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Southeast MHTTC Interim Needs Assessment Report

The Interim Needs Assessment report, prepared by the Southeast MHTTC, provides an overview of the mental health priorities, strengths, and needs of the State Mental Health Agencies in the Southeast.  

Southeast Mental Health South Carolina Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides an overview of the mental health services system and landscape in South Carolina.

Southeast Mental Health North Carolina Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides an overview of the mental health services system and landscape in North Carolina.

Southeast Mental Health Kentucky Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides an overview of the mental health services system and landscape in Kentucky.

Adult SBIRT Pocket Card

Adult SBIRT Pocket Card

The Adult SBIRT Pocket card was created to assist providers in screening patients for risky alcohol levels and providing a brief intervention when necessary.  The front contains National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Guidelines for low-risk drinking limits, categories of use pyramid, and a readiness-to-change scale to share as a visual aid and help the patient decide how ready they are to make a change.  The back of the pocket card identifies steps of the brief intervention along with key interviewing techniques. 

Adolescent SBIRT Pocket Card

Adolescent SBIRT Pocket Card

The SBIRT pocket card was developed for use as a guide during a brief alcohol or substance use intervention with adolescent patients/clients. One side of the card includes a guide for scoring the CRAFFT screening tool along with a readiness-to-change scale to share as a visual aid and help the patient/client decide how ready they are to make a change.  The other side identifies steps of the brief intervention along with key interviewing techniques.  If you do not ask, adolescents will not tell you about their use of alcohol or other substance.

Webinar: Vaping 101: and Latino Youth: Devices, risks, prevention efforts, and solutions

On May 9, 2019, the National Hispanic and Latino Prevention Technology Transfer Center provide the Vaping 101: and Latino Youth: Devices, risks, prevention efforts, and solutions, webinar. We invited two presenters. The first one was Mrs. Judy Mezey. She is the Director of Community Based Programs for the Student Assistance Services Corp. Our second guest was Abe Baker-Butler; he is a junior at Blind Brook High School focused on peer-to-peer prevention and legislative advocacy.