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School-Based Mental Health: A National Priority
“School-Based Mental Health: A National Priority,” explored how education systems across the country can address the immediate mental health needs of students and integrate mental health curricula long-term. Topics of this panel discussion will include innovative approaches to engage youth, best practices for program development and assessment, strategies for addressing common challenges, and more.
The Essential Role of Organized Labor in Addressing Workplace Mental Health
“The Essential Role of Organized Labor in Addressing Workplace Mental Health,” explored the ways in which labor leaders plan to advance this paradigm shift, working with businesses and organizations nationwide to ensure all workers get the support they need.
Mental Health Parity: Ending Discrimination in Health Insurance Coverage
This May 2021 webinar explored the ways in which labor leaders plan to advance a paradigm shift toward longterm health and whole person care, working with businesses and organizations nationwide to ensure all workers get the support they need.
Substance Use Disorder
Substance use can lead to tolerance, drug dependency, cravings, overconsumption, and other substance disorder symptoms. Discover signs and how to begin treatment.
Substance Use and Relationships: Supporting Your Loved One in Recovery
Supporting another person’s journey through substance use treatment and recovery can be a challenging time in any relationship. Learn how to be there for the people you love.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
CBT is an evidence-based treatment that can help people with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, hard relationships, and many other problems.
Medication for Pain
The treatment of pain is addressed through medicine, mental health, physical rehabilitation, and additional treatments that have been proven to help.
Medications Used to Treat Substance Use Disorders
Treating Substance Use Disorders can be challenging. With help from qualified medical specialists, people can reduce or eliminate problematic substance use.