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School Shooting Resources

The following resources on School Shootings were developed by the NCTSN.

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Teacher Guidelines for Helping Students after Mass Violence

Type: Fact Sheet

Offers teachers guidance on helping students after a mass violence event. This fact sheet describes common reactions students may have, how teachers and school staff can help, as well as engage in self-care after a mass violence event.

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Psychological First Aid for Schools

Type: Webinar

Describe the fundamentals of Psychological First Aid for Schools (PFA-S). This webinar offers information on how PFA-S helps to reduce the distress that school communities can experience after a disaster or violent event.

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Tip Sheet for Youth Talking to Journalists about the Shooting

Type: Tip Sheet

Offers information to youth, parents, and caregivers on how to talk with journalists after a mass violence event or shooting. This tip sheet describes a parent's and child’s rights when talking with journalists and details the signs of a good and respectful reporter.

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PFA Mobile

Type: Mobile App

Lets responders review PFA guidelines and assess their readiness to deliver PFA in the field.

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PFA Mobile: Android Version

Type: Mobile App

Lets responders review PFA guidelines and assess their readiness to deliver PFA in the field.

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PFA: Connecting with Others Seeking Social Support

Type: Fact Sheet

Is a handout from Psychological First Aid Field Operations Guide (PFA). This handout offers information to survivors on seeking social support, social support options, what survivors can do, what survivors should not do, and ways to get connected.

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PFA: Parent Tips for Helping Adolescents

Type: Fact Sheet

Is a handout from Psychological First Aid Field Operations Guide (PFA). This handout provides parents with common reactions after a disaster, ways to respond to those reactions, and examples of things you can say to your adolescent.

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