RHY Resources

RHYTTAC Available Training

This document lists available training from RHYTTAC which addresses FYSB training requirements in the Final Rule as well as in Funding Opportunity Announcements.

RHYTTAC Training Addressing FYSB Final Rule Requirements.pdf

 

 

 

What Protects Against Delinquency? Connection.

A recent study examined whether connections to school, parent figures and neighborhoods impact the likelihood that young people who have been abused will engage in future violent and nonviolent criminal activity. Authors describe how to tell if a connection is protective in nature, as well as their effect on various subpopulations. RHY programs should consider ways of strengthening these ties for individual youth, and how to build a sense of neighbor-like community for RHY in transitional housing. Read the study.

 

How to Know When it’s Not Just Burn-out

This TEDTalk by Amy Cunningham describes signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue, how it differs from burn-out, and why it matters for helping professionals. RHY providers can use this video as a first step in self-assessment, to begin a conversation among colleagues, or to renew commitment to their own self-care practices. Watch the 12-minute video.

 

Learn How to Build Your Own Evidence Base

Organizations interested in proving a program approach is effective can now use a step-by-step process described by Child Trends in a series of five new videos. Designed to guide nonprofits through each stage of building a valid evidence base, the videos are accompanied by toolkits and other supportive resources. RHY providers testing innovative approaches can use the results to prove new efforts are worth continuing and to secure ongoing funding. View the video series.

 

Strategic Sharing Guide - Workbook for Youth

This workbook, developed by the Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, guides young people who have experienced traumatic life events in understanding whether and how to share their stories for the purpose of advocacy. Exercises prompt young people to think about their motivations for sharing, the risks and benefits, how to assess comfort with different audiences/venues, and how to stay safe when uncomfortable emotions or questions arise. RHY programs that share youth stories can use the workbook to prepare young people before they give consent. Download the free guide.

 

 
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