This toolkit is a compendium of resources CCBHCs can use to promote education, awareness and buy-in on the model internally and externally.
To address the nation’s unprecedented overdose crisis and to improve the health of people who use drugs (PWUD), individuals should have access to a full continuum of care, including harm reduction services. Mental health and substance use disorder (SUD) treatment organizations play a vital role in supporting PWUD, including providing…
This guide aims to support harm reduction organizations and summarizes some strategies for maintaining connection while doing harm reduction work virtually.
Using the ECHO ModelTM, the National Council for Mental Wellbeing helped advance the capacity to integrate oral health with mental health and substance use treatment services (collectively referred to as behavioral health) for 15 health provider organizations across the nation that serve a total of 227,303 individuals. The diverse…
The National Council has created a series of free, self-paced courses on OD prevention and response for community corrections.
Meet Mohini Venkatesh, who has been promoted to the newly created position of chief of staff at the National Council, in this Q&A.
This centered around the topic of bias, discrimination, and stigma at the personal, organizational, and community levels. We will discuss how conscious and unconscious biases shape our daily thoughts and actions, and how bias paired with power creates social injustices. View the webinar recording.
The need for more African American male professionals within the mental health and substance use field is clear.
Submission Deadline: September 23, 2022 Acceptance Notification: December 15, 2022 Share Your Knowledge About Mental Wellbeing Want to share your innovative ideas, unique solutions or inspirational stories on a national scale? Submit a presentation proposal for NatCon23, the largest conference in mental health and substance use…