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Mental illness funding cuts raises concerns
 
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Experts emphasize that having mental illness doesn't lead to violence on a regular basis but there has been concern across the state about the impact of big funding cuts.
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Women in the Mirror: Addressing Co-Occurring Mental Health Issues and Trauma in Women with SUDs
 
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Aired March 5, 2015 This webinar addressed effective interventions and strategies to support women with co-occurring substance abuse, trauma, and mental health issues. 1.5 CEH https://www.samhsa.gov/women-children-families/trainings/women-matter
Views: 141 SAMHSA
NH: Legislators tour controversial facility
 
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Sponsor: http://FreeKeene.com - Here are hore background details on the alleged troubles at the Sununu youth correctional facility legislators toured: http://www.wmur.com/news/25294633/detail.html To clarify some of the issues just raised...A primary source of concern relating to the facility is the alleged excessive use of "prone" restraint, which reportedly restricts a youth's ability to breathe. See video descrip for details. Anyhow, after a few minutes at the hearing I visit the facility and enter its front door to ask for an interview. The facility is, as described, extremely nice in the areas a civilian can easily access, though I cannot speak to conditions in the truly secure areas. A professional and courteous staff bumps me up the chain of command until I get to a staffer who tells me he can't talk to me and I can't film while on the grounds. I wasn't expecting to and didn't try; I'll make an issue of that later if circumstances require. He gives me the name and number of a DHHS official who he says *can* talk to me but isn't in the same town. I call her at 5:00 p.m. and am rewarded with the warbling sound of a fax machine. But before I leave, I do at least have the chance to express concerns to the apparent ranking staffer: 1) If there are victimless "criminals" detained here that is a problem. 2) I hope the allegations of excessive force are exaggerated. Unrelated NH news: An oath-keeper in New Hampshire has reportedly had his baby seized by authorities. Details: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvZRM-P46rI How you can buy an advertisement on this show: http://RidleyReport.com/Ad jails ron paul youth correctional facility. Legislators tour controversial facility, free state project facilities new hampshire indie journalism, gonzo ridleyreport sununu center dave ridley report manchester nh excessive force staters guards liberty correctional officers. live free or die gulags injured mental illness libertarian, prisons system.
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Office on Women’s Health 25th Anniversary Celebration
 
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HHS’ Office on Women’s Health 25th Anniversary Celebration Welcome and Introduction and Awards Presentation. For more information, please visit http://www.womenshealth.gov -- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) http://www.hhs.gov We accept comments in the spirit of our comment policy: http://www.hhs.gov/web/socialmedia/po... HHS Privacy Policy http://www.hhs.gov/Privacy.html
Child Abuse...A Generational Plague
 
