Do you need more resources for substance abuse prevention training? Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center (RMPHTC) and Prevention Technology Transfer Center Network (PTTC) is ready to help. RMPHTC is part of the CU-Anshutz and has local trainings. The PTTC is funded through SAMHSA and Colorado is part of the Mountain Plains PTTC, however, all of the PTTC's and trainings are available.
As a teacher, you are used to seeing students at school. Your gut tells you when something might be wrong - a student isn't safe at home or a parent is struggling. Virtual teaching has changed the school environment, but your instincts are still the same.
The Center received a grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance to work with the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) at CU Boulder, to refine the Colorado Threat Assessment & Management Protocol (CTAMP) and training. The Center is accepting applications for pilot sites to assist the Center with a threat assessment project.
Even though it is not yet spring, the Center is already making plans for the October 22nd and 23rd annual Safe Schools Summit. Once again, it will be held at Adams 12. The four plenary speakers are already confirmed.
The Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management is happy to announce the availability of funds through the School Access For Emergency Response (SAFER) Grant Program created by the Colorado State Legislature's SB18-158.