February 16th | 11:00 AM PST
Schools across the country are seeing the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on student well-being and school climate, and are struggling to find effective and efficient ways to address student well-being.
Join us on February 16th at 11:00AM PST for a webinar where our panelists will share how a successful strengths-based universal screening, brief intervention and referral to services (SBIRT) program has helped school districts identify students in need of support and streamline services to improve efficiency and outcomes.
Discover how your school or district could find some potential funding resources and do the same.
- Share 3 years of experience from a large scale school-based SBIRT project (over 50 schools) in King County, Washington.
- Present an evidence-based, Digitally Empathetic and empowering screening tool that identifies and triages students at risk, and produces reports to help districts understand school wide concerns and make program and policy decisions.
- Describe the impactful SBIRT model and how the step-by-step Implementation Playbook enables schools to effectively implement universal SBIRT in their districts.
Evan Elkin is the Executive Director of Reclaiming Futures, a national organization working at the intersection of public health, justice and equity in youth serving systems like schools, child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
Margaret Soukup, MFT works for King County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Division. She is managing an innovative School-based SBIRT initiative in approximately 50 middle schools across King County.
Dr. Sandy Whitehouse
Dr. Sandy Whitehouse, a pediatrician, is the Chief Medical Office at Tickit Health, an award winning digital health company founded to enhance the communication between patients, students, schools and providers.
To learn more about Tickit Health’s solutions for education, click here.