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December 6, 2016; Camp Hill, Pa.
Lifelines Intervention
Lifelines Intervention is a school-based three tiered intervention model to prevent suicide. The first tier involves early identification and assessment of at-risk students, the second tier includes referral to community resources for additional support services, and the third tier enhances protective factors which increase resilience and provide defense against stressors. This training will focus on the intervention tier of the model.

March 13, 2017; Harrisburg, Pa.
2017 Social and Emotional Learning Conference: Building Skills for Lifelong Success
Enjoy a motivating keynote address from Dave Levin, co-founder of KIPP New York, hear from state and national experts about the latest research in social and emotional learning, and learn about effective program models and promising practices.


Recorded Session
Bullying and Suicide: What Educators Need to Know
Presenters Dr. Sue Limber and Dr. Mary Margaret Kerr, experts in bullying and crisis prevention/response, address issues of adolescent suicide and bullying experiences. This webinar was hosted by the Center for Safe Schools with funding provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Highmark Foundation, and recorded May 26, 2011.


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Bullying Prevention
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