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Tag: National Hispanic and Latino ATTC

ATTC's Pearls of Wisdom: Saving Lives and Advancing Behavioral Health Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion

Published: 07/06/2023
 By: Dr. Susie Villalobos, National Hispanic Latino Addiction Technology Transfer Center SAMHSA Addiction Technology Transfer Centers In the realm of behavioral health, access to effective treatment and support services is crucial for individuals facing mental health challenges or substance use disorders. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has taken significant strides in […]
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Embracing Change – Diversity and Connectivity in behavioral health

Published: 09/15/2022
By Dr. Susie Villalobos, Director, National Hispanic and Latino Addiction & Prevention Technology Transfer Centers The lives and livelihoods of many Hispanic and Latino Americans were deeply affected by the impact of COVID-19. The spotlight reminded us of the continued racial and ethnic inequalities in health and healthcare. The quality, experience, and access remain stagnant […]
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Radical Healing: A Viable Response to Racial and Ethnic Inequities in Behavioral Health

Published: 10/21/2020
Maxine Henry, MSW, MBACo-DirectorNational Hispanic and Latino ATTC Ethnic and racial inequality has been present in our landscape for generations, yet the COVID 19 pandemic seems to have put a spotlight on the disparities felt by people of color and other minority groups. In a time where the entire world is experiencing overwhelming stress brought […]
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