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Behavioral Parent Training
A Webinar Series on Behavioral Parent Training for Young Children with ADHD In June we hosted a webinar series on evidence-based and evidence-informed behavioral parent training for young children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The live webinar broadcasts have ended, but archived recordings links are provided below. Webinars included (click the links below for more information […]
First Episode Psychosis
The lack of early treatment interventions available for persons that experience psychosis often leads to individuals living with a lifetime of disability. Through the promise of early intervention for psychosis treatments, individuals with psychosis are much more able to live healthy and productive lives—at school, at work, and at home.
Care Transitions Network for People with Serious Mental Illness
  ABOUT | JOIN THE NETWORK PARTICIPATION BENEFITS | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | CLINICAL CONSULTATION | EVENTS AND LEARNING RESOURCES | FAQ ENROLL HERE Upcoming Webinars to learn about the Care Transitions Network in New York State (click date below to register) May 18th May 25th The Care Transitions Network for People with Serious Mental Illness will reduce all-cause re-hospitalization rates for […]
Bipolar Disorder
  What Should You Do If You Think You or Someone You Love May Have Bipolar Disorder? Bipolar disorder is a brain disease that usually appears in late adolescence or early adulthood. The disorder causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels and the ability to carry out daily tasks. Symptoms range from mild to […]

Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHCs)
New federal standards for CCBHCs will take effect in 2017 in eight states ultimately selected to participate in the Excellence in Mental Health Act demonstration. Are you ready for the changes ahead? Our CCBHC portal has the resources and information you need to prepare.

Health Justice
Local jails in the United States serve an estimated 2 million people with serious mental illnesses each year. Three out of four incarcerated individuals also suffer from a substance use disorder. Once incarcerated, these individuals tend to stay in jail longer and are at a higher risk of recidivism. This is due to the lack […]

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