Mental Health America Presents: Funding Primary Prevention – Overcoming Challenges with Innovative Financing MechanismsOn Monday September 8, 2014 at 2:00pm EST, Mental Health America and SAMHSA will present a Webinar on overcoming the challenges associated with funding primary prevention initiatives.
Courtesty of Mental Health America, here is the description of the webinar content:
Identifying sustainable financing for primary prevention is a challenge throughout human service sectors. Although many sectors – mental health and substance abuse, general health, education, public health, child welfare, juvenile justice – are concerned with individual and community well-being; financing, policy and programmatic divisions make collaboration between sectors difficult. In an attempt to better understand the financing landscape and promote understanding between human service fields, this webinar will review the challenges of our current system, explore major existing funding mechanisms, and share emerging and innovative public and private financing strategies that can be utilized for primary prevention interventions. Read More…
Intended Audience: This webinar is aimed at federal, state, and county level stakeholders from multiple sectors – behavioral health, general health, public health, education, child welfare, and juvenile justice – who are interested in primary prevention. The information may also be of interest to researchers, community based organizations, and others who are concerned with promoting individual, family, and community wellbeing.
Can’t make it to this webinar? No problem, Mental Health America will make the recording and slides available on their website once the webinar has ended.
Dana joined the iCarol team in 2013 after 12 years of direct service and administrative duties at a blended 2-1-1/crisis intervention/suicide prevention center. As the Communications and Social Media Manager at iCarol, you’ll find her presenting Webinars, Tweeting, Blogging, Facebooking, and producing other materials that aid helplines in their work.