As the National Council for Behavioral Health works tirelessly to provide timely resources for our member agencies during the coronavirus, COVID-19 epidemic, we recognize that the magnitude of the pandemic impacts every behavioral health practice in the country.
In response, we are launching a series of office hour sessions designed to foster peer engagement and help you respond to the surge in care demands that you now face. The sessions will include updates on recent regulatory and policy actions pertinent to the area, discussion of current areas of most pressing concern, exchange of ideas for intervention, early identification and discussion of new concerns rising or anticipated and collaborative support as we all deal with these challenges.
This session, focused on the impacts of COVID-19 on children and families, will provide space for open discussion about your most critical questions, concerns, and challenges you and your organization are facing in recent weeks. We will hear from a variety of organizations and experts in the field who will discuss ideas with you for best reaching and serving children and families in need. Your questions and most pressing needs will guide each session, so we encourage you to complete the short answer questions provided in the registration.
Other office hour sessions in this series will include the following focus areas related to COVID-19:
• Self-Care and Stress Management
• Substance Use Disorder Services
• Finance and Operations
• Residential Treatment Services
• Telehealth and Telemedicine
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.