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The Health Equity Tracker
The Health Equity Tracker aims to give a detailed view of health outcomes by race, ethnicity, sex, socioeconomic status, and other critical factors. This tool will help policymakers and community leaders, understand, identify, and respond to the resources and support affected communities need to be able to improve their outcomes.
Mental Health Parity: Ending Discrimination in Health Insurance Coverage
May 2021 webinar featuring U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh, Former U.S. Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy, Inseparable founder Bill Smith, and commissioner of the New York State Office of Mental Health and Ann Marie Sullivan, M.D. Panelists discuss mental health parity enforcement and the U.S. Department of Labor’s role overseeing self-funded health plans.
In 2020 Congress approved 988 to transform how we serve people facing a mental health crisis by providing a safe, easy-to-remember alternative to 911. States must now fund their own crisis response systems that work for everyone by July 22. This toolkit was developed by chief executives of the nation’s leading mental health advocacy organizations and professional associations (“The CEO Huddle”) to help advocates spread the word.
The Early Psychosis Intervention Network (EPINET)
EPINET is a national learning health care system that links early psychosis clinics through standard clinical measures, uniform data collection methods and data sharing agreements. The EPINET initiative includes eight regional hubs, 101 early psychosis clinics across 16 states, and the EPINET National Data Coordinating Center (ENDCC). Through this EPINET process and partnership a unique research database will be created and be available to collaborators within and outside of EPINET to support research and improve early psychosis identification and care.
A Unified Vision for Transforming Mental Health and Substance Use Care
This statement calls for policy, programs and standards that prioritize mental health care and address the social and economic conditions – including racism and discrimination – that disproportionately impact people of color and the poor, and result in inadequate and inequitable access to effective, humane treatment.
COVID-19 Pandemic: How Can I Help?
The Center for High Impact Philanthropy (CHIP) at Penn’s School of Social Policy & Practice has published special online guidance for giving and grantmaking during the COVID-19 pandemic and economic crisis. The online toolkit includes strategies for effective giving, urgent needs to address now, and nonprofits to support.
COVID-19 Mental Health Resources
A list of agencies and organizations that have robust mental health resources available online to help individuals and parents during uncertain times.
A campaign/website that seeks to empower youth and parents to recognize and address problematic tech behavior; empower strategic partners and the media to understand and communicate effectively about tech addiction, particularly in youth; and empower policymakers to protect youth from harmful technology and predatory engagement techniques.