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Leading Change in an Era of Health Reform

Leading Change in an Era of Health Reform

Presentation by Administrator Hyde, National Association of Counties Legislative Conference, March 5, 2011 (Slides)

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Discusses SAMHSA's role in leading change to reduce the impact of mental illness and substance abuse during health reform. Examines trauma and the criminal justice system, and the role of counties in capitalizing on emerging opportunities.

Pub id: SMA11-PHYDE030511
Publication Date: 3/2011
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Format: Presentation
Audience: HHS Staff, Law Enforcement, Legal Community, Policymakers, Program Planners, Administrators, & Project Managers, Public Officials, Regulators
Series: Administrator Pam Hyde's Presentations
Population Group: Adolescents as Population Group, Children as Population Group, Children of Parents with Alcohol Use or Abuse Problems, Children of Parents with Substance Use or Abuse Problems, People with Mental Health Problems as Population Group, Families, Homeless as Population Group, People in the Criminal Justice System, People in the Juvenile Justice System, People with Alcohol Use or Abuse Problems as Population Group, People with Substance Use or Abuse Problems as Population Group, Trauma Survivors as Population Group

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