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This is how the City must tackle behavioral health needs with the American Rescue Plan money [generocity.org]

In our Generocity column of April 2, “American Rescue Plan Act offers City opportunity to meet critical behavioral health needs,” we outlined the dire need for resources to address the behavioral health consequences of the Coronavirus pandemic. Critical to helping our city cope with, recover from, and grow beyond COVID-19 and its ripple effects, the American Rescue Plan provides […]

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Active Minds Announces 2021 Emerging Scholars Fellows

Active Minds is excited to announce its 2021 Emerging Scholars Fellows. The Emerging Scholars Fellowship Program aims to expand the body of literature, creative expression, and discourse devoted to mental health with a particular emphasis on health equity and antiracism related to young adult mental health. It encourages creativity in the development of a project that […]

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Enhancing the Capacity of the Mental Health and Addiction Workforce: A Framework

Join us on April 19th at 12noon EST for the fourth Think Bigger Do Good webinar featuring authors Benjamin F. Miller, Psy.D., and Anita Burgos, Ph.D. They will discuss a new framework for the mental health and addiction workforce in the United States. The proposed framework includes three shifts that need to take place at the […]

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American Rescue Plan Act offers City opportunity to meet critical behavioral health needs [generocity.org]

The American Rescue Plan Act presents a tremendous opportunity to improve behavioral health for all Americans. Being touted as one of the most progressive pieces of legislation in decades; its $1.9 trillion in funding has the potential to not only cope with the Coronavirus pandemic, but to move toward recovery and growth. How can this funding […]

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