Innovative Interventions

NNED Virtual Roundtable: Addressing the Intersectional Behavioral Health Needs of Racially/Ethnically Diverse LGBTQ+ Communities

Apr 6, 20224 min read

Addressing the Intersectional Behavioral Health Needs of Racially/Ethnically Diverse LGBTQ+ Communities Across the country, both racially/ethnically diverse and LGTBQ+ communities are at higher risks for adverse behavioral health conditions due to factors such as discrimination, systemic barriers, and lack of…

Domestic Violence Enhanced Home Visitation Program

Mar 11, 20223 min read

The Domestic Violence Enhanced Home Visitation Program (DOVE) was a randomized controlled trial to determine the effectiveness of incorporating interpersonal violence (IPV) screening and safety plans into home visits. Pregnant women in the control group and the DOVE intervention group…

NNED Virtual Roundtable: Understanding Behavioral Health Needs in Refugee, Immigrant, and Asylee Communities

Feb 17, 20224 min read

Understanding Behavioral Health Needs in Refugee, Immigrant, and Asylee Communities The National Network to Eliminate Disparities in Behavioral Health (the NNED) is pleased to offer a Virtual Roundtable to discuss trauma, culture, and culturally responsive approaches to addressing behavioral health…

The Ambassador Toolkit: Take Action Against Teen Dating Violence

Jan 21, 20222 min read

FUTURES’ award-winning, national public education initiative, That’s Not Cool, has released a new resource: the Ambassador Toolkit. That’s Not Cool is an award-winning national public education campaign managed by FUTURES to engage young people online around healthy relationships and the…

keepin’ it REAL

Jan 14, 20223 min read

keepin’ it REAL (kiR) is a scientifically proven, effective substance use prevention and social and emotional competency enhancing program designed to focus on the competencies linked to preventing substance use and abuse. Featured as a cost-effective and powerful program by…

Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Program in Indian Country

Nov 19, 20212 min read

According to a 2019 New Mexico Department of Health report, about 31,000 indigenous adults and 4,600 youth in New Mexico smoke cigarettes. The Tobacco Use Prevention and Control (TUPAC) Program provides services and activities to schools, organizations, and communities to…

Sowing the Seeds of Hope

Nov 12, 20213 min read

Farmworkers and their families face severe stress, rural isolation, and limited access to mental health professionals. As a result, this population is high-risk for behavioral health and substance abuse problems. In 1999, seven states came together to create Sowing Seeds…

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