National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC
Universidad Central del Caribe
Laurel, Av. Sta. Juanita
Bayamon, PR 00960
Our mission is to provide high-quality training and technical assistance to improve the capacity of the workforce serving Hispanic and Latino communities in behavioral health prevention, treatment, and recovery. We disseminate and support the implementation of evidence-based and promising practices to enhance service delivery, promote the growth of a diverse, culturally competent workforce, and bridge access to quality behavioral health services. We are committed to increasing health equity and access to effective culturally and linguistically grounded approaches.
Mental health field contribution to ending structural inequities that sustain gender-based violence…
Description This is a continental colloquium addresses feminicide and the role of Catholicism in
The Impact of Working with Forced Migrants in the Context of Clinical Supervision
Description: Researchers, including graduate students and clinicians in the field, who work with
Sustained Recovery Management for Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders in Latino Communities
Description Traditional models address substance use and mental health disorders through an acute
Latinos and Suicide: A Clinician’s Guide to Prevention and Treatment
Latino Youth Gangs Prevention in the School System
Parental Involvement Model: How to engage Latino parents in school settings
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