Hosted by the Federal Partners Committee on Women and Trauma, this meeting will focus on how to expand and spread the conversation about trauma-informed approaches in the criminal justice system, education, health care, and communities.
Mental Health Announcements
Hosted by the University of South Carolina and the Clifford Beers Foundation, this international convening focuses on innovations that promote the mental health of individuals by addressing these issues: integrated health, positive psychology, school mental health, social and technological innovation, and underserved populations wellbeing.
This webinar focuses on providing family support for transition-aged youth, ages 14-29, who have mental health disorders. It will share the experience of families handling this issue, and how a youth’s age and cultural background will affect the work in this area.
This conference will focus on how to transition from traditional mental health service models to the next generation of programs and services that better meet the needs of youth and emerging adults with mental health disorders.
Hosted by the National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, this annual conference is an opportunity for mental health advocates and professionals to learn about the social, emotional, and behavioral health challenges that 1 in 5 children in the U.S. face
The U.S. House of Representatives allotted $13 million for the Mentally Ill Offender Treatment Crime and Reduction Act (MIOTCRA) within the larger $51.4 billion FY2016 Commerce, Justice, and Science Appropriations Bill it passed June 3.
Last week, the National Association of Counties, the Council of State Governments Justice Center, and the American Psychiatric Foundation, along with a number of diverse partner organizations, launched Stepping Up, a national initiative to safely reduce the number of people with mental illnesses in jails. We are asking you to join us.
This webinar series will address the complex needs of rural community behavioral health, and provide resources and training on how to create and sustain services and support that reduce the impact of behavioral health issues.
The strategic plan outlines the agency’s research priorities for the next 5 years.
The International Association for Youth Mental Health’s third international conference, “Transformations: Next Generation Youth Mental Health,” will feature new and emerging developments aimed at making a global impact on the youth mental health field.