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12:29 PM 2/3/2012 Child Abuse: A Generational Plague Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. - Matthew 5:4 Children are suffering from a hidden epidemic of child abuse and neglect, occurring at every socioeconomic level, across ethnic and cultural lines, within all religions and at every level of education. • A report of child abuse is made every ten seconds. • 7 (Seven) or more children DIE, every day as a result of child abuse. • Approximately 80% of children that die from abuse are under the age of 4. • It is estimated that between 50-60% of child fatalities due to maltreatment are not recorded as such on death certificates. • More than 90% of juvenile sexual abuse victims know their perpetrator in some way. The estimated annual cost of child abuse and neglect in the United States in 2008 is $124 billion. Child Maltreatment: Definitions Any act or series of acts of commission or omission by a parent or other caregiver that results in harm, potential for harm, or threat of harm to a child. Child Abuse (Acts of Commission) Words or overt actions that cause harm, potential harm, or threat of harm to a child. Acts of commission are deliberate and intentional; however, harm to a child may or may not be the intended consequence. Intentional only applies to the caregivers' acts-not the consequences of those acts. For example, a caregiver may intend to hit a child as punishment (i.e., hitting the child is not accidental or unintentional) but not intend to cause the child to have a concussion. The following types of maltreatment involve acts of commission: • Physical abuse • Sexual abuse • Psychological abuse Acts of Omission (Child Neglect) The failure to provide for a child's basic physical, emotional, or educational needs or to protect a child from harm or potential harm. Like acts of commission, harm to a child may or may not be the intended consequence. The following types of maltreatment involve acts of omission: • Failure to provide o Physical neglect o Emotional neglect o Medical/dental neglect o Educational neglect • Failure to supervise o Inadequate supervision o Exposure to violent environments Why is a Consistent Definition Important? A consistent definition is needed to monitor the incidence of child maltreatment and examine trends over time. In addition, it helps determine the magnitude of child maltreatment and compare the problem across jurisdictions. The Problem of Child Maltreatment Child maltreatment is a considerable social and public health problem in the United States. In 2004, data collected from Child Protective Services (CPS) determined approximately 900,000 children in the United States were victims of child maltreatment and about 1,500 children died because of abuse or neglect (US DHHS, 2006). Unfortunately, these numbers likely underestimate the number of children affected by maltreatment due to under reporting and focus on a single data source. No public health based definitions for child maltreatment exist, public health officials continue to use terms related to child maltreatment in different ways and use different terms to describe the same acts. Not surprising, these inconsistencies have contributed to varied conclusions about the incidence and prevalence of child abuse and neglect. Research into the consequences of child maltreatment has identified various acute and severe negative outcomes such as death, injury, and traumatic brain injury. Research has also uncovered many deleterious long-term developmental outcomes: academic problems, anxiety, conduct disorder, childhood aggression, delinquency, depression, increased risk for suicide, high-risk sexual behavior, interpersonal problems, poor physical health, post traumatic stress disorder, risky health behaviors, substance abuse, and youth violence Child abuse deaths on the rise in AZ? s/join-us-at-cenflo-film-festival#.UiCw-huNK-0 www.childhelp.org
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NCDHHS - All Staff Meeting, March 27, 2018
 
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NCDHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen and Department leadership held an All-Staff Meeting to discuss the Department's Values, the results of the Employee Engagement Survey and the development of an Early Childhood Action Plan.
Research Highlights Series: Suicide & Intimate Partner Violence.
 
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Presenters: Nadine Kaslow, Ph.D., ABBP, Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Emory University School of Medicine and President-Elect of the American Psychological Association. Marylouise Kelley, Ph.D., Director, DHHS Administration for Children and Families, Family Violence Prevention & Services Program, Family and Youth Services Bureau & Co-Chair of the HHS Steering Committee on Violence Against Women. Carole Warshaw, M.D., Executive Director Domestic Violence & Mental Health Policy Initiative and Director National Training and TA Center for Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health.
Gender-Responsive Co-Ed Treatment and Recovery for Women
 
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Aired June 9, 2015 Learn about specific strategies and approaches that can be used to effectively reach and support women in co-ed substance use disorder treatment settings. 1.5 CEH https://www.samhsa.gov/women-children-families/trainings/women-matter
Views: 59 SAMHSA
GHB -- The Drug You Don't Want!
 
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Drugs are bad! Don't Do Drugs! I do not condone the usage of drugs other than that which is specified by a doctor, or health care provider.
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Women Connected: Families & Relationships in Women’s Substance Use & Recovery
 
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Aired Apr. 9, 2015 Learn about the role family/relationships play in women’s substance use, treatment, & recovery, and about family-based approaches to treatment & recovery. 1.5 CEH https://www.samhsa.gov/women-children-families/trainings/women-matter
Views: 82 SAMHSA
Leadership in the Quest for Health Equity | David Satcher | Voices in Leadership
 
