Now, more than ever, it is vital for a workforce to have tools and resources to increase its wellbeing and ability to deliver services to those most in need.
Integration Success Stories
Organizations across the U.S. are using integrated health approaches to advance whole-person care. Learn more from their successes by reviewing recent blog posts below.
Health care providers have an opportunity to improve the overall wellbeing of individuals who identify as LGBTQ+.
There is an evidenced-based model for better mental health and substance use care integration: the Comprehensive Health Integration Framework (CHI Framework).
Addressing individuals’ oral health concerns is an effective strategy in improving outcomes for those living with mental health or substance use challenges.
Integrating mental health and substance use treatment with physical medical services can deliver pragmatic interventions and increase access.
For adolescents, simply having encounters with others is not enough to be a protective factor against the negative effects of loneliness.
Rural communities face a unique set of health inequities less common in urban areas, thanks to structural urbanism and workforce shortages.
Due to the far-reaching effects of structural racism, access to care and other factors affect the health and wellbeing of communities of color.
If resilience is a learned gift, it’s a gift best shared — that’s the work of peer specialists, grounded in the values of person-centered support.
The COVID-19 Scalable Solutions Learning Collaborative, hosted by the CoE, has established new pathways to care for vulnerable populations.