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2015-2016 HBCU-CFE Behavioral Health Capacity Expansion Mini-Grant Request for Application!

6/30 The Importance of Talking & Tackling Trauma at HBCUs

HBCU-CFE webinar participants will be introduced to various forms of trauma that can impact mental health, student achievement, performance, and retention. Four main types of trauma will be discussed:

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2015 Dr. Lonnie E. Mitchell Policy Academy

Thank you for attending the Dr. Lonnie E. Mitchell Behavioral Health Policy Academy, held March 13-15, 2015 in San Antonio, TX. The presentations and photos have been uploaded to the LEM Registration Website which can be below. Select your registration category and you will be able to view the files.

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Public Service Announcements Entries

All Entries are now available for view. Be sure to view check out all PSA's.

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Technical Assistance Webinars

The HBCU Center for Excellence and Evaluation Team has established a schedule for 2014-2015 HBCU-CFE Behavioral Health Capacity Expansion Sub Award Recipients to receive Technical Assistance (TA).

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Mini Grantees/Sub Awardees

Congratulations to the recipients!

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Internships and Fellowships

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News Flash

The HBCU-Center for Excellence is pleased to announce we received a notice of award from SAMSHA to continue to serve as the HBCU-CFE in Behavioral Health, thanks for your support and contributions! Information pertaining to upcoming behavioral health opportunities is forthcoming!

The HBCU Center for Excellence (HBCU-CFE) in Behavioral Health at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) is funded through a Cooperative Agreement with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) and Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS) Grant Number TI-023447.

The HBCU-CFE in Behavioral Health was established as a result of the accomplishments of the HBCU National Resource Center (HBCU-NRC) for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Infrastructure Development and the HBCU-CFE in Substance Abuse and Mental Health, also funded by SAMHSA.

The goals of the HBCU-CFE are to:

  • Promote student behavioral health to positively impact student retention
  • Expand campus service capacity, including the provision of culturally appropriate behavioral health resources
  • Facilitate best practices dissemination, foster student leadership, and behavioral health workforce development
The HBCU-CFE, through its established HBCU network, will target all 105 HBCUs and provide ongoing technical assistance and on-site and distance learning opportunities. The HBCU-CFE will advance these goals by building and strengthening collaborative partnerships