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December 4, 2014, 1:00-2:30 PM E.T.
Understanding the Continuum of Informal and Formal Youth & Young Adult Peer Support

Young adult peer support is value added to the community based service array for youth and young adult struggling with mental health challenges. Peer support can be provided in a variety of ways along the continuum of informal social group settings to individual one-to-one service model. This webinar showcases efforts in the field that have effectively met the needs of youth and young adults. Youth MOVE National, utilizing literature from the field and application along the continuum, offers a framework for communities to follow when developing community based peer to peer opportunities. Register here.

Facilitators

Gwen White
Technical Assistance Project Director
Healthy Transitions Initiative
Georgetown University National Technical Assistance
Center for Children's Mental Health

Presenters
Brianne Masselli
Director Technical Assistance
Youth MOVE National

Johanna Bergan
Interim Executive Director
Youth MOVE National


December 11, 2014, 1:00-2:00 PM E.T.
Open Discussion for Understanding the Continuum of Informal and Formal Youth & Young Adult Peer Support

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Facilitators
Brianne Masselli
Director Technical Assistance
Youth MOVE National


December 18, 2014, 1:00-2:30 PM E.T.
Healing from Trauma-Young Adult and Family Perspectives and Recommendations

Trauma affects youth, young adults and families in dramatic ways. It changes their lives forever and shapes their worldview. This webinar explores the attitudes, services and supports that are helpful, along with what is needed to improve responses to trauma. The importance of connection to others with lived experience will be highlighted to aid in making sense of experiences and reactions and exploring what strategies can help in the healing process. Register here.

Facilitators
Sherry Peters
Senior Policy Associate
Georgetown University National Technical Assistance
Center for Children's Mental Health

Presenters
Brianne Masselli
Director Technical Assistance
Youth MOVE National

Teresa King
Training & Technical Assistance Family Specialist
Georgetown University National Technical Assistance
Center for Children's Mental Health


January 8, 2015, 1:00-2:30 PM E.T.

Supporting Youth and Young Adults in your Organization

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January 22, 2015, 1:00-2:30 PM E.T.
Supporting Champions for Cross-System Collaboration in Trauma Informed Care

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February 5, 2015, 1:00-2:30 PM E.T.
Defining the Developmental Needs of Youth and Young Adult Peer Support

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February 19, 2015, 1:00-2:30 PM E.T.
Building Capacity for Trauma Informed Provider Organizations: Community-Based and Residential

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Archived Webinars


May 22, 2014, 1:00-2:30 PM E.T.

Making it Work: Family, Young Adult & Adult Peer Support -- Limitless Possibilities

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http://www.dshs.wa.gov/dbhr/mhpeer.shtml
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The world of Peer Support continues to expand. This webinar will provide consumers, administrators, managers and providers with an historical look at Peer Supports, examples of successful Peer Support implementation, and the latest communication from CMS regarding Medicaid reimbursement of these important supports. Presenters will cover the topics of Adult Peer Supports, Youth Peer Supports, and Family Peer Supports.

Participants will gain a greater understanding of the role Peer Support providers can play in addressing the growing need for an expanded mental health workforce. By tapping into this emerging, non-traditional pool, organizations can greatly enhance both the quality and volume of services and supports that are provided within their community. Presenters will share indicators that demonstrate that individuals often cite a greater level of comfort and higher satisfaction when Peer Support providers are involved in the supports and services received


May 15, 2014, 1:00-2:30 PM E.T.

Making it Work: Early Intervention for Young Adults Experiencing Mental Illness with Psychosis

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Approximately 100,000 adolescents and young adults in the United States experience a first episode of psychosis (FEP) every year. Mental illness with psychosis can be devastating illness, with onset typically occurring in late adolescents or early adulthood. Early intervention is critical to minimize the disruption this may cause in families, scholastic endeavors and social functioning. Tamara Sales with the Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA) Center for Excellence, Jason Schiffman of University of Maryland, and Patricia Marcy  with the Recovery After an Initial Schizophrenia Episode (RAISE) Early Treatment Program will discuss EASA services throughout Oregon  and Maryland and share  lessons learned to help with this population.


