National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC

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National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC

The National Hispanic and Latino Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) will serve as a key subject matter expert and resource for workforce and community development across the U.S. and its territories to ensure that high-quality, effective mental health treatment and recovery support services, and evidence-based and promising practices are available to help reduce health disparities among Hispanics and Latinos experiencing mental disorders, in particular, those with serious mental illness.

NEWS

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What's the Difference Between Hispanic and Latino?

UPCOMING EVENTS

Sep

18

Culture: An Integral Part of Mental Health Services for Hispanic and Latino Populations

Culture: An Integral Part of Mental Health Services for Hispanics and Latinos is a training…

Sep

20

Symposium: Acculturation, Trauma & Mental Health Services for Hispanic and Latino Communities

The National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC presents the Symposium: Acculturation, Trauma &…

Oct

02

Symposium: Culturally Responsive & Trauma- Informed Services for Hispanic and Latino Populations

The National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC presents the Symposium: Culturally Responsive &…

PRODUCTS

Complicated Grief: Cultural Considerations When Working with Loss in Hispanic and Latino Students and Their Families

Culturally sensitive school mental health providers are aware of cultural values and practices while treating complicated grief among Hispanic…

Webinar: La CLAVE to Reduce Treatment Delay in Latinos with First Episode Psychosis

In this webinar, we describe a community campaign that we developed and evaluated to reduce the treatment delay of Latinos with first-episode…

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Entretejiendo Nuestras Vidas Symposium

You can find all the presentations from the symposium on this page.