Our early intervention framework is built to support Ohio’s youth and young adults with resources and tools for mental health and addiction services.
Accessing these resources and services should be simple and comprehensive. No youth and young adults should “fall between the cracks” of supports.
We believe in an “no wrong door” approach in delivering these resources and services.
SAMHSA developed a guide that shares ways communities can promote wellness. In addition to creating socially inclusive environments and partnerships, communities also can reach out to local media organizations and public opinion leaders to encourage wellness events and further their impact.
SAMHSA’s guide addresses organization-level interventions to prevent burnout. This includes current research supporting these strategies and examples of programs that implemented these interventions to address workforce burnout.
This brief is about one definition of trauma-informed leadership and two strategies to invest and improve leadership in your organization.
Erin’s Law requires that Ohio schools implement a developmentally appropriate child sexual abuse prevention program for grades K-12 These downloadable documents provide information about the law and sources for training.
SAMHSA created this guide to provide instructions, tips, and resources regarding how to implement a trauma-informed approach across multiple domains, including workforce development, physical environment, and more.
Find a Health Center helps you search for HRSA-funded health centers by inputting your zip code. Health centers are local clinics that provide preventive and primary care services in underserved areas, offering medical, dental, mental health, and other health care needs.
The Ohio Department of Education and Attendance Works has developed a guide to address chronic absenteeism and possible barriers preventing students from attending school. The guide recommends developing a multi-tiered approach and provides strategies schools and districts can utilize to support students and improve school attendance.
This Fact Sheet reviews possible evidence-based treatment options for people with Prolonged Grief Disorder.
Ohio is dedicated to providing access to behavior health and services to all young people ages 10 through 25. This site collects a variety of resources and services for youth and young adults and the people who support them.
Used by schools, families, youth and young adults, and healthcare providers.
Available to all stakeholders.
Short, bit-sized courses to learn how help youth and young adults with behavioral health.
Find resources to community partners.
We’ve designed resources for a variety of stakeholders. That said, we tend to bucket users into the following categories:
Yes! Any resources designed for the One Right Door are free to use, download, and share. Some are even adaptable!
Simply add the item to your cart! Many of these items are downloadable in realtime.
Absolutely not! We encourage any and all to use the resources they find helpful.
As a state initiative, we ask users to register for accounts so that we can have extra information on what all stakeholders need. We use this data to shape future resources for Ohio citizens.
Abre is a whole child platform used in K-12 schools. It is a modern data solution that helps grow students, their families, staff, and their communities.
No. These resources are independent of Abre.
That said, many of these resources integrate with Abre and directly serve the learning community.