Program Framework and Key Alignments
1N5’s continuous improvement process helps schools create a strong foundation for systemwide student mental wellness.
Below outlines how 1N5’s Strategic Mental Health Education & Wellness Framework aligns with the Ohio Improvement Process (OIP), Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), and the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF).
Education and Programming Solutions
Below is an overview of our simple process to provide the right fit for you.
1N5 School Partnership Program process is:
- Effective for your students, faculty and administration
1N5 is pleased to offer the following services to school partners.
1N5 is committed to reducing barriers to mental health education and providing services to all schools.
Needs Assessment and Climate Survey
(initial step of our process)
A comprehensive look at school climate involving data collection from students, staff, and caregivers. Plus, a review of all school mental health programs in place. Based on that data and consultation with the school, a comprehensive plan is recommended for the school or district.
On-going Long-Term Support
(this step of our process is to monitor and adjust the solution set if/as needed)
Regular meetings to assist with planning, implementing, and evaluating outcomes.
Training and Programs
Below are a set of training and programs available. A set of the below programs/training will be recommended after the Needs Assessment and Climate Survey.
Wellness Programs (from 1N5)
Recharge and Reconnect – an interactive presentation designed to support the emotional well-being of teachers. Acknowledges challenges, celebrates success, fosters connections, and nurtures wellness.
Wellness Campaign – working with the school wellness group to coordinate ongoing wellness programs and activities for staff.
Mindfulness Coaching for Teachers – monthly sessions to teach the basic components of a mindfulness practice. 30-Minute sessions.
Building Resilience and Protective Factors – a one hour presentation/discussion on how to build resiliency. An upstream look at protective factors and how to build those into a healthy lifestyle. This training is good for all audiences including students, staff, and parents.
Expert Speakers for Youth, Staff, and/or Parent—Expert speakers to present (virtually or in-person) to youth, staff, and/or parents on topics including but not limited to signs and symptoms of mental health disorders, self-care, resilience, internet safety, mindfulness, stress management.
Mental Health 101 for Youth, Staff, and/or Parent—Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. This presentation introduces statistics around mental health, the mental health continuum, warning signs, supporting others, local and national resources, and tips for staying mentally healthy. 30, 45, & 60 minute sessions available.
State of Mind Video Series—A series of videos to promote mental health & wellness for educators, caregivers, and youth.
QPR for staff—Designed to teach teachers, coaches, mentors, or anyone in a position to prevent suicide, how to help save a life. 1½-2-hour session.
QPR for parents—Designed to teach parent and caregivers, or anyone in a position to prevent suicide, how to help save a life. 1½-2-hour session.
Sources of Strength—The mission of Sources of Strength is to provide the highest quality evidence-based prevention for suicide, violence, bullying, and substance abuse by training, supporting, and empowering both peer leaders and caring adults to impact their world through the power of connection, hope, help, and strength. Sources of Strength moves beyond a singular focus on risk factors by utilizing an upstream approach for youth suicide prevention. This upstream model strengthens multiple sources of support (protective factors) around young individuals so that when times get hard, they have strengths to rely on. Training—4 hours each for adult advisors and students plus ongoing check-ins. Currently being funded by CARE Act funding in the State of Ohio.
Signs of Suicide – The Signs of Suicide Prevention Program (SOS) is a universal, school-based depression awareness and suicide prevention program designed for middle school (ages 11–13) or high-school (ages 13–17) students. The program includes a student screening that assesses for depression and suicide risk and identifies students to refer for professional help as indicated. The program also includes a video, Training Trusted Adults, to engage staff, parents, or community members in the program’s objectives and prevention efforts. This program is in conjunction with the mental health partner. Program and screening time—1 Hour. Completion of evaluation and student contact—time will vary.
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