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Behavioral health needs in afterschool & summer programming: Equipping programs to support Georgia's youth

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This report focuses on how high quality afterschool and summer learning programs, including school, community, and faith-based programs as well as federally funded 21st Century Community Learning Centers and the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services' Afterschool Care Program serving school-aged youth can be vital partners in supporting the behavioral health needs of youth; insights from five behavioral health round table discussions conducted by the Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network (GSAN) to identify strategies, tools, and resources needed for programs to better serve youth; a spotlight on collaboration between afterschool and school based behavioral health services; and recommendations to maximize the opportunities and advantages offered by these programs to the youth of Georgia. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Georgia

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