As part of this initiative, participating school districts and schools form school level REACH teams, attend professional learning collaboratives, complete a Trauma-Responsive Schools needs assessment, and develop a trauma-responsive school action plan. Teams receive coaching support to implement their action plan.
Schools participating in REACH also have an opportunity for school staff to join a REACH Community of Practice (CoP). In these communities, participants share ideas, challenges and successes and engage in meaningful collaboration.
Through the REACH Learning and Resource Hub, provides free, virtual on-demand learning and education resources to help educators, clinicians, parents, and caregivers better support the mental health and resilience of the children and youth in their communities.
If you are interested in becoming a REACH school, please visit www.childhoodresilience.org/participate and complete the participation form.
If you have any questions, please contact REACH@luriechildrens.org