Behavioral Health

Innovative Approaches to Mental Health & Substance Use Disorder Care During COVID-19

November 18, 2020

This webinar features Dr. Rachel Wightman, cofounder of the Buprenorphine Hotline in Rhode Island, and Dr. Gwen Latendresse from the University of Utah’s Telehealth Pilot Project for pregnant and postpartum women. They describe their work, the federal policy changes that enabled the development of their telehealth models of care, and offer lessons learned and goals for future growth of tele-mental health and substance use programs.Read More »

Adolescent Mental Health During COVID-19

August 25, 2020

In this sixth virtual learning session for the PRISM learning community, presenters discuss different facets of adolescent mental health needs. This webinar discusses the challenges that COVID-19 has created for youth mental health, shares lessons learned from a program that supports youth released from a detention center, and shares strategies that state health officials can implement to support and advocate for youth and adolescents with mental health needs both during and beyond the pandemic.Read More »

Promoting Innovation in State & Territorial MCH Policymaking (PRISM) Learning Community #2

September 20, 2019

The second virtual learning session of the PRISM Learning Community discusses maternal mental health systems change, and how states can use Medicaid Institutions of Mental Diseases (IMD) waivers to improve access to care for pregnant and parenting women with substance use disorder.Read More »

Cross-Agency Approaches to Substance Use Disorder Prevention and Treatment

March 20, 2019

This webinar shares insights from state officials to address the needs of people living with or at risk of developing SUD and features state examples of successful partnerships in action.Read More »

Primary Prevention of Adverse Childhood Experiences

March 19, 2019

This webinar highlights how New York and Tennessee are using the ACEs behavioral risk factor surveillance system module to inform their program work in early brain development and substance misuse.Read More »

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