Owning Your Feelings & Helping the Uncomfortable Ones Pass

Owning Your Feelings & Helping the Uncomfortable Ones Pass Wednesday, May 20, 2020 2:15 pm ET / 11:15 am PT As the coronavirus pandemic continues, many people are finding themselves increasingly struggling with their mental health. It’s no surprise that emotions are heightened as we deal with the challenges our world is facing, but it…

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Ethics Training

Ethics Training Opportunity sponsored by the Office of Child and Family Services Inbox x MB-EnhancedBH, rr (sent by suzanne.klaas@dmas.virginia.gov) Tue, May 19, 5:20 PM (13 hours ago) to Suzanne, bcc: me Good Afternoon, Please see below for a training opportunity in Ethics for CSBs and Private Providers.  Please send any questions to Katharine Hunter at DBHDS katharine.hunter@dbhds.virginia.gov. The Department of…

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CADCA Spring/Summer Coalitions Newsletter

Just Released! Spring/Summer Coalitions Newsletter The latest issue of the Coalitions newsletter has arrived! This newsletter is a bi-annual publication that highlights the work CADCA is doing around the globe, with an emphasis on how we are empowering our network of more than 5,000 community coalitions to create change in their communities through prevention. In this edition,…

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PTTC Training and Events 

These are the upcoming PTTC activities for your reference: Central East PTTC hosted the webinar Examining the Social Determinants of Health: A Prevention Perspective (Part 1), This 2-part webinar developed by the Central East Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC) provides background on the SDOH, how SDOH impact behavioral health, prevention, and wellness efforts for healthier communities. Great Lakes…

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May is Military Appreciation Month

and SAMHSA’s Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF) Technical Assistance (TA) Center is eager to acknowledge the ongoing dedication of our military and their families, especially amid the COVID-19 pandemic. As communities across the country are under shelter in place orders to help stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, National Guard members and…

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Double Jeopardy: COVID-19 and Behavioral Health Disparities for Black and Latino Communities in the U.S.

Double Jeopardy: COVID-19 and Behavioral Health Disparities for Black and Latino Communities in the U.S. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has revealed deep-seated inequities in health care for communities of color, and amplifies social and economic factors that contribute to poor health outcomes. Recent news reports indicate that the pandemic disproportionately impacts communities of color, compounding…

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MDI COVID-19 Discussion Call – Lead the Conversation

Across the U.S., communities of color are being disproportionately affected by COVID-19, experiencing higher rates of infection and mortality. As coronavirus testing rapidly evolves, breakthrough innovation such as the FDA-authorized antigen test raises hope and concerns about the test’s reliability. Practices are prioritizing caring for staff and promoting wellness while navigating the surge in care…

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