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David Satcher, 16th Surgeon General of the United States and Founding Director of the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at Morehouse School of Medicine, spoke at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health as part of the Voices in Leadership series on October 27, 2015. Watch the entire “Voices in Leadership” series at www.hsph.me/voices. The Voices in Leadership webcast discussion series at Harvard T. H Chan School of Public Health invites leaders to speak about their experiences making decisions that affect global health. Highly interactive and candid, the series is produced in The Leadership Studio for a student audience. The high-definition webcast is streamed live and posted for future viewing. Students learn from experienced leaders about decisions that were effective, decisions that failed, and which decisions, if any, could have been made differently. Watch the entire series at www.hsph.me/voices. David Satcher is Director of the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at the Morehouse School of Medicine (SHLI/MSM), which was established in 2006. He is also professor of Community Health and Preventive Medicine, Family Medicine, and Psychiatry at MSM. Since returning to the Morehouse School of Medicine, he has served as founding Director of the National Center for Primary Care (NCPC) and as Interim President of the Morehouse School of Medicine. Prior to 2002, Dr. Satcher served as Director of the CDC, Assistant Secretary for Health, and Surgeon General of the United States, making him only the second person in history to serve simultaneously as Surgeon General and Assistant Secretary for Health. As Surgeon General, Dr. Satcher released the first ever Surgeons General Reports on Mental Health, Oral Health, Sexual Health, and Overweight and Obesity. As Assistant Secretary for Health, he led the development of Healthy People 2010 where the goal of eliminating disparities in health was first articulated and served on the WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health. Dr. Satcher has received over 50 honorary degrees and numerous leadership awards. Additional leadership roles have included, Interim Dean & CEO at King Drew and past President of Meharry Medical College.
The Power of Youth Development and Recovery Supports: A "Girls Matter!" Webinar
 
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The sixth webinar in SAMHSA’s “Girls Matter!” series (#girlsmatter2014), The Power of Youth Development and Recovery Supports, took place on July 24, 2014. This webinar explored the principles of youth development, and what girls say they need for ongoing recovery. Presenters included Karen Pittman, President and CEO, Forum for Youth Investment, expert on youth development; Lacy Kendrick Burk, Executive Director of Youth MOVE National and Youth Committee member of the International Foster Care Organization; Sarah Nerad, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of PTR Associates and founding member of Young People in Recovery; Cortney Lovell, New York State Addictions Counselor and Co-Founder of The Way Out; and Viveca Ycoy (invited), Drug and Alcohol Counselor for at-risk youth and founder of Project F.L.O.W. Write & Life. For more information about "Girls Matter!," visit http://beta.samhsa.gov/women-children-and-families/trainings-conferences-webinars.
Views: 364 SAMHSA
"The Disability Rights Movement: Immediate Challenges" - AC 2015 In-Service Panel Discussion
 
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Advocacy Center of Louisiana 2015 Staff In-Service Panel Discussion "The Disability Rights Movement: Immediate Challenges" (Content breakdown below.) Moderator: Lois Simpson, Executive Director, Advocacy Center of Louisiana Participants (L to R): Curt Decker, Executive Director, National Disability Rights Network; Elmer Cerano, Executive Director, Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service, Inc.; Vicki Smith, Executive Director, Disability Rights North Carolina; Rocky Nichols, Executive Director, Disability Rights Center of Kansas 0:02:40 - Addressing the concerns of parents who have children with mental illness re: safety in the community. 0:34:15 - Rights of people with mental illness to own firearms 0:40:00 - Home and community-based services for people with intellectual disabilities, and the movement toward "villages" for people with intellectual disabilities. 1:01:05 - Employment for people with disabilities: why has the recent push not resulted in higher employment rates? 1:18:20 - Special education: why is the system failing?
Views: 229 AC Video
Women Unbarred: Recovery and Supports for Women Involved with Criminal Justice
 
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Aired July 23, 2015 Learn about incarcerated women and barriers to recovery/re-entry they often face when leaving incarceration. Includes effective interventions/supports. 1.5 CEH https://www.samhsa.gov/women-children-families/trainings/women-matter
Views: 54 SAMHSA
Women’s Health, Wellness, & Recovery: An Intro to Women’s Substance Use Disorders & Health
 
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Aired May 6, 2015 Learn about health concerns for women with SUDs & importance of integrating health and behavioral health for early identification & interventions. 1.5 CEH https://www.samhsa.gov/women-children-families/trainings/women-matter
Views: 108 SAMHSA
SOAR Strengthening Applications Webinar Series: MSRs: What is in that Co-Signed MSR?
 