May 9, 2014, 12:00-1:30 PM E.T.
Making it Work: Understanding Why Young Adult Peer to Peer Support Is Unique

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This call focuses on the development of young adult peer support programs and things to consider when developing such programs. Young adult peer support programs need to be developmentally appropriate, have appropriate organizational supports in place and meet the unique needs of a cross systems approach for peer support services tailored to young adults of transition age.


May 2, 2014, 1:00 - 2:00 PM E.T.

Making It Work: An Evidence-Informed Approach to Services for Emerging Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions

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While there is a lack of evidence-based practices specifically designed to improve outcomes for emerging adults (ages ~16-30) with serious mental health conditions, this does not mean that there is a lack of useful evidence to inform practice. This webinar presents an evidence-informed practice model that describes a positive developmental approach to working with this population. The model is built around a framework of shared practice elements that appear across programs and interventions that have demonstrated success in working with young people with SMHCs. The webinar will outline the evidence that underlies the model, describe the model, and show how practice consistent with the model is responsive to the unique developmental tasks of emerging adulthood.  
 

April 17, 2014
National Perspectives and Federal Resources: Trauma Informed Care in Child Serving Systems

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This webinar will feature representatives from federal agencies involved in the development of the July 2013 Tri-Director guidance letter intended to encourage the integrated use of trauma-focused screening, functional assessments and evidence-based practices (EBPs) in child-serving settings for the purpose of improving child well-being. The presenters will provide a brief history of the development of the federal partnership and their efforts to assist states in addressing the needs of children affected by complex trauma. They will also provide an overview of the guidance along with their hopes for how these stategies will be used by state's child-serving systems. The webinar will also feature a discussion of the importance of addressing trauma in education settings as well as a young adult perspective of the impact of trauma and the importance of developing trauma-informed systems with policies and practices designed to prevent re-traumatization.


March 20, 2014
Prioritizing Suicide Prevention and Mental Health in Medical, Educational and Child Welfare Settings

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A growing national conversation focuses on screening for mental illness and behavioral distress in routine clinical settings such as Primary Care, Emergency Rooms, Schools, and Child Welfare. These systems work with many youth facing challenges but may not have consistent and reliable procedures to help identify, assess, and refer them to services. Challenges and barriers to screening in these settings occur at the patient, provider and systems level, but solutions to these challenges are emerging. This webinar will enumerate these challenges and provide examples of how specific behavioral health screening instruments and processes can be incorporated into routine work flow. As a case study, we will present the development and implementation of the Behavioral Health Screen (BHS), a validated, web-based instrument that covers a range of behavioral health domains. After reviewing this tool, three clinicians will talk about their front line experiences with the BHS in their clinical settings, after which open discussion with webinar participants will be encouraged.

February 20, 2014
The Inside Scoop: Gaining a Deeper Understanding of Medicaid/Mental Health Services from the Medicaid Directors’ Perspective

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NAMD Letter Behavioral Health Policy Recommendations
Appendix: Behavioral Health State Initiatives
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Matt Salo, Executive Director of the National Association of Medicaid Directors (NAMD), will provide a special presentation on how Medicaid and Mental Health can better work together. Don’t miss this opportunity to understand the Medicaid point of view as he discusses issues, opportunities, challenges, and ways to partner that are more meaningful and productive. The webinar will include information on the following:

  • Background on Medicaid and the changes that have occurred and are on the horizon with the Affordable Care Act
  • Opportunities and challenges with the implementation of Medicaid changes
  • “Opportunity Fatigue” – there are so many possibilities for Medicaid reform so what’s the best way to approach your Medicaid agency to propose change?
  • How do we move from coverage and service provision to improving health outcomes?
  • How do we make the shift away from fee for service to other payment methodologies?
  • Changes in the roles and responsibilities of consumers and providers
  • Challenges of providing mental health services and the interface with health care
  • …. And much, much more

