Sponsored by the Connecting School Mental Health with Juvenile Justice and Dropout Prevention Practice Group in collaboration with the Center for School Mental Health and the National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice, this presentation featured practical tools and guidance on how to establish a School Responder Model (SRM), a school-based strategy to identify and address student behavioral health needs in place of suspending and/or arresting these students. The resources and tools discussed are freely available, easy to access, and provide concrete supports to develop an SRM in any community. They include sample consent forms, information on behavioral health screening instruments, maps that align the many competing initiatives that may be in place, and many other resources that can help you jump start development of your own SRM. This webinar is relevant to a wide range of stakeholder groups, including administrators, researchers, policymakers, advocates, providers, and local and state agency staff.