Resources for youth, families & professionals

This page provides informative resources on resiliency and children’s mental health. Look for our Resiliency Leadership Ohio logo to view resources created by Resiliency Leadership Ohio and our resiliency partners.

ResiliencyCenter for Innovative PracticesResiliency Tool Kit

Resiliency Toolkit Resource #1: Regulation Reboots
Resiliency Toolkit Resource #2: Enhancing Family Strength
Resiliency Toolkit Resource #3: Strengthening Attachments
Resiliency Toolkit Resource #4: Attunement or Feeling Felt
Resiliency Toolkit Resource #5: Validation and Valuing
Resiliency Toolkit Resource #6: Hope and Optimism
Resiliency Toolkit Resource #7: Contribution and Participation
Resiliency Toolkit Resource #8: Resiliency and Trauma Intervention
ResiliencyResiliency Brochure:
Resiliency Leadership Ohio brochure: Supporting Mental Health In Ohio’s Youth
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ResiliencyResiliency Principles of Care:
Youth-guided and family-driven principles for resiliency-oriented children’s mental health system.
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ResiliencyResiliency Consensus Statement:
Youth and family consensus statement on resiliency and children’s mental health.
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ResiliencyCenter for Innovative PracticesResiliency Powerpoint:
Insights on Resiliency: Utilizing Youth and Family-Based Evidence to Inform Policy and Practice.
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Center for Innovative PracticesRisk and Protective Factor Checklist:
Tool to assist providers in identifying youth and family risk and protective factor.
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Lista de Factores de Riesgo y Protección - Español (Spanish) Version
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ResiliencyCenter for Innovative PracticesProvider Resiliency Implementation Continuum:
Tool to assist children’s’ mental health providers in evaluating implementation of resiliency-oriented practices and policies agency-wide.
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Developmental Assets:

Search Institute’s Developmental Assets Lists.

[]Developmental Asset Lists for Adolescents (ages 12 - 18)
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[]Developmental Asset Lists for Middle Childhood (ages 8 - 12)
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[]Developmental Asset Lists for Grades K-3 (ages 5 - 9)
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[]Developmental Asset Lists for Early Childhood (ages 3 to 5)
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The list of 40 Developmental Assets® is reprinted with permission from Search Institute®. Copyright © 1997, 2006 Search Institute, 615 First Avenue NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413; 800-888-7828; The list may be reproduced for educational, noncommercial uses only. All Rights Reserved. The following are registered trademarks of Search Institute: Search Institute®, Developmental Assets®, and Healthy Communities • Healthy Youth®.

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Suicide Prevention Resources:
If you are in CRISIS call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation

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The Trevor Helpline
Free and confidential crisis and suicide prevention helpline for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth

Helpline: 1-866-488-7386

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

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The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline collaborate with Facebook to help those in crisis.

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School Safety Resources:

Safe School Hotline
Phone: 1-800-418-6423 Ext. 359

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