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School and Community Programs

Program Outcomes

About Our Outcomes

School and Community Programs utilize interventions that are grounded in scientific research and proven to help children and adolescents with mental health.

Since 2012, we have engaged nearly 2.1 million students, parents, teachers, and mental health professionals across over 9,000 schools in New York City, the San Francisco Bay Area, and across the United States. We gather our own data before and after each intervention to evaluate the impact of our programs on students.

Direct Care Outcomes

Direct Care Outcomes

Professional Training Outcomes

Professional Training Outcomes

  • Educators that participate in our MHSB training program report that it is helpful, collaborative, and successfully prepares them to implement the curriculum.
  • Students who receive the MHSB curriculum from trained educators report improved ability to handle problems and stressors.
  • School-based mental health staff who participate in our intervention training programs (TTGS, DBT-GS, BSI) report that the trainings are extremely helpful, supportive, and successfully prepares them for implementation through consultation.
  • Students who participate in mood and trauma treatment groups conducted by trained school-based mental health staff, report decreases in depression and PTSD symptoms.
  • Students who participate in behavior treatment delivered by trained school-based mental health staff see gains in appropriate behavior, as reported by parents.
Video Resource Outcomes

Video Resource Outcomes

  • Our Healthy Minds, Thriving Kids resources have reached over 1.8 million students and 100% of all California education districts.
  • 84% of educators reported that their students found the videos interesting to watch.
  • 86% of educators gave the resources high marks for quality and content.
  • 82% of educators reported that they are likely to use the materials with students.

Guiding Values

See how our team is committed to increasing equity in mental health care, following scientific evidence, and building collaboration with schools and communities.

Our Programs

School and Community Programs empower communities to provide effective support for students and educators.