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    Notice. Talk. Act.® at School

    Free Mental Health Professional Development Training That Empowers K-12 School Staff

    Identify and Support Your Students Who Have Mental Health Concerns

    Use our proven, evidence-based program to improve student mental health outcomes in your school, district, or region. The Notice. Talk. Act.® at School program has a 10+ year track record of success. It is used by more than 220+ school systems across the country.

    Notice. Talk. Act.® at School equips all adults who work in your school—administrators, coaches, custodial staff, food service staff, mental health staff, nurses, and teachers—with the right tools to make a difference in the mental health of your students.

    • Notice when students show early warning signs of mental health concerns.
    • Talk with students about mental health to engage and support them.
    • Act to refer students to the right kinds of resources they need and can access in your school or community.

    Why Commit to This Training for Your School?

    • No Cost: It's free via funding from SAMHSA.
    • High-Quality Content in Less Time: 30-40 minute online module and 1-2 hour in-person course.
    • Proven Track Record of Success: Data shows this training has potential to reduce truancy, increase referrals to support services, and more.

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    Schools Program Contacts

    Christopher Seeley, M.S.W.
    Program Director, School and Justice Initiatives
    Jeri Thuku, M.P.H.
    Program Manager, School and Justice Initiatives