KSOC-TV: Finding Help, Finding Hope; A Forum with SAMHSA & NBC4 Washington

Hello everyone and welcome to KSOC-TV, brought to you by SAMHSA, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. We’re bringing you timely, relevant technical assistance on a whole host of issues related to the mental health needs of children, youth, and families. I’m Stephanie Dukes. We understand how critical it is to find help if you think your child may […]

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The National Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda Rollout

>>Welcome to all of you from the great state of Alaska. It’s good to be here, and happy holidays. It was a wonderful trip coming down, always is coming from Alaska. Now what time is it?>>9:07.>>It’s 5:00�in the morning. What are you guys doing up so early? [laughter] well, let’s go to our creator. Would you all stand, please? I […]

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Adverse Childhood Experiences: Risk Factors for Substance Abuse and Mental Health

What the ACE study did is it sought to take a look at how childhood experiences influence neurodevelopment, the adoption of health risk behaviors, and risk factors for preventable diseases. We looked at ten categories of adverse childhood experience. We looked at abuse — physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. Childhood neglect that included physical and emotional neglect. And what we […]

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Girl in the Mirror: A “Girls Matter!” Webinar

“Girl in the Mirror: Behavioral Health Challenges of Adolescent Girls.” This webinar is the second in the “Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Girls Matter” webinar series. I’m Deborah Werner, the project director for SAMHSA’s Technical Assistance and Training on Women and Families Impacted by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Problem Project. I’m honored to serve as your moderator […]

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Mental Health Matters – Mental Meets Physical Health

Hi, welcome to Mental Health Matters. I’m Shannon Eliot. On today’s show, we will be looking at the critical yet often forgotten link between mental and physical health. Cardum Harmon serves as Manager for Alameda County’s 10×10 Campaign. For years she has educated children and adults on a more balanced way of living. As a person with lived mental health […]

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ZGF Designs First-of-its-Kind Care Model for Behavioral Health

UCSF’s Child, Teen and Family Center and Department of Psychiatry building is an interesting combination of multiple programs that haven’t been combined by UCSF before in one building. The building is set up to take advantage of researchers and clinicians who are treating patients and their families and taking their knowledge and discoveries wherever the situation leads them. Horizontally along […]

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GCSOM Behavioral Health Initiative – Integrated Care with Maternal and Family Health Services

The Behavioral Health Initiative has been working with our community partners and helping them understand what integration of care, what a model might look like within their own organization. We have a very important role for healthy moms and healthy babies, so we started to look in an integration of care model. Terri brought in a consultant, as well as […]

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Jeffrey Newport, MD, MS, MDiv — Director, Ohio State’s Women’s Behavioral Health

My name is Jeff Newport. I’m a professor of psychiatry and the vice-chair of research for the Department of Psychiatry as well as the director of the OSU Women’s Mental Health Program. My general area of specialty is women’s mental health, but the particular area of interest is in helping women manage mental illness as safely as possible throughout childbearing, […]

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Mental Illness Signs and Symptoms

Mental illnesses are brain disorders that affect thoughts, feelings and mood. Just as you can have disease of the heart, disease of the kidneys, mental illnesses are disorders of the brain. There is a lot of research out there questioning where does mental illness come from. Sometimes it’s genetic, sometimes it’s due to the structure of the brain. It can […]

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Integrating Behavioral Health to Strengthen Healthcare Preparedness Capabilities and Coalitions

[Cynthia Hansen] Thank you very much, operator and hello to everyone joining us today for this call hosted by the National Healthcare Preparedness Program. I am Cynthia Hansen and on behalf of Dr. Nicole Lurie, the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR), Mr. Don Boyce, the Deputy Assistant Secretary and Director of the Office of Emergency Management and Ms. […]

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