Southeast MHTTC

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Southeast MHTTC School Mental Health Product Catalogue

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Rollins School of Public Health
1518 Clifton Rd
Atlanta, GA 30322
United States

Southeast MHTTC

The Southeast Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (Southeast MHTTC), located in Atlanta, GA, is proud to serve the eight states in HHS Region IV: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

 

  • Our Mission: To promote the adoption of evidence-based mental health services by providing training and technical assistance in the region.

 

  • Our Vision: Widespread access to evidence-based mental health services throughout the region.

NEWS

National Minority Mental Health Month

National Minority Mental Health Month (July 2021)

SAMHSA guide

SAMHSA Publication: Telehealth for Treatment of Serious Mental Illness

UPCOMING EVENTS

Jul

27

Peer Workforce Well-Being in the Southeast

About the Event: A certified peer specialist is a person who self identifies as living with a

Jul

27

Classroom Well-Being Information and Strategies for Educators (WISE): Implementation Support…

Classroom WISE is a free, 6-hour mental health literacy online course for teachers and school staff

Jul

28

Part 2-Listening to Scientists and Grandmothers: Taking Care of a Human Being

Series Title: Creating Cultures of Staff Wellness for our Schools and Community Partners Intended

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