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Safe Schools Healthy Students (SSHS) Summit 2017

SSHS Summit 2017
  SSHS Summit 2017
     
Dr. Jill Jackson, Ohio Department of Education, Molly Stone, Chief Bureau of Prevention Services, Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addition Services, James Allen Trevino, Safe Schools Healthy Students Program Administrator, Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addition Services and Dr. Michael Petrasek, Program Specialist for School Psychology and Behavioral Supports - Office for Exceptional Children, Ohio Department of Education.

June 6, 2017 | Quest Conference Center, Columbus, OH


Keynote Speaker: Dr. Holly Raffle, Ohio University
Leadership Panel: Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) and Ohio Department of Education (ODE) 

The 2017 Safe Schools Healthy Students (SSHS) Summit, hosted by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, the Ohio Department of Education and PreventionFIRST!,  provided school staff and behavioral health professionals the opportunity to learn about the successes of the SSHS federal grant that Ohio has been administering over the past four years.

The conference objectives were:

  1. Inform participants about system-based approaches for identifying behavioral health needs of students
  2. Demonstrate use of multi-tier system approaches and evidence-based practices.
  3. Provide practices for sustaining school and community partnerships and behavioral health services.
PowerPoint Presentations

Keynote SessionConnecting the Dots to Promote Safe Schools, Healthy Students, and Academic Success - Holly Raffle, PhD, MCHES, Ohio University Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs 
 
School Emergency Management Plan ORC 3313.536 - Kimberly Nagel, Executive Director, Ohio Department of Education   Why Culture Matters - Simone Crawley, Executive Director, Multiethnic Advocates for Cultural Competence (MACC)
     
Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS): What it is, What it is not... - Emily Jordan & Michael Petrasek, Program Specialists, Ohio Department of Education   Youth-Led Programs: Embracing Youth as Change Agents - Jessica Collura, PhD, Ohio University Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs
     
The 7 P's for Empowering Prevention in Schools - Mary Haag, RN, OCPC, ICPC, PreventionFIRST!
  Student Assistant Program: Project Highlights and Evaluation Outcomes - Harrison Hills Program Staff
     
OHYes! Methodology and State-level Results from SY 2015-2016 - Lara M. Belliston, Ph.D., OhioMHAS Office of Prevention   PAX - Improving Academic, Behavioral, and Lifetime Outcomes - Anya Senetra, Greene County Educational Service Center
     
Meeting the Social Emotional Learning and Development Needs of Young Children through Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation - Amanda Pollock, MSS, MLSP and Grace Schoessow, MS, ECMHC   NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Ohio Family and Children's Programs - Angela Schoepflin, NAMI Ohio
     
Care Coordination and School Based Mental Health Services in a Rural Setting - Paula Fry, Michelle Kannel and Ron Rittichier, NWOESC