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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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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Road to Recovery – Partnering with Youth and Young Adults in Behavioral Health (full episode)

 [Music Playing]Hello. I’m Ivette Torres and welcome to another edition of the  Road to Recovery . Today, we’ll be talking about youth and young adults in recovery. Joining us in our panel today are Tami Bahr, Assistant Director, Connections Counseling, board member of Recovery Foundation, Madison, Wisconsin; Jonathan Katz, Director, Rita J. Kaplan Jewish Community Services, Jewish Board of Family and […]

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SAMHSA National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day 2019

♪♪>>LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, PLEASE WELCOME FROM SAMHSA, DR. ANITA EVERETT.>>THANK YOU. THANK YOU SO MUCH. MY NAME IS ANITA EVERETT, DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER FOR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES AT SAMHSA. OUR MISSION IS TO REDUCE THE IMPACT OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL ILLNESS ON AMERICA’S COMMUNITIES INCLUDING CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS. OUR CHILDREN ARE THE FUTURE OF ALL OF US. I’M […]

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