Safety.
- Violent Intruder Survival.
- Trauma-Informed Practices in Schools.
- Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Best Practices.\
- Cybersafety and Digital Citizenship.
- Improving School Climate/Culture.
- Bullying Prevention.
- Self-Care for Adults.
- Olweus Bullying Prevention Program.
- Youth Mental Health First Aid.
- Suicide Prevention.
- I Can Problem Solve Training and Consultation Services.
- Belonging, Equity and Inclusion.
- Program Evaluation Data Analysis.
- Customized Presentations.
We also encourage grant applicants to set aside funds in their proposed budget for school staff to attend the School Safety Summit, Nov. 1 – 2, 2022, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and the 2023 National Social and Emotional Learning Conference (estimated up to $500 per person, plus travel), to be held in 2023.
Other Center for Schools and Communities initiatives, such as Pennsylvania Statewide Afterschool/Youth Development Network, Center for the Promotion of Social and Emotional Learning and Multilingual Education can provide resources and services for inclusion in your grant. Services include coordination with evidence-based afterschool programs, social and emotional learning training, and cultural competence and equity training.