Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
Below are the most frequently asked questions and answers related to Access for Everyone: A Toolkit for Addressing Health Equity and Racial Justice Within Mental Health and Substance Use Recovery Settings.
If you have any remaining questions, please contact us at Integration@TheNationalCouncil.org.
Who are the intended audiences of this toolkit?
The intended audiences include individuals and/or organizations seeking tools and resources to understand health equity-related topics and challenges that lead to mental health and substance use treatment disparities, and strategies for improving health equity within their organizations.
How might individuals and/or organizations use this toolkit?
Individuals and their teams will be able to set their own pace and supplement their knowledge in the identified areas in a variety of formats to suit different learning styles. Subject matter experts who authored this toolkit recommend that individuals and their teams utilize it based on their unique needs.
When was this toolkit published?
The six modules of this toolkit were published between November 2021 and April 2022.
How might I hear about upcoming training and events related to health equity?
You can subscribe to receive the latest updates for upcoming Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions training and events.
Will I receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs) after attending office hour sessions for the health equity toolkit or after going through the entire toolkit?
Unfortunately, the Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions does not offer CEUs for our live or recorded office hours or for completion of review of this toolkit. However, you can earn CEUs by participating in Relias On-demand training courses located on our website.
Whom can I reach out to with feedback, suggestions or a question related to this toolkit?
We are open to and welcome feedback for changes and improvements to this toolkit. Please email us at Integration@TheNationalCouncil.org.