South Southwest MHTTC
The South Southwest MHTTC (SSW-MHTTC) serves U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Region 6, including Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. Our population of focus is mental health clinicians, supervisors, and program managers serving individuals with or at risk of serious emotional disturbances (SED) or severe mental illness (SMI); peer support providers; community mental health, health, or peer-run organizations; and single state agency administrators focused on comprehensive state public mental health systems.
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The Last Thursday in November
Monthly First Episode Psychosis Mentoring Calls
In an effort to support teams working in the area of First Episode Psychosis (FEP), the South
Youth Mental Health First Aid Training for Communities in Schools Central Texas Staff
The SSW-MHTTC will be hosting a free Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) training event for the
Recovery After Incarceration: The Role of Peers in the Reentry Process
Featuring keynote Sandra Smith, Ph.D., RPS, LCDC-I, Peer Programs Manager at ViaHope in Austin, TX
Broken Borders: Responding to Trauma in Hispanic and Latino Immigrants and Refugees
Partnering with Schools Webinar Series: Overcoming Challenges to Community-School Partnerships
Partnering with Schools Webinar Series: Understanding School Culture
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