 

December 19, 2013
Legal Mandates and National Standards: Ensuring Language Access in Children's Mental Health

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There are many within systems that serve children, youth, and their families who are unaware of legal mandates and their responsibility to provide meaningful access to their services for populations with limited English proficiency, when such services are funded directly or indirectly by the federal government.  There are many families and caretakers who do not know or are not provided with information about their rights to covered services and support. This Webinar is designed to provide “need to know” information about Title VI, Section 601 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and  the National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Health and Health Care (CLAS), an enhanced version that was launched in April 2013.  Title VI and the enhanced CLAS standards will be examined within the context of systems and programs providing mental health/behavioral health services and supports to children, adolescents, and their families.

June 20, 2013
Medicaid Coverage of Behavioral Health Services for Children, Youth, and Young Adults with Significant Mental Health Conditions

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This webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Joint Informational Bulletin issued on May 7, 2013, entitled "Coverage of Behavioral Health Services for Children, Youth, and Young Adults with Significant Mental Health Conditions". This bulletin provides important information to assist states in designing a service array to enable children with complex behavioral health needs to be served in their homes and communities. In addition to describing important services to include in a benefit design such as Intensive Care Coordination using a Wraparound approach, parent and youth peer support services, intensive in-home services, respite care, mobile crisis response and stabilization and flex funds, the document provides links to helpful resources from states who have successfully been using these services. Comprehensive information is provided about the various Medicaid Authorities and Demonstrations that can be used to provide the kind of coverage described in this bulletin. Much of the information in the bulletin is based on the experiences of states and communities supported by two major CMS and SAMHSA initiatives - the Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities (PRTF) Waiver Demonstration and the Children's Mental Health Initiative. Gary Blau from SAMHSA will give some background on the development of the bulletin and Jean Close from CMS will provide some information on the Medicaid Authorities and Demonstrations. Montana and Mississippi, with both System of Care and PRTF Waiver experience, will share their lessons learned from the beginning stages of benefit design, through the successes and challenges in providing the services, and finally to their sustainability plans using several of the Medicaid Authorities and Demonstrations described in the bulletin. Ways to use the bulletin in advocacy efforts will also be explored.
 

May 16, 2013
Improving Services and Supports for Youth Who Are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex, 2-Spirit (LGBTQI2-S)

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Despite growing social acceptance, many young people who are LGBT experience harassment and bullying, family rejection, and social stigmatization- putting them at high risk for depression and other mental health challenges. How should families, professionals, and the larger community respond?

The answer???  Improving Services and Supports for Youth who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex, 2-Spirit (LGBTQI2-S), edited by  Sylvia Fisher and Jeff Poirer, and Gary Blau, provides some answers to that question. This webinar will highlight key messages from the book, with a focus on the blend of research-based knowledge and recommended practices. This webinar will provide guidance to help participants work toward a stronger and more responsive system of services and supports for LGBT youth and their families.

April 18, 2013
Financing Family and Youth Services

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Your Answer to the Workforce Gap is Peer Support Providers
This webinar will focus on ways to incorporate family and youth peer support services. How communities can provide services to:

  • educate parents and providers on the benefits of health homes,
  • have culturally competent and family friendly health care navigators
  • increase engagement of families in least costly and effective care closest to home
  • reduce the use of out-of-home placement for children, and
  • by using PSP instead of highly specialized clinicians or specialist providers that are so hard to recruit and retain in public services. 

Learn about the outcomes of the use of PSPs in children’s mental health, juvenile justice, and as part of the regular health care (including EPSDT) under ACA.
 

