Integrating behavioral health and community systems to enhance the access, provision, and quality of substance use disorder, opioid use disorder, and mental health services.

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Wheel of Wellness: Energy Session 1

09 Jul 2024

A micro-training, held twice a month, and each month will focus on a specific principle. Dr. Rebecca Shisler Marshall will be leading all of these training sessions. If you were unable to attend the introductory webinar you can view...

Micro-Mind Pivot Training: How To Transform Health In Recovery Using Nutrition, Session 2

18 Jul 2024

A 12-week series of dynamic micro-trainings, designed to teach anyone working in the healthcare, addiction, and recovery fields how to implement evidence-based strategies that can not only enhance your well-being but also provide tools to integrate into your patient/client...

Voices From the Field: Centering Lived and Living Experience in Overdose Prevention

29 Jul 2024

This webinar will include insights and strategies on successfully centering People With Lived and Living Experience in overdose prevention work through health department and community collaborations.

Clinical Community Partnerships to Support Behavioral Health in Service Members, Veterans and their Families

30 Jul 2024

Learn how clinical community providers can work together to support the behavioral health needs of service members, Veterans, and their families.


“The National Mental Health and Substance Use Policy Laboratory (Policy Lab) leads the equitable coordination, analysis, development, and implementation of national policy to promote mental health, prevent substance misuse and addiction, provide treatment and support recovery.”

Harm Reduction

“Harm reduction is critical to keeping people who use drugs alive and as healthy as possible, and is a key pillar in the multi-faceted Health and Human Services’ Overdose Prevention Strategy.”


“The use of medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a “whole-patient” approach to the treatment of substance use disorders.”



“Recovery signals a dramatic shift in the expectation for positive outcomes for individuals who experience mental and substance use conditions or the co-occurring of the two.”