Download only This activity book encourages parents and caregivers to spend at least 15 minutes a day listening to and talking with their child or children to prevent youth violence. It provides interactive questions to start conversations with children about bullying and bullying prevention. Publication ID SMA08-4321 Publication Date August 2008 Format Activity or Coloring Book Download Conversation Starter Cards PDF 108.39 KB Find Related Information Audience Family & Advocates Parents & Caregivers You May Also Be Interested In Findings from the National Evaluation of the Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative This report presents findings from a national cross-site evaluation of the Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS) initiative. SS/HS supports the collaborative planning and implementing of programs and services to foster safer schools and healthy students. Bullying Prevention in Indian Country This fact sheet provides information and resources related to the specific bullying prevention needs for American Indian and Alaska Native communities. It highlights effective school-based anti-bullying prevention strategies. Having Trouble Coping After a Disaster? Talk With Us. This wallet-size card includes the national Disaster Distress Helpline and lists warning signs of distress. It encourages those experiencing signs of psychological stress to call or text the helpline for support. 2015 Report to Congress for the Evaluation of the Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children with Serious Emotional Disturbances This report provides an overview of data from the Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children with Serious Emotional Disturbances program. It presents findings that indicate that systems of care provide services and promote positive outcomes for underserved children and youth within the mental health system. Shared Decision-Making in Mental Health Care This report gives an overview of shared decision-making (SDM), an intervention that enables people to actively manage their own health. It examines research on the effects of SDM in general and mental health care, and includes recommendations for advancing SDM in practice. Helping Children and Youth Who Have Experienced Traumatic Events This report provides information on how systems of care and trauma-informed services can improve the lives of youth who have experienced traumatic events. It includes findings from a national evaluation of these programs and describes common treatment approaches.