SAMHSA’s Office of Behavioral Health Equity is hosting a webinar for community-based organizations (CBOs) serving under-resourced minority and LBGT populations. The event will provide an overview of SAMHSA's grant application process, clarify grant application submission requirements, and include a Q&A session. "Elevate CBOs” is the Office of Behavioral Health Equity's initiative to build capacity, increase visibility, and highlight the unique role of CBOs serving under-resourced communities in behavioral health. Speaker Dr. Beverly Vayhinger has a Ph.D in Counseling Psychology.
Many older adults feel socially isolated and lonely, which leaves them vulnerable to related health problems such as cognitive decline, depression, and heart disease. Join NIA experts for a Facebook Live Q&A to learn how social isolation impacts your health and how to stay more connected. To increase awareness of this issue, NIA invites you to join them in discussion and resource-sharing to help older adults stay connected and well.
The third TBI Tuesday session will focus on Return to Learn following brain injury. The session will begin with a panel of TBI State Partnership Program (SPP) grantees (Oregon and Pennsylvania) who will discuss Return to Learn initiatives. Participants will hear from a concussion expert and an individual with a TBI, who will share their return to learn experience. ACLwill also lead a discussion with session participants about the pros and cons of state legislation on Return to Learn.