Central East MHTTC
The Central East MHTTC, funded by Substance Use Mental Health Services Administration and managed by the Danya Institute, supports resource development and dissemination, training and technical assistance (TA) to the behavioral health and primary care workforce in HHS Region 3, which includes Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia that provides prevention, treatment and recovery support services to individuals who have and/or are at risk of developing a serious mental illness and/or co-occurring substance use disorder.
Region 3 Headlines
Peer Workforce and Mental Health System Change – Chop Wood and Carry Water: Key Elements in…
The role of the peer support worker has been defined as “offering and receiving help, based on…
Learning Collaborative on Workforce Recruitment & Retention in Behavioral Health
Learning Community Video-conference Call Presenters: Manuel Paris, Michael Hoge
Improving Services for Older Americans: Organizational and Systems Readiness for Ensuring Access to…
One quarter of older adults living in the United States experience mental disorders, including…
Improving Services for Older Americans: Emerging Factors Fact Sheet
Emerging Factors: Impact on an Aging Population fact sheet from the first webinar in the Improving Services for Older Americans series.
Central East MHTTC - Overview PowerPoint
PowerPoint presentation that provides an overview of the Central East MHTTC's work.
Central East eNewsletter The Dialogue