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Substance Misuse Prevention & Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Library Collection: Home

Welcome!

An Overview of the DMHAS Grant Library Collection

With the goal of supporting substance misuse prevention for youth, the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) and the State Education Resource Center (SERC) has, through their collaborative effort, designed a comprehensive collection of curriculum and assessment tools that will support this goal across the state of Connecticut. This collection is part of a targeted tier 1 prevention effort program to provide classroom implementation and direct instruction to youth in the community. Funding for this collection has been made possible in part by a State Opioid Response Grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

For ease of use, the resource guide has been divided by grade level and age group. Each curriculum resource on this guide provides an overview of the target population, setting, risk factors addressed, and a description of the material.  We invite education professionals to explore our guide and check out these materials via our SERC Library catalog, which can be found here: https://serc.agverso.com/home?cid=serc&lid=serc.

For more information on the program, please contact Ann Marie Cordisco at cordisco@ctserc.org

For more information on this guide, please contact the SERC Library at libraryhelp@ctserc.org

Resources

All information found on this Libguide has been provided by the CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and the State Education Resource Center (SERC) School-Based Substance Misuse Program. Links to resources and documents which have been used to provide more information about specific materials have been provided below: