Social Emotional Learning Resources
- The NJ Department of Children and Families has launched a ‘Social Distancing Shouldn’t Mean Social Isolation’ campaign to raise awareness about child abuse, domestic violence and other dangers facing residents while homebound. If you need help, call a hotline. These resources are confidential and anonymous
- During these uncertain times of social distancing, many children are at risk of child abuse. #BRIDGETHEGAP. Everyone in NJ is a mandatory reporter. Call 1-877-652-2873 to report suspected abuse or neglect. Don’t let being stuck inside bring out the worst in you. Use these six tips to deescalate a (or many) tense moment/s with loved ones.
- Educators and Healthcare Workers are the leading reporters of child abuse. But with schools on hiatus, doctors focused on COVID-19 and families social distancing, many children are at-risk.#BRIDGETHEGAP. Everyone in New Jersey is a mandated reporter. Call 1-877-652-2873 to report suspected abuse or neglect.
- Kids who need to let off steam and get some emotional space from a parent or sibling can call or text 2nd floor, a FREE youth counseling hotline at 1-888-222-2228.
- Isolation is one of the most significant factors that leads to an increase in domestic violence and safety risks. Don’t let social distancing mean social isolation. If you are - or someone you know is – living in fear of intimate partner violence, call the Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-572-7233.
The State of NJ Department of Families and Children Resources
JCPS School Counselors List
Social Emotional Learning Lessons Grades PreK through 5
Social Emotional Learning Lessons Grades 6 through 12
Links to Supplementary Online Educational Resources