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This webinar was presented by the SAMHSA SOAR TA Center on January 26, 2017. This webinar was the second of three presentations in the SOAR Webinar Series, Strengthening SOAR Applications Through Strong Collaborations. Learn more at: https://soarworks.prainc.com/article/soar-webinar-series-strengthening-applications
FNN: Pinal County Cracks Down on Human Trafficking
 
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Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles sits with Samia Khan to discuss the human trafficking problem locally and the grant the county has received to help rescue and restore victims of human trafficking.
Views: 313 FOX 10 Phoenix
MAINE SOCIAL WORKER ADMITS THEY STEAL CHILDREN WITH NO RISK OF ABUSE!! STOLEN AT BIRTH!!
 
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THIS IS AN ADMISSION FROM A STATE OF MAINE SOCIAL WRECKER BULLY, KATIE DANAHER-LANE, THAT THEY HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO ARTICULATE EVEN A CLEAR "RISK" OF PHYSICAL ABUSE, LET ALONE EVEN ALEDGE ANY "ACTUAL" ABUSE, SINCE THEY TOOK THE CHILD AT BIRTH, BUT THEY FILED A TPR ANYWAY, AND WHY?? BECAUSE THERE'S MORE FEDERAL FUNDING IN IT FOR THEM. JUST GOOGLE JILL CUNHA VS. BRENDA HARVEY, YOU WILL SEE WHAT I MEAN!! Meet Mark Dalton, manager, off camera, right, adoption social worker, Katie Danaher, foreground left, speaking, admitting there was no risk of abuse. Proving they planned on selling the child to someone from the start. So her adoptive parents are buyers of a stolen child, the state never even alleged the child was abused in any way, JUST FOR THE FEDERAL FUNDING!!! See the news story on the FAILED CFSR FEDERAL REPORT, ON MAINE CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES, TWO VIDEOS DOWN, AT THE THUMBNAIL, "CHILDREN ARE NOT CURRENCY FOR FEDERAL FUNDING", then see the video marked DHHS DOUBLE BILLING, proving they use children and families for FEDERAL FUNDING FRAUD CASH COWS!! They take children for any excuse they can come up with, and then keep them for the federal funding! A half billion in Federal Funding stolen since the mid 90's through fraudulent double billing!
Views: 5610 POStOLFRONT
Girls and Substance Use: A "Girls Matter!" Webinar
 
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The third webinar in SAMHSA's "Girls Matter!" series (#girlsmatter2014), Girls and Substance Use: Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities (#girlsandsubstances), took place on April 21, 2014. Girls' abuse of substances has been increasing, with dangerous consequences to their health and well-being. In this replay, learn about current trends in adolescent girl substance use as well as effective strategies for intervention, treatment, and support for girls. Sharon Amatetti, M.P.H., discusses substance use trends in teens, as well as principles of substance use disorder treatment for adolescents. Candice Norcott, Ph.D., provides insight into "Treating the Whole Girl" as she discusses girls' services development through the example of Voices: A Program of Self-Discovery and Empowerment for Girls. Cynthia Rowe, Ph.D., highlights the use of Multidimensional Family Therapy (MDFT) with Adolescent Girls. Andrew J. Finch, Ph.D., shares an overview of recovery high schools as a tool to support adolescents in recovery. NAADAC and NBCC continuing education hours are available through the ATTC Network Coordinating Office (www.healtheknowledge.org). For more information on "Girls Matter!," visit http://beta.samhsa.gov/women-children-and-families/trainings-conferences-webinars.
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Girl in the Mirror: A "Girls Matter!" Webinar
 
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The second webinar in SAMHSA's "Girls Matter!" series (#girlsmatter2014), The Girl in the Mirror: Behavioral Health of Adolescent Girls (#girlinthemirror), took place on March 13, 2014. In this replay, learn about behavioral health concerns common in adolescent girls as well as adaptive and maladaptive coping strategies and resources available to support girls. Dr. Stephen Hinshaw, author of The ADHD Explosion and The Triple Bind discusses pressures facing girls and how these can contribute to the development and expression of mental health conditions. Dr. Wendy Lader provides an overview of self-injurious behaviors and Dos and Don'ts for treatment. The webinar also includes a first-person perspective on recovery and resiliency by Anne Thompson, M.A., MFT. NAADAC and NBCC continuing education hours are available through the ATTC Network Coordinating Office (www.healtheknowledge.org). For more information about "Girls Matter!," visit http://beta.samhsa.gov/women-children-and-families/trainings-conferences-webinars.
Views: 732 SAMHSA
Environmental Justice: A Native American Perspective Webinar
 
