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Shaping the Future: Challenges and Opportunities

Shaping the Future: Challenges and Opportunities

Presentation by Administrator Hyde, American Psychological Association, August 5, 2011 (Slides)

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Explores the changes underway in the field of behavioral health, the impact of health reform, disparities and a national behavioral health quality framework, prevention, and the need for a national dialogue on the role of behavioral health in public life.



Pub id: SMA11-PHYDE08052011
Publication Date: 8/2011
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Format: Presentation
Audience: Public Health Professionals, Professional Care Providers, Program Planners, Administrators, & Project Managers
Series: Administrator Pam Hyde's Presentations
Population Group: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender, Military & Veterans as Population Group, American Indian & Alaska Native, Females

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01/09/2012 10:22 AM

Anonymous customer said:

The Administrator must compel the Director of CMHS and the Director of the Office of Consumer Affairs to contract with skilled consumes who can translate

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01/09/2012 10:54 AM

Anonymous customer said:

There must be the development of Homeless Empowerment Initiatives and the homeless or formerly should be engaged in all planning & policy that winds up as operative rules. Those inner city ethnic minority churches that are more than often located in the proximity of all the suffering should also be reached out to in a culturally competent fashion & way. Any other way. Would just wind up with the waste of federal funds. More skillfujlly at the Agency level ---- grassroots contractors must participate as Reviewers and Consultants in the forward direction of all money appropriated by Congress for the expressesd purposes to carry out congressional mandates that should have been implemented more aggressively years ago. Now, go to those who have demonstrated street credentials and who are known or soon to be known by CMHS Homeless Programs Branch, Consumer Programs Support Branch, and the Office of Consumer Affairs. Soon, there should immediately begin some rumblings to plan for this outcome with professional grassroot advocates who've worked with the Agency (SAMHSA) and have demonstrated skills in putting together Providers and Clients from the "real trenches" in efforts to now eliminate and not maintain homelessness!

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01/09/2012 10:54 AM

Anonymous customer said:

The Administrator must show the capacity to reach out to the suffering masses by leading the Director of CMHS and the Office of Consumer Affairs to contract with consumers and family members who are skilled in translating important agency presentations into the argot of the streets. Importantly, this is the only way to fuel the millions of indigent and formerly indigent individuals to participate in the overall HHS and SAMHSA goal of eliminating homelessness. Yes, by empowering the advocates (faith-based and nonprofits) to be encouraged to converse with and involve the homeless, in strategizing, themselves, in the Elimination of Homelessness by 2015. Resources must go to those closest to the problem. If not enabled currently, then SAMHSA must quickly gain the capacity by receiving consultations from not only academia who are experts in sociology, human services, and psychology/psychiatry. So often those tactics are really off the mark! This time around after twenty-years of failure in dealing with homelessness.