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Our conveners and partners are committed to enhancing collaborations between schools and community health centers, mental and behavioral health agencies, and/or community-based organizations to support positive mental health and well-being for youth in a school-based setting. Access the standing resources and organizational websites of HEART Collective conveners and partners.

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Learn more about the SAMHSA Region 1 Office and stay connected to their website for updates on funding announcements, newly released publications, and upcoming events.

Additional Resource:

  • Resources for Child Trauma-Informed Care
    Review materials from SAMHSA, the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCSTN), and other organizations designed to help you recognize and respond to child traumatic stress.
     

  • Tips for Working with Partners
    Collaboration is critical for the prevention of substance use and promotion of mental health. Sustaining partnerships and creating new ones, can allow your organization or coalition to widen the reach of prevention initiatives while also providing additional support for your cause and//or mission

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Learn more about the HRSA Office of Operations in Region 1. Stay connected to their website for updates on their equitable health care programming, news from the field, and upcoming events.

News Alert:

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This bimonthly periodical published by the New England MHTTC's School Mental Health Initiative offers the latest information on strategies for compassionate school mental health practices and educational leadership.

 

View archived issues, subscribe, and learn more about the initiative's Childhood-Trauma Learning Collaborative.

e-News Archive

2022

  • January/February (Community Wellness & Resiliency)

  • March/April (Youth Mental Health Prevention and Intervention in Schools)

  • June/July (Take HEART: Teamwork Makes the Dream Work)

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The New England Addiction Technology Transfer Center, administered by Brown University, provides training and technical assistance to the substance use disorder treatment workforce in the New England region.

 

Visit their website and access their brochure to learn more about their work.

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The New England Prevention Technology Transfer Center, administered by AdCare Educational Institute of Maine, Inc., provides training and technical assistance services to the professional and volunteer prevention workforce within the New England states.

 

Visit their website to learn more and access news

across the PTTC network.

Access SAMHSA’s Technology Transfer Centers (TTCs),

Community Engagement Resources for links to direct resources on engagement strategies, cultural competency, health equity, and more!