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We work with public schools in New York City’s highest-need communities to provide critical social and emotional supports for the hardest-to-reach youth and to systematically build schools that are safe, successful and conducive to learning.
3 Ways to Boost Student Well-Being and Lower Stress How a sixth-grade teacher promotes student wellness by emphasizing self-reflection, kindness, and safe space.
Karaoke Friday 3/18/22 P.S./I.S. 308 has established Fun Fridays to get our scholars pumped about coming to school. Enjoy watching our amazing scholars show their talent during kar...
"SEL and mental health are not the same, but SEL can promote positive mental health and should be implemented as part of a system of mental wellness supports and resources that include promotion, prevention, early intervention and treatment. This type of coordination is now promoted by states, local districts, and federal programs with intentionality."
Read more about the essential skills children gain from SEL for managing emotions, problem-solving, building relationships, and navigating communities below:
How the pandemic made social-emotional learning more accessible These skills are essential for managing emotions, problem solving and building relationships, an expert writes in honor of International SEL Day.
🌎Today is World Teen Mental Wellness Day.🧠
During the pandemic the issue of teen/student mental health has come to the forefront, as after remote learning, loss, and uncertainty, there is increased suicidal ideation, fighting among peers, and anxiety.
At CIS we have always know that teen social-emotional wellness is just as important as academic performance. For resources to address teen mental health in school and at home, visit our Partners in Healing website at partnersinhealing.counselinginschools.org or visit our website for more info & resources.
How can K-12 become a great equalizer? These 3 factors are key During a session at SXSW EDU, experts discussed the role of elected leaders, partnerships and more in expanding opportunities for all students.
One of Partnership with Children's Social Workers, Sharon Huffman, was featured in the Anti-Violence Projects (AVP) 40 Change Makers highlight!
Thank you, Sharon, for sharing your story. You are an inspiration! It is an honor and a privilege to have you on our team. https://avp.org/40-change-makers-shay-huffman/
40 Change Makers: Shay Huffman - NYC Anti-Violence Project 40 Change Makers: Shay Huffman's Profile
The Center for Arts Education Arts education is strongly associated with lower dropout rates and higher graduation rates, regardless of socio-economic status. CAE’s evidence-based programming in dance, music, theater and visual arts (the core areas required by the state of New York) improves literacy as well as the social, emo...
Thank you to our social workers who work every day to create an enriching school environment where children can achieve their academic goals and develop the social and emotional skills to help them flourish. You are an inspiration!
Happy Social Emotional Learning Day! Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) is proven to help youth increase self-awareness and confidence, increase academic success, improve relationship-building skills, and decrease emotional distress. At PWC, we make students' social-emotional well-being our top priority.
Happy International Women's Day! Today and every day, Partnership with Children honors the incredibly inspiring and dedicated women who work across our organization!
Check out some exciting career opportunities @partnershipwithchildren including teaching 🧑🏾🎨🌈🎨positions! This brilliant org. strengthens the emotional, social, and cognitive skills of vulnerable children in NYC to help them succeed in school, society, and life. Link to their careers page: https://partnershipwithchildren.org/careers/
This month, Partnership with Children honors and celebrates Black history. Black history is American history, and as an organization, PWC prioritizes culturally-responsive education and strives to elevate the voices of our students and those who have been marginalized or silenced.
Access to quality mental health services within our school systems is imperative. Partnership with Children is committed to dismantling the barriers Black youth face to receiving mental health services by placing full-time, master-level social workers in our community schools who provide trauma-informed counseling and work to strengthen students' social-emotional skills. Click the link in our bio to learn more about the vital services we provide for children throughout NYC.
In honor of National School Counseling Week, Partnership with Children recognizes and celebrates the critical support counselors provide for our students. PWC works with schools to ensure that schools have quality mental health services, training, targeted programming, consultation support, family engagement, and community outreach to make them enriching environments that best serve all students and their families. Thank you for all that you do!
Black History Month Lessons & Resources | NEA Integrating African-American culture & history into your curriculum
Who Helps the Helpers? SEL for School Counselors’ Mental Health - ASCD Stress is nothing new to school counselors. But as they continue to shoulder the tremendous responsibility of helping young people heal from the momentous events of the past year and ongoing traumas, education leaders need to renew a focus on school counselors’ well-being. Although nearly all educ...
Partnership with Children is pleased to announce our new Chief Executive Officer, Wesner Pierre, who brings more than twelve years’ experience serving children and families across New York City. Welcome, Wesner, to the PWC family!
