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Factors Impacting Well Being. e arly childhood development. l ow income. lack education. p oor quality housing. s ocial isolation. gender. i nsecure/poor working conditions. unemployment. transportation. Unrelenting Chronic Stress or Toxic Stress. Social Connectedness & Relationships.

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Factors Impacting Well Being

early childhood development

low income

lack education

poor quality housing

social isolation

gender

insecure/poor working conditions

unemployment

transportation

Unrelenting Chronic Stress or Toxic Stress

Social Connectedness & Relationships

Mental Wellbeing & Chronic Illness

Coping with Substance Use

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‘MUCH HARD EVIDENCE HAS

ACCUMULATED THAT CIVIC

ENGAGEMENTAND SOCIAL

CONNECTEDNESS ARE PRACTICAL PRECONDITIONS FOR BETTER SCHOOLS,

SAFER STREETS AND EVEN HEALTHIER AND LONGER LIVES’(Robert Putnam)

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Students’ connectedness to school has been identified as among the greatest protective factors against polydrug use, absenteeism, pregnancy, and unintentional injury, even after taking family

influences into account.

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Connectedness in Schools

Students feeling of connectedness was the #1 protective factor against suicidal behaviour.

Students who feel connected to the school are also less likely to drink alcohol,

carry weapons, or engage in other delinquent behavior (2)

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“Social connectedness is the magic bullet. “

“Social connectedness comes through cultural and community development -- building connectedness in the places where we live. That\'s what we need to be doing: building local connectedness on a global scale.”

Gabor Mate

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