The criminalization of people with substance use and mental health challenges has devastating consequences for individuals, families and communities.
The Social Justice Leadership Academy (SJLA) Learning Series is a free, 12-month virtual series beginning in April 2022 with monthly learning events. Topics will include structural and systemic inequities in mental wellbeing, structural and systemic biases, criminal justice reform, applying change management principles to advancing social justice within organizations and…
Youth Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (YSBIRT) is designed to reduce the effects of youth substance use by equipping primary care and behavioral health providers with the tools they need to prevent it.
The resources within this toolkit will support youth-serving providers and community-based organizations (CBOs) implement the Getting Candid: Framing the Conversation Around Youth Substance Use Prevention Message Guide and Communication Pathway.
Shifting to Value-based Care On-demand tools and resources to help you implement clinical and operational best practices in value-based care.
Working together to build a STRONGER, BETTER-FUNDED, MORE INTEGRATED approach to behavioral health.
Meaningful youth-adult partnerships across the nation are inspiring transformational community change to build responsive community support systems that nurture resilience, self-efficacy and mental wellbeing.
We are committed to advancing the CCBHC model by providing SAMHSA CCBHC-E grantees training and technical assistance.
As an Interest Group member, you can attend webinars with renowned experts, build connections with peers, and access exclusive resources as well as to share your own.
Harm reduction practices aim to reduce the harms associated with substance use by providing non-judgmental services and supports to people who use drugs.