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

Photo provided courtesy of the Herring Pond Wampanoag Tribe
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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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Toolkit for Schools

A toolkit is designed to help guide conversations to include a trauma-informed, equitable, and compassionate lens to providing mental health supports to every member of the school community.
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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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Advancing School Mental Health Conference

Free registration for the virtual conference being held on Thursday, October 29th at 12pm EST.
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319 Peck Street
New Haven, CT 06513
United States

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.

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

Oct

28

Roundtable 2 - Citizenship, Social Justice, and Empowerment: Living Outside Mental Illness

RoundTable 2: The Citizenship Framework and Community Building | Oct. 28 at 2PM EST This session

Nov

05

Roundtable 3 - Citizenship, Social Justice, and Empowerment: Living Outside Mental Illness

RoundTable 3: The Essential Role of Peer Support in Citizenship Work | Nov. 5 at 2PM EST This

Nov

17

Roundtable 4 - Citizenship, Social Justice, and Empowerment: Living Outside Mental Illness

RoundTable 4: Advocacy and the Citizenship Framework | Nov. 17 at 2PM EST This session will feature

PRODUCTS

Get Connected!

The New England MHTTC Newsletter contains great information regarding our projects.

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!