Services and Supports
Take action to ensure every child, including immigrant youth and young people of color, receives what they need to succeed and thrive.
How it works
Support a range of programs and services designed to strengthen families and promote protective factors.
Learn ways to improve school climate, through restorative practices and trauma-informed schools. Increase access to quality food and basic needs.
To support educators and health, youth, and family professionals we leverage the knowledge and talents of our staff and the diverse stakeholders working on behalf of children and families in Alameda County. We support the field through four main strategies:
Tools and resources that capture lessons learned, illustrate best practices, and increase capacity of others to do high quality school health initiatives.
Learning Communities that support, sustain and improve the work through peer learning and sharing of best practices.
Coaching and consultation on building school health systems and/or strengthening practice.
Workshops that support quality practice in the six solution areas.