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This webinar was originally broadcast on 9/19/2012 and highlights several ongoing issues that Native American tribal groups have mobilized around for many years. The speakers discuss emerging threats, such as climate change, that will affect Native Americans disproportionately. Case studies describe both successful approaches and issues that remain unresolved despite existing efforts to mitigate or prevent harmful environmental exposures.
Views: 3407 NIEHS
Growing Up Girl: A "Girls Matter!" Webinar
 
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The first webinar in SAMHSA's "Girls Matter!" series (#girlsmatter2014), Growing Up Girl: Adolescent Development and the Unique Issues Facing Girls (#growingupgirl), took place on February 25, 2014. In this replay, guest speakers Trina Menden Anglin, M.D., Ph.D., Elizabeth Miller, M.D., Ph.D. and Scyatta Wallace, Ph.D., provide an overview of adolescent girl growth and development including opportunities and risks encountered by today's teenage girls. Key topics include the biological, social, cultural, and societal factors that influence adolescent girl maturation. This webinar gives special attention to the impact of media on self-esteem, reproductive health, and teen dating violence. NAADAC and NBCC continuing education hours are available through the ATTC Network Coordinating Office (www.healtheknowledge.org). For more information about "Girls Matter!," visit http://beta.samhsa.gov/women-children-and-families/trainings-conferences-webinars.
Views: 1381 SAMHSA
Privacy in the Era of Social Media: Goodbye to Health Privacy
 
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The Ethics Institute at Dartmouth presents Anita Allen, Spring 2012 Dorsett Fellow Dr. Allen is a Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania and a member of President Obama's Presidential Bioethics Commission.
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White House Initiative on Elder Abuse and Financial Exploitation Panel 2
 
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The White House Office of Public Engagement, in collaboration with the Administration for Community Living, the Department of Justice, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, hosts an event highlighting elder abuse and financial exploitation, featuring Administration officials as well as individuals and organizations committed to addressing elder abuse and financial exploitation in their local communities. In the event's second panel discussion, participants address innovative and collaborative efforts to respond to financial exploitation once detected. June 14, 2012.
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CFSAC December 2017 Day 1 Part 2
 
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Sanctuary and Support for Girls in Crisis: A "Girls Matter!" Webinar
 
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The fifth webinar in SAMHSA’s “Girls Matter!” series (#girlsmatter2014), The Power of Youth Development and Recovery Supports, took place on June 10, 2014. This session was aimed at bringing a message of hope and urgency for establishing effective behavioral health programs, interventions and policies which support young women in crisis including those who face juvenile justice system involvement, homelessness, and violence. Presenters included Stephanie Covington, Ph.D., LCSW, Co-Director of both the Institute for Relational Development and the Center for Gender and Justice; Jeannette Pai-Esponosa, Ed.D., President of The National Crittenton Foundation; and Kimberly Sokoloff Selvaggi, President of TaylorLane Consulting, co-author of Trauma Informed Effective Reinforcement System (TIER) for Girls, La Mariposa: A personal empowerment program for girls, and SPEAK Up! Youth-Led Advocacy Curriculum for Girls. For more information about "Girls Matter!," visit http://beta.samhsa.gov/women-children-and-families/trainings-conferences-webinars.
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SOAR Webinar: Improving SOAR Applications with the Essentials of Trauma Informed Care
 
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This webinar was presented by the SOAR TA Center on March 23, 2017. Learn more at: https://soarworks.prainc.com/article/webinar-trauma-informed-care
SOAR Webinar: Improving SOAR Applications with  the Essentials of Trauma Informed Care
 
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In this webinar, trauma-informed experts and SOAR providers shared best practices for understanding and implementing trauma-informed care principles. Learn more at https://soarworks.prainc.com/article/webinar-trauma-informed-care
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