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. Grant Award Recipient Handbook 2017-2018 This handbook outlines key roles and responsibilities and explains procedures for post-award activities, changes, and the continuation application processes. It also includes helpful reference materials such as an acronym chart, a glossary, and helpful Web links. Everyone Can Play a Role in the Conversation about Mental Health Faith and community leaders can play a significant role in helping to educate individuals and families about mental illness. This fact sheet can help communities and congregations raise awareness about mental health issues and emphasize the importance in seeking help when needed. Mental Health All-Hazards Disaster Planning Guidance This manual helps state and local mental health professionals create emergency preparedness plans for disasters. It highlights integrating health and mental health response and conducting epidemiological surveillance. Promoting Emotional Health and Preventing Suicide This toolkit equips senior living staff with resources to promote mental health, suicide prevention, and encourages active participation among residents. It includes guidelines for integrating suicide prevention into ongoing programs, hands-on tools, and training manuals.