Click here for the information from The National Council on Behavioral Health Care
The Toolkit for Community Conversations About Mental Health is designed to support communities interested in holding conversations about mental health using consistent information and approaches. It includes three parts: an Information Brief, a Discussion Guide, and a Planning Guide. The toolkit will help communities and individuals start a conversation about mental health and help identify innovative and creative next steps to address the mental health needs of our Nation. Click here for full information.
Click here to view the extensive list of Webinars from The Copeland Center
Click here for the latest issue from the National Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help Clearinghouse.
July 2013 E-Newsletter contains information about Juvenile Mental Health Courts, National Dialogue on Mental Health and other Important topics. Click here to view the newsletter.
Alternatives 2013 – the oldest national conference organized by and for individuals active in the mental health consumer/survivor/peer recovery movement – will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Austin, Texas, from Wednesday, December 4, through Saturday, December 7, 2013. The theme of the conference, which is being organized by the NEC, is “Building Inclusive Communities: Valuing Every Voice.” Click here for additional information.
Whole Health Action Management (WHAM) is a training program and peer support
group model developed by CIHS to encourage increased resiliency, wellness, and
self-management of health and behavioral health among people with mental
illnesses and substance use disorders. Click here for more information on the trainings.
Washington DC (July 18, 2013)—The federal government this week added Mental Health First Aid to the Substance Abuse
and Mental Health Services Administration’s
National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP), a searchable database of mental health and substance
abuse interventions to help the public find programs and practices that may best
meet their needs and learn how to implement them in their communities.
All interventions in the registry have been independently assessed and rated for
quality of research and readiness for dissemination.
The Copeland Center Summer 2013 Newsletter is now available. Please click here to view.
This information session, funded by the Charles Kubly Foundation, will be on bipolar disorder.
All information sessions are open to all family members and friends of a loved
one who has completed suicide and we welcome anyone who is interested in
learning more about bipolar disorder to come to our information session. Click here for information.