martes, 1 de marzo de 2016

Headlines: Up to $211.6 Million Available in New Grant Opportunity

Headlines: Up to $211.6 Million Available in New Grant Opportunity

SAMHSA Headlines

Up to $211.6 Million Available for System of Care Expansion and Sustainability Cooperative Agreements

The purpose of this program is to improve the mental, emotional, and behavioral well-being of children and youth (birth to 21 years of age) with serious emotional disturbances and their families.

Paying for Behavioral Health Treatment: The Role of the Affordable Care Act

By expanding insurance coverage, the Affordable Care Act shifted the payment for mental health and substance use treatment away from public sources and onto private insurers.

Patients Who Are Privately Insured Receive Limited Follow-Up Services After Opioid-Related Hospitalizations

Only 10.7 percent of patients received the recommended combination of both medication and a therapeutic service within 30 days following an opioid-related hospitalization.

Prevention Collaboration in Action

SAMHSA's Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies launched its new digital toolkit featuring collaboration success stories from SAMHSA grantees, 30+ resources and worksheets, and an easy-to-use search engine.

February 29, 2016

Emerging Compliance Hotspots for Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC): Care Coordination With Collaborating Organizations

Register to learn about the relationships that CCBHCs will forge in their communities with designated collaborating organizations (DCO) and other providers. Presenters will discuss the types of CCBHC services that may be provided by DCOs, as well as the types of contractual arrangements that CCBHCs will need to pursue with DCOs to ensure clinical and financial responsibility.
March 1, 2016

Webinar: Drugged Driving Data and How To Use It at the Community Level

Register to learn the definition of impairment related to drugged driving and evaluation strategies that have been developed to reduce impaired driving.

Preventing Suicide Among Seniors

Preventing Suicide Among Seniors

High suicide rates among senior citizens underscore the need to pay attention to the behavioral health of older adults, especially at senior centers. Learn the risk factors and how you can help with new tools from SAMHSA.

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