How can I log on to create my own username and password?
The Manhattan and Queens Substance Abuse Prevention/Intervention Specialists (SAPIS) have partnered with Connect with Kids, and have been assigned an organization code. That code allows both Manhattan and Queens SAPIS to create a personal user name and password to access password-protected Connect with Kids evidence-based on-line resources. Click on the Sign Up button in the upper right hand corner of the homepage and follow the prompts.

How do I get the SAPIS organization code?
To obtain the SAPIS WebSource organization code, click here. For any other questions about access for SAPIS, please contact, Rhonda Paganetti, Director, Manhattan SAPIS Program at 917-339-1717 (rpagane@schools.nyc.gov), or Michele Singer, Director, Queens SAPIS Program at 718.557.2604 (msinger@schools.nyc.gov). You can also reach out to Connect with Kids at 1-888-598-KIDS (5437), Ext. 145.

How can I assure that the video content plays?
Do not log onto the site via Internet Explorer, which does not adequately support playing video content files. It is best to log on via Google Chrome, Mozilla or Firefox. If you are having technical difficulties, feel free to call Connect with Kids client support at 1-888-598-5437, ext. 145 or send an email.

Who uses Connect with Kids WebSource?
Students, college educators and K-12 staff around the nation, including (classroom teachers, school nurses, guidance counselors and P.E. teachers and coaches), social workers, probation officers, hospital personnel, and parents all use Connect with Kids. Any adult who wants to help improve the lives of children will find that Connect with Kids is a great tool to help students relate to adults and each other.

Here are other ways and places teachers, parents and community leaders use Connect with Kids video resources:

  • Health Class
    Peer Leadership Groups
    Individual or Group Counseling
    Professional Development
    One-on-one Sessions
    After School Programs
    PTA Meetings
  • Physical Education
    Technology/Computer Lab
    Parent-Teacher Conferences
    Group Sessions
    Community Activities

Is there research supporting Connect with Kids programs?
Connect with Kids programs are evidence-based. Connect with Kids appears as an “Effective Producer” of programs on the U.S. Department of Education’s What Works Clearinghouse List. Read more at http://connectwithkids.com/research.