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Friday, April 18, 2014

Free Resources for Counselors

Baltimore City Public Schools
Office of School Counseling
2007-2008
Free Resources for Counselors

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Directory of Community Resources for Baltimore City

Community Resource Manual
This directory is 61 pages.
 Print out your very own copy and enjoy!

Visit: 
http://www.schoolmentalhealth.org/
Resources/BaltDir/BaltDir.pdf

Mental Health Resources

This website includes local and national mental health resources for school- based staff.

Visit: 
www.schoolmentalhealth.org

Teaching tolerance and engaging students in activities to learn to working with people from diverse backgrounds

Founded in 1991 by the Southern Poverty Law Center, Teaching Tolerance provides educators with free educational Materials that promote respect for differences and appreciation of diversity in the classroom and beyond.

Visit:
www.teachingtolerance.org

or

www.tolerance.org

Go Girl Go Health Curriculum
(Educators kits)

The Go Girl Go! Project combines physical activity with an educational intervention that focuses on reducing and preventing health-risk behaviors.

Visit:
http://www.gogirlgo.com/cgi-bin/iowa/ggw/splash.html

National Center for Homeless Education at SERVE  Resources for homeless parents and students

This website includes information and resources for homeless parents and students. 

Visit:
www.serve.org/nche
And Annette White (City Schools Homeless Project Liaison)
(410) 396 - 8904

American Academy of Child
& Adolescent Psychiatry

There are 93 fact sheets for families to help children with a variety of mental health issues.

Visit:
www.aacap.org
Print them out and share with your school
communities and students and parents.

Advancing Technology for School Counselors

This website houses several resources for school counselors on-line from newsletter to lesson plans and scholarly journal articles.  There are a few items that are available for purchase such as CD ROMs and posters, but for the most part, everything is free.  

Check out:
www.schoolcounselor.com