March 21, 2013
Implementing Strategies for Expanding Systems of Care

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With a strong history of demonstrating the effectiveness of systems of care for serving children, youth, and young adults with serious mental health challenges and their families, SAMHSA is turning its attention to strategies for expanding this approach throughout states, tribes, and territories. In response, many of these jurisdictions have created strategic plans for system of care expansion and are now moving into the implementation phase. This webinar will present a framework and guide for implementing expansion strategies, along with examples of how jurisdictions are approaching this work. In addition, the webinar will present a tool for assessing progress in implementing systems of care.

February 21, 2013
Using Multi-Tiered Systems of Support as a Bridge for Integrating Mental Health Services in Schools

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Schools are significant partners with other child-serving community agencies, organizations, and families in improving outcomes for children with or at risk of behavioral health challenges.  To this end, school systems that are fostering the implementation of a multi-tiered system of school-wide positive behavior intervention supports (PBIS), incorporating mental health services into school settings, and reaching out to community resources are creating essential bridges between the education and mental health communities.

This webinar will begin with a description of major points in a foundational document which describes an interconnected systems framework bringing education and mental health together.   This framework was developed through the work of the National Community of Practice (CoP) on School Behavioral Health and led by the IDEA Partnership of the National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE). The focus of this National Community of Practice is “to collaboratively work to create a shared agenda across education, mental health, and families.” 

This webinar will then highlight how Pennsylvania is prioritizing and implementing PBIS and school mental health services at both the state level and throughout its 67 communities as part of its system of care behavioral health expansion efforts. Lessons learned from Pennsylvania’s experiences will demonstrate how other states and communities can create better bridges between their schools and community resources.

At the state level, the presenter will describe how Pennsylvania is working to have schools as part of its statewide behavioral health and systems of care planning, recognizing that schools are essential partners in developing comprehensive service delivery systems for many youth and their families, particularly those with serious challenges.

In addition, two presenters will provide examples as to how PBIS is being implemented at the community/school levels in Pennsylvania, schools’ linkage with their community mental health systems and their resources, and the impact of these linkages on a family member who has experienced services and supports for their child.

Note:  This webinar has been planned and is being hosted by the National Technical Assistance Center for Children Mental Health at Georgetown University as well as the National Community of Practice (COP) on School Behavior Health of the IDEA Partnership and two of its practice groups—The COP on Education:  An Essential Component of a System of Care and the COP on Connecting School Mental Health and Positive Behavior Intervention and Support.

January 17, 2013
Treasure Hunting: Securing Funding for Early Childhood Mental Health Services and Supports

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Webinar Description: Implementing a strong, sustainable early childhood system that fosters positive mental health can be challenging on many levels.  Perhaps one of the greatest challenges is securing long-term funding to support these efforts, as it requires significant investment and multiple funding streams. To help facilitate this complex task, this webinar will explore potential funding sources for early childhood mental health supports and services, and encourage participants to think about how to use them strategically.  Particular attention will be given to financing clinical services and infusing early childhood mental health into primary care settings.

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Previous Webinars of the 2012 National TA Center Webinar Series can be found by clicking here


December 20, 2012,
The Unique Behavioral Health Challenges for National Guard and Reservists' Families: What Are the Issues? What Are the Service Gaps and Opportunities?

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This session will introduce the differences between National Guard, military reserves, and active duty military. It will continue with a discussion of the differences in their military experience and the implications for family life, employment/worklife, insurance benefits/coverage, relationship with community resources, etc. It will highlight the unique stresses and strains, as well as the differences in service options, encountered by these families in contrast to both the active duty military/installation anchored personnel and their civilian neighbors. It will include an example of efforts conducted in Virginia throughout the state to address policy and service issues on behalf of these families. It will conclude with observations related to behavioral health implications for children and youth and potential service demands, opportunities and gaps.

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Fact Sheet (PDF)

November 15, 2012,
Can You Hear Me Now? Strategies for Youth Engagement

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This is a Webinar about the history, the importance, and the future of the youth movement in the System of Care (SOC). Youth, and Youth In Transition, who were once asked to be seen and not heard, have found their voice!

