National Institute Of Mental Health News – Projections Of National Expenditures For Treatment Of Mental And Substance Use Disorders 2010-2020

national institute of mental health Therefore this NIH Record article describes the NIH’s Clinical Research and You website, that includes videos of individuals involved in clinical research are fascinating. Therefore this blog post describes a new program developed through a partnership between the Jed Foundation and the Clinton Foundation’s Clinton Health Matters Initiative to address two national health problems that are affecting college campuses across the country. Ideas for community based events as well as success stories from previous years are highlighted on the NDFW web portal. National Drug Facts Week is a national health observance for teens to promote local events that use NIDA science to shatter the myths about drugs. Remember, the week brings together teens and scientific experts to shatter persistent myths about drug use and addiction.

Public comment is now open for the Healthy People 2020 process. So public can comment on proposed new objectives to be added to heaps of topic areas, including Heart, Disease, and Stroke and Early and Middle Childhood, that includes the proportion of children with ADHD who receive recommended treatment. Sequential Intercept Mapping is an oneday workshop designed to allow local, multidisciplinary teams of people from jurisdictions to facilitate collaboration and to identify and discuss ways in which barriers between the criminal justice, mental health, and substance abuse systems can be reduced and to begin development of integrated local plans. SAMHSA’s GAINS Center is currently soliciting applications from communities interested in developing integrated strategies to better identify and respond to the needs of adults with ‘cooccurring’ mental health and substance abuse disorders in contact with the criminal justice system. I am sure that the GAINS Center will offer the training events free of charge to 10 selected communities between February 2015 and August Since the purpose of this training initiative is to offer targeted technical assistance and training to prepared communities in the field, there’re no fees for registration, tuition, or materials associated with these trainings. SAMHSA’s GAINS Center for Behavioral Health and Justice Transformation is soliciting applications from communities interested in its How Being TraumaInformed Improves Criminal Justice System Responses training.

Basically the target audiences for this training are ‘community based’ criminal justice system professionals, including police, community corrections, court personnel, and similar human service providers.