Dr. Tia Dole, Chief 988 Lifeline Officer at Vibrant Emotional Health, shares the latest 988 news — from subnetwork rollouts to geo-routing.
Dr. Sosunmolu Shoyinka shares that one of the most troublesome forms of mental health stigma in the U.S. is the persistent disparity in health care funding. He says a prospective funding model can help counter it.
Michael F. Hogan and David W. Covington, co-founders of Crisis Now, discuss the lack of adequate behavioral health emergency services for life-threatening mental health, addiction, and suicidal crises. They discuss Arizona as the base camp for psychiatric emergency care but highlight there is much to be done to reach the
Canopy Roots — a majority Black and woman-owned mental health practice in Minnesota — operates the inaugural behavioral crisis response program in Minneapolis.
Sue Murray, head of the Zero Suicide Institute of Australasia, asks mental health experts, “Who is caring for health care workers?”
Suicidologist Dr. DeQuincy Meiffren-Lézine says he wishes he could convey to his younger self, and to young people today, to be open to possibility.
SMI Adviser is an innovative grant — it has the ability to adapt, allowing it to respond to data and current events.
Colleagues told psychiatrist René Keet to keep his experience with mental health challenges to himself. He shares how he pushed to create openness in the field.
Silouan Green says that for someone in the military or a first responder, the loss of identity can contribute to a person’s deterioration.
Paolo del Vecchio, director of SAMHSA’s newly established Office of Recovery, says 988 is an opportunity to go beyond a three-digit number and transform the crisis care system meaningfully, “so people receive the care they need.”