Healthy Kids, Schools, & Communities
WestEd helps schools, families, and communities apply the best available knowledge from research and practice to create safe, drug-free, healthy environments that promote achievement, positive youth development, and well-being.
We identify the health-related needs of youth and provide innovative solutions to help practitioners and policymakers meet those needs and prevent risk-behavior involvement.
Academic Parent-Teacher Teams (APTT): Family Engagement in Education
This WestEd service will help you build a school system of family engagement that drives student learning and performance.
School Climate Assessment and Professional Development
The Healthy Kids School Climate Survey improves student, staff, and community engagement in and out of school.
Bridging Cultures Between Home and School Institute
Learn how to design and implement programs that address the needs of underserved cultural, linguistic, and racial student groups.
PITC Approach to Home Visiting
The Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) prepares home visitors to support parents in ensuring that their infants get a safe, healthy, emotionally secure and intellectually rich start in life.