A Few Of Our Collaborations & Partnerships
Crisis Support Therapy Partners (CST)
As The Uvalde Foundation For Kids Continues To Build Upon & Expand Our Services To School Communities Both Locally & Nationally; We Continue To Build Upon Collaborative Partnerships Which Add To The Range, Effectiveness & Sustainability Of Our Programming & Outreaches.
The Foundation Is Honored To Announce Our Developing Partnership With "Crisis Support Therapy Partners," To Provide Additional MultiLevel Approaches To Mental Health Care To School Communities & Individuals Dealing With Traumatic School Related/Student Involved Events - 24 Hours/7 Days Per Week.
Get Safe USA
Our School Crisis Response & Training Teams Coordinated Efforts & Resources To Provide Additional Mental Health Crisis Support & Safety Training Opportunities To Richneck Elementary School In Newport News, Virginia; Following The School Shooting Of Teacher, Ms. Abigail Zwerner. Understanding The Value Of Partnering With Additional Experts In The Field; The Foundation Collaborates With Organizations Such As GET SAFE USA Out Of Southern California.
GET SAFE®’s On the Edge School Safety and Violence Prevention brings a new perspective to violence prevention. This training platform offers valuable insight into data related to violence in schools; how brain development effects decision making; recognition of dangerous behaviors; how to address these behaviors and influence change.
GET SAFE® empowers teachers to feel safe again, free from fear, in schools, so they can focus on education as well as their students.
City Of Nashville Metro Council
This Summer 2023, The Uvalde Foundation For Kids Was Honored To Join The Nashville Metro Council Planning Discussions To Address School Violence On A Local & National Level & Collaborative Efforts, Following The Tragic Covenant School Shooting.
Council ChambersThe Metropolitan Council is the legislative authority of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, a city-county consolidated government created on April 1, 1963.