This fact sheet focuses on the incidence of unintentional injury deaths for adolescents in South Dakota ages 14-19. It explains that from 1999 to 2010 unintentional injuries were the nation’s leading cause of death in age groups 1 to 44, that motor vehicle traffic was the leading cause of unintentional injury deaths in the United States and in South Dakota, and from 1999-2010 the death rate from motor vehicle traffic for the 14 to 19 age cohort in the United States was 19 per 100,000, and 33 per 100,000 in South Dakota. It emphasizes that South Dakota exceeds the nation for all age groups and…
This information brief provides data and other facts about the promotion of mental health, prevention of mental illness, and how to promote awareness, early identification, access to treatment, crisis response, and recovery supports. It helps educate and inform community conversation participants and facilitators about mental health issues. (Author abstract modified)
This discussion guide provides a resource to help guide participants and facilitators through a one-day community conversation. It offers a framework for holding a successful and productive conversation. The discussion guide includes: discussion questions, sample views about mental health, process suggestions, facilitator tips, and individual and community follow-up steps. (Author abstract modified)
This planning guide provides tools to help people hold a one-day community conversation. Includes information for planning conversations, recruiting and training facilitators, recruiting conversation participants, and identifying steps participants may want to take in order to raise awareness about mental health and promote access to mental health services. (Author abstract modified)
Proporciona datos y otra información sobre la promoción de la salud mental, la prevención de las enfermedades mentales y la forma de promover la concientización, la identificación temprana, el acceso al tratamiento, la respuesta ante una crisis y la asistencia para la recuperación. El resumen de información ayuda a educar e informar a los participantes y facilitadores del conversatorio comunitario sobre los problemas de salud mental. (Author abstract)
Proporciona herramientas para ayudar a las personas a organizar un conversatorio comunitario de un día. Incluye información para la planificación de los conversatorios, el reclutamiento y la capacitación de facilitadores, el reclutamiento de participantes en el debate y la identificación de medidas que pueden tomar los participantes para crear conciencia sobre la salud mental y promover el acceso a los servicios de salud mental. (Author abstract)
Proporciona un recurso para guiar a los participantes y facilitadores en un conversatorio comunitario de un día. La guía de discusión ofrece una estructura para llevar a cabo un conversatorio exitoso y productivo. La guía de discusión incluye:
-Preguntas para el debate
-Ejemplos de puntos de vista sobre la salud mental
-Sugerencias para el proceso
-Consejos para el facilitador
-Pasos de seguimiento individual y comunitario (Author abstract)
Presented in English and in Spanish, this personal safety guide is designed to assist unaccompanied minors living in the United States. Information is provided on the wide variety of people who living the United States and ways young people can show respect for other people and their belongings, respect for individual space, and respect for other people's bodies. The guide also discusses being kind to friends, avoiding bullying, ways to handle strong feelings, and living with respect.
Presented in English and in Spanish, this guide is designed to assist unaccompanied adolescents living in the United States. Information is provided on the wide variety of people who living the United States and ways young people can show respect for other people and their belongings, respect for individual space, and respect for other people's bodies. The guide reviews characteristics of healthy relationships and also discusses being kind to friends, avoiding bullying, ways to handle strong feelings, and rights of unaccompanied minors.
Deployment and its possible consequences, including a service member's injury, psychological trauma, or death, put considerable strain on military children and families. Most of them are resilient in the face of this adversity. Still, the psychological distress they experience can reverberate through the family, impairing the healthy functioning of parents and children alike. As a nation, we owe these families a system of care that emphasizes not just treatment but also prevention, helping them draw on their own resources for resilience, as well as those of their communities. We propose a…