New England MHTTC

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Recovery Support during COVID-19

We have various resources for the general population and mental health professionals. Resources in different languages are also available.
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Resources to Support Native Children

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Psychiatric Advance Directives

Psychiatric or mental health advance directives are legal tools that allow people experiencing mental illness to state preferences for treatment in advance of a crisis.
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Tribal Resources to Fill your Heart in Times of Injustice

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Racial Equity & Cultural Diversity

Resources compiled by MHTTC Cultural Responsiveness Working Group (CRWG) and the Northwest MHTTC
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Changing the Conversation

Check out our podcasts on Recovery and Resilience - new episodes released every month.
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SAMHSA's Diversity and Inclusion Project

A new initiative that aims to increase diversity of to increase the access, visibility, and viability of community-based organizations and local nonprofits in Region 1.
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New England MHTTC

The core mission of the New England MHTTC is to use evidence-based means to disseminate evidence-based practices across the region. The region consists of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. To ensure the responsiveness of our work, we will actively develop and maintain a network of government officials, policy makers, administrators, and community stakeholders, providers, researchers, youth and adults, and family members from each of the six states to guide New England MHTTC activities.

 

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NEWS

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Changing the Conversation: Recovery and Resilience Podcast Series

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Tribal Resources to Fill Your Heart in Times of Racial Injustice

UPCOMING EVENTS

Mar

10

Children’s Mobile Crisis Team Model: Lessons Learned for Successful Implementation

*/ Join us for this listening session with Meeta Gandhi, LCSW-R about year 1 in the program

Apr

27

SMH Curriculum 'Always and Now' Learning Series Module 6: Early Intervention and Treatment (Tiers 2…

About the Learning Session: The MHTTC Network is hosting an 8-part training series using the

PRODUCTS

Understanding and Treating Mental Illness in an Indian American Cultural Context

In this session, we discussed key cultural issues for understanding the causes and manifestations of psychiatric disorders in persons of Indian

Recovery-Oriented Mental Health Services for Hispanic/Latinx People

This webinar addressed recovery-oriented and culturally-sensitive services in mental illness and overcoming stigma and other challenges faced by

Supporting the Mental Health of BIPOC Community College Students: Data From the Healthy Minds Study

On February 11th, we held a virtual convening on Supporting the Mental Health of BIPOC Community College Students where stakeholders from all 6

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Get Informed!

We store all of our training materials on our website in case you missed the live event.

Get Trained!

We offer several training opportunities every month. Take a look!