On-Demand | Supporting Students’ Mental Health Needs

On-Demand | Supporting Students’ Mental Health Needs

Date/Time: October 26, 2021, On-Demand
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Stress has been linked to substance use. If someone has a hard time coping with stress, it may play a role in their use of drugs or alcohol. Teens can learn to use healthy coping strategies to help build resilience in response to challenging circumstances and events.

With a global pandemic still ongoing and a less than normal school year, it’s more important than ever to equip our students with resources and strategies to care for their wellbeing.

In this webinar, you’ll hear from NIDA’s Brenda Curtis, Ph.D., MsPH, to learn more about the evolving challenges teens are facing and what research tells us can help you to meet your students’ needs.

Attendees will receive:

  • A certificate for 1 hour of professional learning
  • The Red Ribbon Week Toolkit with additional free resources focused on student mental health and prevention
  • Access to free digital prevention resources and ongoing training and support

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