44 min

Engaging Families Creating Positive Social Change with PRA

    • Health & Fitness

This series focuses on topics that can help schools and communities successfully design and implement school responder models. This episode, Engaging Families, is a continuation of our School Responder Model Podcast Series. This discussion will feature Jeff Vanderploeg and Jeana Bracey from the Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut as well as Susan Graham, an accomplished family engagement specialist.

The series was produced by NCYOJ with support from the National Institute of Justice.

The NCYOJ originally developed and maintained this podcast. The NCYOJ was operated by Policy Research, Inc. and operated from 2001 to 2022 and was formerly known as the National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice. The NCYOJ improved life opportunities for youth through systems and practice improvement initiatives.

This podcast should be viewed as a reference. It has not been updated since its publication. A transcript of this podcast is available at: https://www.prainc.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/NIJ_SRM_CHDI_EngagingFamilies-977140.pdf. This transcript has not been made 508 compliant. If you would like a 508 compliant version of this podcast’s transcript, please email communications@prainc.com.

This podcast was first shared in 2021.

This series focuses on topics that can help schools and communities successfully design and implement school responder models. This episode, Engaging Families, is a continuation of our School Responder Model Podcast Series. This discussion will feature Jeff Vanderploeg and Jeana Bracey from the Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut as well as Susan Graham, an accomplished family engagement specialist.

The series was produced by NCYOJ with support from the National Institute of Justice.

The NCYOJ originally developed and maintained this podcast. The NCYOJ was operated by Policy Research, Inc. and operated from 2001 to 2022 and was formerly known as the National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice. The NCYOJ improved life opportunities for youth through systems and practice improvement initiatives.

This podcast should be viewed as a reference. It has not been updated since its publication. A transcript of this podcast is available at: https://www.prainc.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/NIJ_SRM_CHDI_EngagingFamilies-977140.pdf. This transcript has not been made 508 compliant. If you would like a 508 compliant version of this podcast’s transcript, please email communications@prainc.com.

This podcast was first shared in 2021.

44 min