Partnership with SDCOE

2021 School Summit @ Live Well Advance: November 17 & 18

This year’s School Summit featured the following informative sessions, led by an engaging group of speakers. Click image below for a link to the session recordings, available on the conference platform and the Live Well San Diego YouTube channel.

 

 

Wednesday, November 17

  • Cultivating Resilience & Mental Strength in the Time of COVID-19
  • Fentanyl & Naloxone
  • Centering Dignity Through Connectedness
  • Becoming A Model SARB: Strategies and Tips for Nailing the Application
  • Countywide ATOD Resources and Student Engagement Strategies
  • Using Partnerships to Cultivate Equity

Thursday, November 18

  • Health Literacy = Healthy Schools
  • Tackling Attendance: An MTSS Approach
  • Teen Relationship Violence and Digital/Technology Abuse 

     

Annual School Summit @ Live Well Advance

A prime example of a partnership to promote healthy schools is the collaboration between the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) and the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) that began in 2016 with the Annual Summit on Student Engagement and Attendance.   In 2017 and 2018, HHSA co-hosted the Summit  with SDCOE at a larger venue and coordinated a Wellness Provider Fair and breakout sessions. 

Beginning in 2019, the co-hosted Summit joined the successful Live Well Advance , an annual celebration of the progress and partners of Live Well San Diego. HHSA and SDCOE have collaborated each year  to provide a Schools Track for the Advance. More than 250 attendees participated in school-focused sessions to learn about County and community resources, and district best practices to address many of the root causes of absenteeism, including behavioral health, poverty and food insecurity, housing instability, student safety, alcohol, tobacco and other drug use, and student engagement.

HHSA and SDCOE continue to collaborate to support healthy school environments and provide resources to schools and districts. This growing partnership has already proved of great value in aligning priorities and strengthening ties between SDCOE, schools, HHSA, and community programs and services.

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