The National Indian Health Board Resource Guide provides this information for tribal communities to examine community-based prevention practices and to learn strategies and lessons for the effective implementation of prevention programs.
This manual from SAMHSA lays the groundwork for community-based suicide prevention and mental health promotion plans for American Indian and Alaska Native teens and young adults. It addresses risks, protective factors, and awareness, and describes prevention models...
These resources from the Suicide Prevention Resource Center provide information on how to assess, understand, and measure how ready a community is to address issues, including suicide, and how to use that knowledge to stimulate change.
A list of resources for supporting youth as they transition to adulthood. Child Welfare Information Gateway.
A list of resources for child welfare professionals to learn about engaging youth in authentic and effective ways. Child Welfare Information Gateway.
A six-part series from the Center for States encouraging child welfare agencies to build capacity and better engage current and former foster youth and integrate their voices at all organizational levels.
Position statements and policy recommendations for adoption related child welfare issues. From the North American Council on Adoptable Children.
Interested in conducting a youth listening session within your community? From goal setting and coordination to taking action, this toolkit offers tested strategies and tips on how to engage youth in meaningful ways. From the Office of Population Affairs.
The John H. Chafee Foster Care Program for Successful Transition to Adulthood (Chafee program) provides funds to states, territories, and Indian tribal entities (states) with material and other supports for current and former...