KSOC-TV: Behavioral Health Concerns in Classrooms

Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to KSOCTV, I’m Stephanie Dukes filling in for today’s host Gary Blau. We’re working to share timely, relevant techinal assistance on a whole host of issues, relating to mental health, needs of children, youth and families. Today we’ll focus on both the behavioral health challenges and opportunities found in elementary schools and classrooms, specifically grades […]

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KSOC-TV: Trauma-Informed Approaches for Caring for Every Child’s Mental Health

Good afternoon, everyone, and thanks for being with us today. If this is your first time joining us, KSOC stands for the “Knowledge Network for Systems f Care” or systems of care television. I’m Gary Blau, Chief of the Child, Adolescent and Family Branch of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration or SAMHSA. KSOC-TV gives SAMHSA the opportunity […]

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SAMHSA Behavioral Health IT Webinar Series – 42 CFR Part 2: Myths & Scenarios

Good afternoon everyone. My name is Dina Passman and I am Public Health Advisor on SAMHSA’s Health Information Technology Team. I want to welcome everyone to today’s webinar on 42 CFR Part 2: Myths and Scenarios. This is the second webinar in our SAMHSA Health IT summer webinar series. Before we begin, there are few housekeeping items for today’s webinar. […]

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Healthcare Challenges in the Behavioral Health Field

[ Music ]>>So region eight suffers from some of the same challenges that the other regions across the country face, and those include homelessness. They include drug and alcohol addiction. They include major mental illness and a lot of gaps in our service delivery system.>>And as you can see from where we’re standing right now, you know, this is a […]

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Crisis Services for Behavioral Health Emergencies

Neva Kaye: Good afternoon and welcome everyone to our Webinar, Crisis Services for Behavioral Health Emergencies: Effectiveness, Cost-Effectiveness, and Funding Strategies. I am very excited to share that we have over 1000 people registered for today’s event representing all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. This Webinar is being produced through a collaboration among the Substance Abuse […]

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SAMHSA’s 2014 National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day Launch Event

>>WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF NATIONAL CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS DAY. THIS IS THE NINTH — YES. THIS IS THE NINTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE OBSERVANCE SPONSORED BY SAMHSA, THE SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION. AND WHEN WE REALIZED THAT THIS YEAR’S EVENT WOULD COINCIDE WITH THE NATIONAL COUNCIL CONFERENCE, WE DIDN’T HAVE TO THINK TWICE ABOUT PARTNERING. […]

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Behavioral Healthcare Integration

Integration of primary care and behavioral health care should be at the same site. One of the things that we’re trying to do is really increasingly integrate a broader array of behavioral health services. You know, the Affordable Care Act right now is providing a great opportunity for our staple [inaudible] to integrate into health care overall. And I think […]

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KSOC-TV: Addressing the Behavioral Health Needs of Adopted Children

[MUSIC] Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to KSOC-TV, Knowledge Network for Systems of Care. I’m Gary Blau, chief of the child adolescent and family branch at the Sam is a. or SAMHA . We know that adoption can provide a safe, loving and healthy environment that helps millions of children thrive. Yet, we also know that many adoptive families are […]

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SAMHSA Behavioral Health IT Webinar Series: SAMHSA’s Tools for the Field

[Music] This is Gordon Campbell from FEI Systems and welcome to the first of three webinars. This is part of the Behavioral Health IT summer webinar series. This one is focused on innovations, specifically SAMHSA’s tools for the field. Just a couple of quick housekeeping items for attendees. Given the number of folks on the call, we encourage you to […]

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