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Enhancing the Capacity of the Mental Health and Addiction Workforce: A Framework

Join us on April 19, 2021 at 12pm EST for a webinar featuring authors Benjamin F. Miller, Psy.D., and Anita Burgos, Ph.D. They will discuss a new framework for the mental health and addiction workforce in the United States. Register here.

Growing Peer Support: Specialized Services at a Time of Crisis

The third Think Bigger Do Good webinar held on March 30, 2021 feature authors Kelly A. Davis and Nathaniel Z. Counts, J.D. of Mental Health America. They discussed how an investment in the peer support workforce can not only address the immediate and growing mental health and substance use needs in the U.S., but it can also help shape a future system of services rooted in empowerment, hope, connection, human rights, and lived experience. The discussion was moderated by Tracy A. Sawicki, Executive Director of the Peter and Elizabeth Tower Foundation.

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COVID 19, Structural Racism, and Mental Health Inequities

The second Think Bigger Do Good webinar was held on February 25, 2021 and featured series authors Ruth Shim, M.D., M.P.H. and Steven Starks, M.D., F.A.P.A. They discussed the complex interaction between the COVID-19 pandemic, structural racism, and mental health inequities which have led to devastating health, economic, and social consequences. The intersection of these three conditions, present numerous policy challenges – and opportunities. The discussion was moderated by Joe Pyle, MA President of the Thomas Scattergood Behavioral Health Foundation.

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Opportunities to Improve Crisis Services

The first Think Bigger Do Good webinar was held on January 12, 2021 featuring series authors Mark Munetz, M.D. and Michael Hogan, Ph.D. and Thom Craig, M.P.A., series co-funder. The panelists discussed the current spectrum of crisis services and opportunities to improve the system. The discussion was moderated by Rick Kellar, M.B.A. President of Peg’s Foundation.

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