Join the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans in collaboration with the U.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services, and SAMHSA, for a webinar on Supporting and Strengthening Mental Health of African American Youth. Participants will engage in discussion about supporting African American students' mental health and reducing the effects of toxic stress.
Join this webinar for an overview of the Public Health Accreditation process, and an in-depth look at the standards and measures used to provide guidance to health departments preparing for accreditation.
Join SAMHSA and register to hear from expert presenters and panelists about the history and accomplishments of the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Olmstead decision, and the Protection and Advocacy for Individuals With Mental Illness program for Americans with behavioral health conditions.
Join HHS Office of Minority Health and SAMHSA in a Twitter chat at #MMHMchat focused onￂﾠreducing mental health disparities within racially and ethnically diverse communities. Topics include strategies to help promote mental health in diverse communities and cultural perspectives on mental health.
Register for this webinar and join the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Center for Excellence to discuss four types of trauma that can affect mental health, student achievement, performance, and retention.
Register for the 2015 Voice Awards that will take place at Royce Hall on the University of California, Los Angeles campus. The program honors community leaders in recovery from mental and/or substance use disorders who have played a vital role in raising awareness and understanding of behavioral health problems. The awards also recognize TV and film writers and producers who have incorporated accurate portrayals into their scripts, programs, and productions. Click here for more information on the 2015 Voice Awards.
In this two-part web conference, participants will learn from experts in suicide prevention and college mental health about suicide clusters on college campuses and in other settings. A panel of clinicians who have experienced suicide clusters on their campuses or who have worked with campuses that have experienced clusters will discuss their experiences.