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Last Updated: 6/22/2012

SAMHSA’s Resource Center to Promote Acceptance,
Dignity and Social Inclusion Associated with
Mental Health (ADS Center)

 

Webcasts

Webcasts educate State coordinators and partners on important topics related to the CMHR. Webcasts cover a wealth of information in an online video that can be viewed at any time.

Access the first CMHR webcast and archived webcast discussion: Creating Effective Partnerships to Support the Campaign for Mental Health Recovery.

Access the second CMHR Webcast: Working with the Media to Support the Campaign for Mental Health Recovery.

Access the third CMHR Webcast: The Multicultural Phase of the Campaign for Mental Health Recovery.

Access the fourth CMHR Webcast: Young Adults and Mental Health Recovery:  Perspectives on Social Inclusion and Acceptance.

Access the fifth CMHR Webcast: Speaking from Your Heart: Public Speaking and the Path to Recovery.

Access the sixth CMHR Webcast: Engaging the Community with the Campaign for Mental Health Recovery’s Multicultural Resources

 

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