The Webinar will start with a historical perspective on the overall youth movement, highlighting key influencing organizations, including Youth 'N Action!, one of the first SOC youth leadership organizations from Washington State. The webinar will then discuss the importance and impact that youth voice has, and will end with an overview current youth organizations and projects that are leading the way for youth voice and choice of the future!

Please join the presenters and other special guests who are leaders in the youth movement for a brief historical overview and a bright look into the future of youth leadership organizations in the System of Care. During this Webinar you will learn the history of the youth movement, what the future looks like for youth engagement and youth leadership as well as how to create your own youth organization.  There will be lots of time for questions in this fun interactive Webinar.

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October 18, 2012,
State Health Insurance Exchanges under the Affordable Care Act: Ensuring Coverage for Children with Complex Behavioral Health Needs and Their Families

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States are working to design and set up Health Insurance Exchanges to be operational January 1, 2014. Under the Affordable Care Act, Health Insurance Exchanges will offer insurance coverage to an estimated 25 million Americans with incomes between 133% and 400% of poverty. Right now, states are choosing whether to run individual and small business exchanges, and, if so, deciding on the design, governance, and operations of their exchanges. States are making critical decisions that will affect what insurance plan benefit packages will be available for children with behavioral health needs. Of great concern is whether states will offer insurance plans that are comprehensive in meeting the needs of children with complex behavioral health problems and their families.

This Webinar will open with an overview of individual and small business Health Insurance Exchanges, including what they are designed to do, governance, required functions, and navigator programs. Presenters will then discuss the policy and practice decisions states are challenged with making and how the outcomes of those decisions will impact on services for children with behavioral health needs. The Webinar will focus on ways administrators, family members, youth, and advocates can get involved in their state exchange design efforts and ideas they can propose for enhancing behavioral health benefits offered for families. Presenters will draw upon examples from states and demonstrate how to use on-line data bases to learn about your state and its design plans.

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June 21, 2012,

Outcome Measurement and Management for Children and Youth Behavioral Health Services

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This presentation will help you and your organization successfully implement a new, or improve the use of an existing, outcome measurement system. Maximizing the use of outcome information has never been easier.

  • What are the benefits and value of having an outcome measurement system?
  • What are the essential components?
  • What are the steps to embed outcome measurement in an organization?
  • How to handle “anticipatory” or “performance” anxiety?
  • How to use information to improve services and outcomes at the client and organization level?

You will leave the webinar with an understanding of the most important components needed to successfully implement an outcomes measurement system.

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May 17, 2012,

Integrating Behavioral Health Services with Primary Care

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Improving the relationships between mental health and primary care services has become a national concern, yet this integration is fraught with barriers. Funded by SAMHSA, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has developed and launched the Behavioral Health-Works program, a multi-faceted, system change approach that addresses these challenges. The program simultaneously focuses on mental health education for the Primary Care Provider (PCP), web based screening for suicide and other key behavioral health problems, and improving the process for referring youth to mental health services. Outcomes indicate increased rates of identification of at risk youth and greater satisfaction with the collaboration between these systems of care. The presentation will discuss these challenges, solutions, program components and outcomes.

Powerpoint Presentation (PDF)


Saturday, March 5, 2011 @ 4 PM EST
Advocacy 101 - Getting Started in Your Community
Webinar 4 of Series of 4 webinars

Eric Lulow, Youth Involvement Associate
Youth M.O.V.E. National

Debra Cady, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., Senior Policy Associate
National TA Center for Children's Mental Health
Georgetown University

In this webinar you will learn about how to identify different opportunities in your areas to get started in advocacy.

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This webinar series is presented by the National TA Center for Children's Mental Health in partnership with Youth M.O.V.E. National and the National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health.


