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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Department of Health and Human Services

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration Center for Mental Health Services

Last Updated: 10/18/2012

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SAMHSA’s Resource Center to Promote Acceptance,
Dignity and Social Inclusion Associated with
Mental Health (ADS Center)

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Archived Training Teleconference Calls

The archived recordings of these training teleconferences are sponsored by the SAMHSA Resource Center to Promote Acceptance, Dignity and Social Inclusion Associated with Mental Health (ADS Center), a project of the Center for Mental Health Services of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. To access an archived training, please follow the instructions provided on each respective Web page. Training playback is free to the public.

Event Date

Archived Teleconference Recordings

September 27, 2012

Peer-Driven Innovations: Changing Systems, Changing Lives

August 14, 2012

The Role of Employment in Recovery and Social Inclusion: An Integrated Approach

June 6, 2012

Ensuring Access and Inclusion in Higher Education: Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities

February 28‚ 2012

Breaking the Poverty Cycle: Creating Social and Economic Opportunities

September 26‚ 2011

Demystifying Trauma: Sharing Pathways to Healing and Wellness

August 4, 2011

Peer Respite Services: Transforming Crisis to Wellness

June 23, 2011

Forging a Path Toward Social Inclusion: Collaboration Among Individuals, Community Partners, and Public Systems

May 9, 2011

Social Inclusion in Action: Innovative Community Programs

February 23, 2011

Housing, Homelessness, and Social Inclusion: Essential Elements of Healthy Communities

September 21, 2010

Peer Support and Peer Providers: Redefining Mental Health Recovery

August 3, 2010

Mental Health for Military Families: The Path to Resilience and Recovery

June 29, 2010

Building an Inclusive Society

March 26, 2010

The Power of the Media and Its Impact on Mental Health Recovery

December 17, 2009

The History of the Mental Health Consumer/Survivor Movement

September 24, 2009

IT Strategies to Promote Social Inclusion

September 10, 2009

Social Inclusion and Trauma Informed Care

August 25, 2009

Moving towards Social Inclusion

June 25, 2009

Suicide Prevention and the Role of the Social Determinants of Health

January 27, 2009

Promoting Acceptance and Inclusion for People with Mental Health Problems in the Workplace

November 18, 2008

Children's Mental Health Problems and the Need for Social Inclusion

October 21, 2008

Evaluating Programs to Improve Social Acceptance of People with Mental Health Issues

September 16, 2008

Addressing the Challenges of Medical Providers in Treating Persons with Mental Health Issues

August 6, 2008

Mental Health & Women in the Military: Promoting Social Acceptance and Inclusion

March 12, 2008

Reducing Stigma and Discrimination among People who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT)

December 20, 2007

Reducing Stigma for American Military Personnel

September 26, 2007

Countering Internalized Stigma among People with Mental Illnesses

June 20, 2007

Improving Provider Attitudes, Behaviors and Practices toward People with Mental Illness

April 11, 2007

February 7, 2007

January 17, 2007

November 14, 2006

September 14, 2006

June 28, 2006

May 25, 2006

April 27, 2006

Self-disclosure: The Public and Personal Effects of Revealing Mental Health Problems

March 30, 2006

Stigma in the Military: Strategies for Reducing Stigma Among Veterans and Active Duty Personnel

February 28, 2006

Results from the Field: SAMHSA's Elimination of Barriers Initiative (EBI)

October 11, 2005

Changing Minds and Inspiring Hope: Media Strategies For Reducing Stigma in Spanish-Speaking Communities

August 11, 2005

Overcoming Barriers and the Stigma Associated with
Mental Illness in Asian American/Pacific Islander
(AA/PI) Communities

June 23, 2005

Overcoming Barriers and the Stigma Associated with
Mental Illness in American Indian and Alaska Native
(AI/AN) Communities

May 5, 2005

Decreasing Stigma and the Discrimination Associated with Mental Illness in the African American Community

February 9, 2005

Debunking the Myths: Overcoming Stigma and Discrimination Toward Students with Mental Illnesses in Secondary School Settings

September 21, 2004

Addressing Stigma and Discrimination in Rural

June 22, 2004

Addressing Stigma and Discrimination Through Mental Health Consumer Contact

May 11, 2004

Addressing Stigma and Discrimination Toward Older

April 20, 2004

Training Educators to Eliminate Stigma and Discrimination in High Schools

March 31, 2004

Organizing Town Hall Meetings to Counter the Stigma and Discrimination Associated with Mental Illness: Gaining Consensus and Obtaining Opinions

February 26, 2004

Distinguishing Mental Illness Myth from Reality in the Law Enforcement Arena

January 28, 2004

Working with Faith Communities to Counter Discrimination and Stigma

November 12, 2003

Working with the Media to Address Discrimination and Stigma

November 6, 2003

Combating Stigma on Campus

August 20, 2003

Addressing Stigma in Culturally Diverse Communities

June 25, 2003

Nimbyism - Not In My Back Yard


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