Read the full announcement here: https://partnershipwithchildren.org/partnership-with-children-names-wesner-pierre-as-chief-executive-officer/
Join our very own, Shequila Fluellen from Project Hope/Partnership with Children and Barbara Bonhomme from Puerto Rican Family Institute to find school and community-based mental health resources for youth.
Learn what to do if you are worried about your child’s behavior or state of mind, how anxiety affects children at different ages, and where you can get help. Get your questions answered today!
For more information or to register, click the link below or call 718.253.4948
Mental Health Resources for Children, Teens and Their Families A Zoom Workshop Join Liz Rendon from Project Hope and Barbara Bonhomme from Puerto Rican Family Institute to find school and community based mental health resources for youth. Learn What to do if you are worried about your child’s behavior or state of mind. How anxiety affects children at differen...
NY Project Hope is here to connect you to the resources in your neighborhood. Let us know what you need. Connect yourself or your loved ones by calling 212-689-9500 ext 314 Mon-Fri 8am to 4pm OR 844-863-9314 seven days a week 8am to 10pm.
Today, we honor the life and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. King's legacy continues to guide our work at Partnership with Children as we are committed to making education for NYC children more equitable. How are you honoring his legacy today?
Struggling with your child? Project Hope is here to support parents by connecting them to resources. Let us know what you need. Connect yourself or your loved ones by calling 212-689-9500 ext 314 Mon-Fri 8am to 4pm OR 844-863-9314 seven days a week 8am to 10pm. NY Project Hope
"There are no easy solutions to create a healthy environment for everyone and build sustainable supports for children—but we do know that we need to step up to “help the helpers...”
Read more of Partnership with Children's Chief Program Officer Angela Jefferson's opinion piece published in the Gotham Gazette below!
To Meet Children’s Mental Health Crisis, Support Our Social Workers Helping children through a pandemic (photo: Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office) The Surgeon General’s rare public advisory made official what we as social workers have known for 22 months – that the pandemic has accelerated a mental health crisis for children. The American Academy of Pe...
Happy holidays from the Partnership with Children family to yours! As we look ahead to 2022, we hope you will continue to walk with us as we work relentlessly to give children the supports they need to thrive.
Every day, thousands of New Yorkers overcome enormous challenges to build better lives, many with help from Robin Hood’s community partners. Last week we honored three of these remarkable New Yorkers at our annual Heroes Breakfast. Learn more on Medium: https://medium.com/@robinhoodnyc/honoring-remarkable-new-yorkers-at-the-robin-hood-heroes-breakfast-f8a292b9fba8
Partnership with Children's Community School Director at Ps 165 Ida Posner, Marcus Pass, was recognized for his meaningful work at PWC and beyond with The Robin Hood Heroes Award! We are so proud to have inspiring individuals like Marcus on our team.
Introducing our Robin Hood's 2021 Heroes: (pictured left to right with Robin Hood CEO Richard Buery) Marcus Pass of Partnership with Children; Yahaira Moore of NPower; and Derrick Nkosi Cain of Touchdown NYC👏
Every day, thousands of New Yorkers who are living in poverty overcome enormous challenges to build better lives, often with help from Robin Hood’s community partners. The Robin Hood Heroes Award is given annually to a select group of individuals who are remarkable examples of that work and the organizations that make their fight possible. Their stories are a reminder that we have the power come together and create better futures for our families, our neighbors, and our city
Stay tuned over the next few weeks on our social channels as we share their stories.
Thank you for supporting Partnership with Children today and every day! Your support ensures that we are able to provide expert mental health services for over 30,000 students annually across the five boroughs. We could not do it without you!
This holiday season, we are thankful for our incredible supporters who make our work possible! Because of you, we are able to ensure thousands of young people throughout New York City receive critical school and community programming. On behalf of the Partnership with Children family, thank you for your support! We are eternally grateful.
Take a moment to check in with yourself today. All good? Great. What about family and friends? You can connect yourself or your loved ones to support by calling call 212-689-9500 ext 314 Mon- Fri / 8am to 4pm or 1-844-863-9314 7 days/8am to 10pm.
Partnership with Children's staff has been working every day to ensure that our students have the resources, educational support, and mental health services they need to succeed. Our work has continued to be especially critical as we transition back to in-person learning.
Hear from our Program Director at Ps 194 Countee Cullen, Kazeem Shinaba, as he shares examples of how we are changing students' lives throughout NYC!
We know school staff are working hard to support our students and school communities, but who is supporting you? Feel free to reach out to a counselor and get connected to services. You can call 212-689-9500 ext 314 Mon- Fri / 8am to 4pm or 1-844-863-9314 7 days/8am to 10pm. NY Project Hope
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