Generational Resilience 3 Part Webinar series
Watch and learn as the SAMHSA recorded webinars examine traditional practices for prevention, life skills development and models for positive youth development.
Click below to watch recorded webinars:
- Generational Resilience—Part 1: The Importance of Traditional Practices for Prevention (26 minutes)
Gain a better understanding of youth perspectives to help address the issue of youth suicide in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
- Generational Resilience – Part 2: Exploring the American Indian Life Skills Development Curriculum for Suicide Prevention (1 hour, 25 minutes)
Learn how the culturally appropriate and youth-friendly American Indian Life Skills Development Curriculum can be used as part of youth suicide prevention and cultural intervention strategies in schools and communities.
- Generational Resilience – Part 3: An Overview of Positive Youth Development and Project Venture (1 hour, 21 minutes)
This webinar introduces Project Venture as an evidence-based model for positive youth development and highlights youth leaders of prevention efforts in their communities.