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    New Technologies for Improving Behavioral Health

    A National Call for Accelerating the Use of New Methods for Assessing and Treating Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders

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    Navigating The New Frontier of Mental Health and Addiction: A Guide for the 115th Congress

    To help bring about meaningful change for the millions of Americans living with a mental health condition or addiction

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    5 Pillars: The Pathway to Improving the Delivery of Mental Health Services in Education

    The Kennedy Forum outlines the path to equitable mental health services for youth

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    Mental Health Activities for the Classroom

    Tools for teachers

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    SAMHSA Action Signs

    Helping educators identify children at risk

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    Youth Mental Health First Aid

    Youth Mental Health and Wellness Identification & Intervention

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    DCD Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Fact Sheet

    Looking at how ACEs affect our lives and society

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    Promoting Brain Health and Brain Fitness: A National Call for Action

    Third in our series of issue briefs on Fixing Mental Health Care in America

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    A Core Set of Outcome Measures for Behavioral Health Across Service Settings

    Supplement to the issue brief, "A National Call for Measurement-Based Care in the Delivery of Behavioral Health Services"

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— Patrick J. Kennedy
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