Social-Emotional Well-Being Program


Promoting social-emotional well-being in school-aged children

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Connecting students and families with services and resources

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Training staff and families in best practices and strategies

how do we help?

How do we help students & families?

We connect students & families with services, help facilitate and coordinate the delivery of those services, and provide resources that enable students and families to learn and thrive.

How do we help school staff?

We provide resources that promote the social, emotional and behavioral needs of students. Trauma Informed Training, Universal Mental Health Literacy, and more are available.

available services

Mental/Behavioral Health Service Coordination for:

  • School-Based Mental Health
  • Community Outpatient Mental Health
  • Other Available Services

Family-Community Case Management

Community Partner Collaboration

Community Outreach & Education

Family Engagement Opportunities

Staff, Family, Community Training & Consultation for:

  • ACEs/Trauma & Resilience
  • Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • QPR (Question Persuade Refer) Suicide Awareness & Prevention
  • Conscious Discipline
  • Therapeutic Behavior Management

Support for Students (transitioning between schools/programs & in/out of in-person learning)

Social-Emotional Well-Being Program Flyer:  English   |   Spanish   |   Haitian Creole

Funded through a grant from Project AWARE II Maryland Funds

(Advancing Wellness & Resilience in Education)




Stella Lee Coulbourne, MD AWARE Project Coordinator

Latisha Bordley, Family Navigator

Nicole Fisher, Supervisor of Alternative Programs

Cara Calloway, LCSW-C Mental Health Coordinator




410.479.0100   |   443.298.9341

[email protected]