Reimagining Primary Care: Innovation After Disruption
Reimagining Primary Care: Innovation After Disruption aims to encourage community health center providers and leaders to think differently, feel empowered, and join the celebration of innovation and commitment to community health in the wake of COVID-19.
This podcast series has been funded by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services.
Episode 1Engaging Black Communities in SUD Treatment
- In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Lawrence Bryant and Cory Ware from the African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence where we discuss Engaging Black Communities in Substance Use Disorder Treatment to reverse the trend of overdose deaths. Throughout this discussion, we talk about the history of SUD overdose, contributions, and key action steps.
- Health Disparities Among Black Gay Men at the Intersection of Race and SUDs - Dr. Bryant
- Behavioral Health Treatment for Major Racial and Ethnic Groups - SAMHSA
- Language Matters - ATTC Network
- How to be an Anti-Racist - Ibram X. Kendi
- Opioid Rates Rise Among African Americans - NIH
- Examples of Values Statements with Commitments to Diversity/Inclusiveness - The Denver Foundation
- African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence
- Opioid Response Network
Madison Schmitt is the Senior Manager, Behavioral Health & Primary Care Workforce Initiatives at the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers where she leads workforce programs for community health centers, community mental health centers, and many other community-based organizations across Massachusetts. Madison has a direct background in behavioral health, earning her Bachelor's degree in Psychology and her Master's degree in Education with a focus on Curriculum and Instruction - Applied Behavior Analysis.Producer
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