Wednesday, February 16, 2011 from 2:00 - 3:00 PM EST
SAMHSA Update: Upcoming Directions and Priority Areas

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Gary Blau, Ph.D., Chief, Child, Adolescent, and Family Branch
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

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Larke Huang, Senior Advisor to the Administrator
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

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The presenters will share what they see as new and emerging trends in the field of children's mental health in 2011.


Saturday, February 5, 2011 @ 4 PM EST
Strategic Sharing - Protecting My Story
Webinar 3 of Series of 4 webinars

Eric Lulow, Youth Involvement Associate
Youth M.O.V.E. National

Debra Cady, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., Senior Policy Associate
National TA Center for Children's Mental Health
Georgetown University

This webinar will provide you with skills and training on how to better protect yourself from sharing too much of your personal story. You will learn what some of the risks of being an advocate are as well as what some of the benefits are and how to weigh those options.

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This webinar series is presented by the National TA Center for Children's Mental Health in partnership with Youth M.O.V.E. National and the National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health.


Saturday, January 8, 2011 @ 4 PM EST
The Art of Public Speaking
Webinar 2 of Series of 4 webinars

Eric Lulow, Youth Involvement Associate
Youth M.O.V.E. National

Debra Cady, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., Senior Policy Associate
National TA Center for Children's Mental Health
Georgetown University

During this session you will learn how to best utilize your voice to engage your audience and deliver a dynamic speech. You will gain tips on how to research and write your speech, learn how to read your audience, and gain the skills needed to be effective in your mission and goals.

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*: Due to technical difficulties, audio for the webinar playback does not begin until approximately 16 minutes into the webinar.

This webinar series is presented by the National TA Center for Children's Mental Health in partnership with Youth M.O.V.E. National and the National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health.


Tuesday, December 14, 2010 @ 2 PM EST
Research to Practice: Bringing Evidence-Based Practices to Your Organization
, Webinar 2 of Series of 4 webinars

Patrick J. Kanary, Director
Center for Innovative Practices at the College of Public Health
Kent State University

This webinar is presented by the National Council for Community Behavioral Health in partnership with the Georgetown University National TA Center for Children's Mental Health.

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Saturday, December 4, 2010 @ 4 PM EST
Youth Advocacy Training: Policy 101
Webinar 1 of Series of 4 webinars

Eric Lulow, Youth Involvement Associate
Youth M.O.V.E. National

Debra Cady, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., Senior Policy Associate
National TA Center for Children's Mental Health
Georgetown University

This webinar series is presented by the National TA Center for Children's Mental Health in partnership with Youth M.O.V.E. National and the National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health.

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November 16, 2010 - Making Evidence-Based Practices Stick: Strategies to Prepare Your Organization for Change, Webinar 1 of Series of 4 webinars

Charles Glisson, Director
Children's Mental Health Services Research Center
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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Ocotober 20, 2010 Webinar - An Overview of the Affordable Care Act

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Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

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(President Obama signing health care legislation into law in 2010)


Held on June 2, 2010, the webinar, "A Discussion on the Potential Impact of Mental Health Parity on Children’s Mental Health," took place with Dr. Henry Harbin and Rebecca Farley of the National Council of Community Behavioral Healthcare.

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Link to the Mental Health Parity Act Webinar Page


Held on January 27, 2010, the National Governor's Association presented the Children and Mental Health Webcast.

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The panelists included:

  • Pam Hyde, Administrator, Substance Abuse Administration and Mental Health Services - Presentation

  • James Wotring, Director, National Technical Assistance Center for Children's Mental Health, Georgetown University - Presentation

  • Nancy Rollins, Behavioral Health Commissioner, State of New Hampshire - Presentation

  • Brian Hancock, Child Behavioral Health Division, State of New Jersey -
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ThisEmotionalLife

This is a three-part series that explores improving our social relationships, learning to cope with depression and anxiety, and becoming more positive, resilient individuals.