HBCU-Center for Excellence Behavioral Health Awareness Day 2014
Special thanks to Student Peer Leaders and Advisors from Jackson State University De`Martinez R. Simmons, Initra Buckley, Haywood Moses and Advisor, Earnestine McNeal-Brown, Morehouse College Counseling Center Isaiah Norwood, Justin Strong and Dr. Wright, Advisor and Spelman College Counseling Center, Nandi Edouard, Jacquelyn Jones and Advisors, Cynthia Hodges-Atkins and Dean Fergunson PEPers Advisors for participating in the HBCU CFE Behavioral Health Awareness Day! Also, Dr. David Levine Professor of Pediatrics and Chief, Division of Pre-doctoral Education at Morehouse School of Medicine shared current information for supporting Lesbian Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender and Questioning students on your campus and Dr. Monifa Seawell, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Morehouse School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences provided insightful information on Navigating Behavioral Health on HBCU Campuses.
Congratulations to 2014 PSA Campaign Winners!
The 2014 PSA Campaing was a success! Find out more about the contestants and winners!
Lonnie E. Mitchell Policy Academy April 4th-6th Atlanta, GA
The Dr. Lonnie E. Mitchell HBCU Behavioral Health Policy Academy continues the work of the late Dr. Lonnie E. Mitchell, an esteemed educator, administrator, policy advisor and psychotherapist. Find out more!
Substance Abuse and Mental Health: Knowledge Application Program (KAP)
This site provides substance abuse treatment professionals with publications, online education, and other resources that contain information on best treatment practices.
Click HERE for more information
HBCU Curriculum Development
The purpose of the HBCU Regional Workshops was to facilitate the building of relationships between behavioral sciences, behavioral health, substance abuse, and mental health academics and members of the information technology departments on HBCU campuses in order to provide an atmosphere for institutional representatives to establish and achieve substance abuse and mental health curricula writing goals. The curriculum workshops were developed under the HBCU-NRC grant (TI-17165). View past Curriculum Development workshop presentations
Past HBCU-CFE News
On April 29, 2010, Gil Kerlikowske, director of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), and Dr. Ileana Arias, principal deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, visited the HBCU-CFE at Morehouse of Medicine to discuss how the HBCU-CFE, with funding from SAMHSA, is facilitating coordination among HBCU institutions to support culturally appropriate substance abuse and mental health prevention, treatment, and student health and wellness needs on HBCU campuses.
“I applaud the Morehouse School of Medicine’s leadership in creating the HBCU Center for Excellence,” said Kerlikowske. “The Center for Excellence has the opportunity to provide evidence-based substance abuse prevention programs to thousands of students attending the 105 HBCUs across the country.”
1/16 – Behavioral Health Workforce Development Opportunity
The Satcher Health Leadership Institute, at Morehouse School of Medicine, Health Policy Fellowship Program is currently recruiting and seeking applications for the Health Policy Fellowship Program. For questions, please contact L. Lerissa Smith, MPH at firstname.lastname@example.org
11/20 – HBCU CFE Behavioral Health Communication Promotion Campaign 2014-2015
10/2014 – Mini Grants
Request for Applications (RFA) 2014-2015 Behavioral Health Capacity Expansion Mini-Grant Program is now CLOSED