Parent Permission Form

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Teen Depression and Suicide

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AQUIRE Mental Health Event

Please see the flyer below about the upcoming AQUIRE (Accessing Quality Interventions & Resources for Everyone) Mental Health Event:

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Data Drive Decision Making

Please see the following Powerpoint presentation from the professional development class on 3/20/18 about Data Driven Decision Making:

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Grief Support Groups

Groups are open to anyone but registration is required for each group.  All groups are free, except the Healing With Horses group, which costs $50/participant that goes directly to Medicine Horse for the use of the horses. We have scholarships available if needed.

Kid and Parent Grief Support Group
Ages 6-12 and caregivers
Tuesdays 5:30-7
January 30-March 6
TRU Community Care Grief Services office
2593 Park Lane, Lafayette, CO 80026

Healing With Horses
Ages 6-18
Tuesdays 5:30-7
March 18-May 8
Medicine Horse Program
8778 Arapahoe Road, Boulder, CO 80303

Teen Grief Support Group
Ages 13-18
2nd and 4th Thursday of each month
TRU Community Care Grief Services office
2593 Park Lane, Lafayette, CO 80026

Youth Advocacy and Action Summit (YAAAS)

Hello Everyone,

I wanted to share an upcoming youth advocacy opportunity with you and the youth you work with. Several youth serving organizations serving the Denver Metro region have come together to plan the Youth Advocacy and Action Summit, YAAAS! The free summit will take place at the Lowry Conference Center on Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 10am-3pm. Youth will have the opportunity to engage in advocacy and leadership while building skills that will teach them to use the power of their voice to positively impact their community. See the flyer below for registration and more information about the event. You can also check out the Facebook event HERE. Thank you for your help and we look forward to seeing you at the summit.

Thank you,

Heather Crate, LSW

Boulder County Public Health

Inspire Youth Connections/OASOS Program Coordinator

Office: 303.678.6259


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Building Academic and S/E/B Progress for All Students (Free Webinar)

How do you structure a strong foundation for progress toward increasing academic outcomes and bettering school climate? How can you design a program that reduces referrals and minimizes the need for disciplinary action? Research and practice demonstrate that effective classroom management and student instruction in social, emotional, and behavioral self-management is a blueprint for success! Dr. Howie Knoff shares evidence-based approaches for helping all students learn and demonstrate effective interpersonal, social problem-solving and emotional coping, conflict prevention, and resolution. Join us for an engaging presentation and discover how to build staff confidence and students’ self-management skills.

When: Sept. 19, 2017, 11AM MT

Click HERE to register for the free webinar.

FBA and BIP Online Training Opportunity

Please click HERE to download a PDF.

Secondary Trauma Training

Please see the information below about an upcoming training opportunity called Identifying and Addressing Secondary Trauma in the Workplace:

This training is being offered to the IMPACT Partnership to help staff prevent and manage secondary trauma. There is also a session for supervisors to learn a trauma-informed supervision model to support staff. There are multiple dates and locations. See the attachment for more details  and click on the link below to register.

CSOC Scholarship Program Description

County Sheriffs of Colorado Scholarship Program

Click HERE to download a PDF version of this document