On Friday, March 23 at 5 pm, at the UMD's Tweed Museum, five Duluth leaders will join the Honorable Judge LaJune Thomas Lange in a presentation, Apartheid, Civil Rights & the Quest for Social Justice. This event commemorates Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King, Jr. The event is free to the public. Announcement from the [...]
This brief describes a study on the emotional health among youth experiencing family homeless that will be published in the American Academy of Pediatrics Journal.
Abused and Betrayed Series– From the Frontlines of a Sexual Assault Epidemic: Two Therapists Share Stories
This National Public Radio series explores the issues related to sexual assault of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
This publication was funded by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) based on a summit representing a variety of stakeholders interested in recovery from substance abuse.
This document discusses the need for elder abuse screening for all people who are elderly. In fact, the American Medical Association recommends that all geriatric patients receive this type of elder abuse screening.
Preventing Juvenile Suicide through Improved Collaboration: Strategies for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice Agencies
This report addresses the need for suicide prevention by successful collaboration across law enforcement, education, child welfare, mental health and other community members.
This article describes how positive behavior support combines evidence-based practices to support people who engage in behaviors that others find challenging.
Family Caregivers of Children with Special Health Care Needs: The Need for Caregiver Support as Truly Family-Centered Care
This fact sheet discusses issues related to family caregivers and the natural challenges that are experienced when supporting children needing special health care.
This article discusses the challenges encountered by families with young children in early childhood settings and the types of strategies that improve outcomes for all children.
the 2018 Minnesota Legislative session is about to begin. This webinar can help you learn more about what you can do to make your voice heard related to mental health.