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City Council Adjourned Regular Meeting (Tri-Agency Study Session with HBCSD and BCHD on Youth Health Issues)
Meeting Time: June 05, 2019 at 5:55pm PDT
Closed for Comment June 05, 2019 at 3:55pm PDT
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DISCUSSION ON YOUTH HEALTH ISSUES:
1. SUPPLEMENTAL Presentation Slides (added 6-4-19 at 8pm).pdf
2. SUPPLEMENTAL Handout (added 6-4-19 at 8pm).pdf
1. DATA PRESENTATION (Tom Bakaly, CEO, BCHD)
a. Hermosa Beach data from the California Health Kids Survey b. Drug/alcohol data from Beach Cities school districts and national data trends
2. PARTNERSHIP SUCCESSES (Tom Bakaly, CEO, BCHD)
a. Beach Cities Health District (Ali Steward, Director of Youth Services, BCHD) i. Beach Cities Partnership for Youth ii. Parent Advisory Group (Jen Buchsbaum and Autumn Stephens, HBCSD Parents) iii. Youth Advisory Council (Heather Roth, Hermosa Valley student) b. Hermosa Beach City School District (Pat Escalante, Superintendent, HBCSD) i. Hermosa Empathy Project ii. Families Connected Speaker Series iii. Sandy Hook Promise / Start with Hello / Kindness Month c. City of Hermosa Beach (Suja Lowenthal, City Manager) i. Mental Health First Aid Training + Mental Health Awareness proclamation ii. Tobacco Policies (Ken Robertson, Community Development Director) iii. Streets for All (Leeanne Singleton, Environmental Analyst)
3. OPPORTUNITIES FOR COLLABORATION (Tom Bakaly, CEO, BCHD)
a. Drug-Free Communities Grant b. Policy recommendations for City and School District c. Streets for All - street safety d. Full-day Mental Health First Aid Training for staff and community
4. EVENT-SPECIFIC WHAT'S AHEAD
a. Lazy Acres Cooking Class (7/13) b. National Night Out (8/6) c. Beach Cities Volunteer Day (8/8) d. August Social Hour Dia De Campo (8/13) e. Beach Cities Partnership for Youth Coalition meeting (8/15) f. Moai Matching Event (8/31) g. Hermosa Beach Free Fitness (8/5, 12, 19, 26) h. Cyber Safety September + Screen Free Week (September 2019)
Although the City Council, School Board and Beach Cities Health District Board value your comments, the Brown Act generally prohibits the Council and Boards from taking action on any matter not listed on the posted agenda as a business item. Comments from the public are limited to three minutes per speaker.
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