New England MHTTC

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Newly Added:

Every month new webinars related to recovery, trauma, and school-based mental health are being added to our site.
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New Events:

We have new training opportunities on the horizon.
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New Learning Collaborative

The Early Psychosis Learning Collaborative (EPLC) is accepting registrations.
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New Resource:

Designed to provide educators in New England and beyond with practical advice for preventing, recognizing, and addressing Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) in the school community.
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Next Month:

Larry Davidson, NE-MHTTC director, leads 3rd session of "Principles and Practices of Recovery-Oriented Care" on Feb. 13th at 1PM EST.

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 stake-holders, providers, researchers, youth and adults, and family members from each of the six states to guide New England MHTTC activities.


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Early Psychosis Learning Collaborative (EPLC)

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Conversations with Millennial Men of Color: Accessing Behavioral Health




EPLC: Suicidal Behaviors in Clinical High Risk Populations

In this webinar we will review risk factors associated with higher risk for suicidal behaviors, with



Principles and Practices of Recovery-Oriented Care

This is a 4-part series on the principles and practices of recovery-oriented care. Larry Davidson


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!