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Module: 4.5.4 Cultivating Community Partnerships

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**THIS MODULE IS AVAILABLE FOR TRAINING DATES STARTING NOVEMBER 11, 2019.**

During this module, participants will gain an understanding of when a young person’s mental health needs require professional support, explore resources in their community and create an action plan to cultivate partnerships with resources in their community.

This module was developed as a part of the OST Professional Development Wellness Network.

In this training, participants will: 

Content Overview:

Pet of the Year

Participants will have an opportunity to practice advocating with one another. 

Role of Out-of-School Time Staff

Participants will review the differences between their role as an out-of-school time staff member and the role of a mental health professional when supporting a young person’s mental health and wellness.

Defining Community

Participants will identify and define their community to prepare them to think about the resources in their community that can support them. 

Community Mapping

Participants will spend time identifying and mapping resources in their community that can support a young person’s mental health and wellness.

Cultivating Partnerships: Action Planning

Participants will create an action plan to cultivate partnerships with the various resources in their community.

Training Length: 2 hours

 

 

 

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