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eNewsletter or Blog
Monthly e-newsletter of the Great Lakes ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC.  March 2021 issue includes The Counselor's Corner, a state spotlight on Indiana, and a calendar of Great Lakes training events.   
Published: April 1, 2021
In celebration of the International Women’s day and Women's History Month, join us to celebrate our strong Latinas! Please join our movement! Let’s lift the women around us. Tag @ one woman that you are inspired by or share with us one characteristic that makes you very proud about being a woman! En conmemoración del Día Internacional de la Mujer y el Mes de la Historia de la Mujer, ¡únase a nosotros para celebrar a nuestras latinas! ¡Por favor, únanse a nuestro movimiento! Levantemos a las mujeres que nos rodean. Etiqueta @ una mujer que te inspira o comparte con nosotros una característica la cual te hace sentir orgullosa de ser una mujer! Em comemoração ao Dia Internacional da Mulher e ao Mês da História da Mulher, junte-se a nós para celebrar nossas Latinas! Junte-se ao nosso movimento! Vamos elevar as mulheres à nossa volta. Marque @ uma mulher que te inspira ou compartilhe conosco alguma característica que te deixa muito orgulhosa por ser mulher!
Published: March 8, 2021
eNewsletter or Blog
In this Issue:   The Pandemic of the Centuries: ACEs, Trauma and Prevention Additional Resources for Preventing Trauma What's Happening Around the Region? Five Session Webinar Series on Trauma Beginning March 25 Data Collection During the Pandemic, Resources and Recordings Targeting Risks and Vulnerable Populations for Adverse Childhood Experiences  
Published: February 18, 2021
This presentation is the third of a 4-Part series titled: "Institutional Racism and How it Impacts the Latinx Experience as it Relates to Behavioral Health." The series is co-presented with the National Hispanic and Latino Addition Technology Transfer Center (NHL ATTC) and Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (NHL MHTTC) .   Additional Resources Presentation slides   Translations     About the Presenter Rosa M. Gil, DSW Founder, President and CEO @Comunilife, Inc. Dr. Rosa M. Gil, Comunilife’s Founder, President and CEO, has had a distinguished career in New York City’s health, mental health, supportive housing, social service and higher education sectors. Since Comunilife opened in 1989, she has centered the work on the intersection between health and housing with the goal of addressing the critical social determinants of health and enhancing the health outcomes of New York City’s underserved communities. Comunilife has developed more than 2,177 units of affordable and supportive housing for the hardest to reach residents, the homeless, mentally ill, and people living with HIV/AIDS and other health conditions. Under her leadership, Comunilife created Life is Precious™, a nationally recognized program for Latina teens who have seriously considered or/and attempted suicide and also created the City’s premiere Medical Respite Program.
Published: October 8, 2020
eNewsletter or Blog
Introduction: Prevention Across the Lifespan: Preconceptual, Prenatal and Infancy Additional Resources What's Happening Around the Region? Epi Corner: Prevention Across the Lifespan: Preconceptual, Prenatal and Infancy
Published: June 8, 2020
eNewsletter or Blog
Prevention Across the Lifespan: Infancy and Early Childhood Additional Resources Responding to COVID-19 What's Happening Around the Region? Epi Corner: Reducing Substance Misuse Risk Factors in Early Childhood  
Published: June 5, 2020
Additional Resources Download the presentation slides   Translations     This presentation will provide a clear understanding between a healthy dating relationship and an unhealthy dating relationship. What are the statistics on teen dating violence among Latino and Hispanic youth across the US? Teen dating violence can be prevented by learning warning signs and red flags that lead to abusive relationships. Setting boundaries early in a relationship may help prevent a teenager from becoming a victim of teen dating violence. Victims of dating violence may turn to substances to try to cope with the pain, shame and guilt. Learning Objectives: o Describe statistics of teen dating violence o Define healthy vs unhealthy relationships o Recognize warning signs o Develop healthy communication skills o Establish setting boundaries o Identify Substance Use Speaker Glory McDaniel, MA, LPCC, LAC, NCC In May of 2018, Glory McDaniel earned her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Program from Denver Seminary. Mrs. McDaniel is a bilingual therapist working with specific treatment of co-occurring substance use disorders and posttraumatic stress, addiction, and mental illness, leading both English and Spanish groups, educating the community as well as individual counseling. She serves on the board of the Colorado Association of Addiction Professionals (CAAP) and facilitator for Mending the Soul (MTS) groups for women survivors of abuse. Mrs. McDaniel earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services with emphases in Domestic Violence Counseling and Addiction Counseling from the Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2013. She interned with the Center for Trauma and Resilience, formerly known as Denver Center for Crime Victims (DCCV), and later joined the Colorado Organization of Victim Assistance (COVA) as their Human Trafficking Case Manager.
Published: February 18, 2020
eNewsletter or Blog
The March 2019 issue of The Dialogue observes Women's History Month with articles on SUD screening for women, mental health and women, and prevention services for women. Other news includes prevention-related webinars, new resources, and news in Region 3.   The Dialogue is designed to inform behavioral and mental health professionals of news and upcoming events in the Central East states. This electronic newsletter is disseminated on the first Tuesday of each month. You are encouraged to provide us with any feedback or submit articles and topics for discussion in future issues of the newsletter. If you would like to be added to our mailing list to receive the Dialogue, news, and training announcements, sign up here.
Published: March 5, 2019
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