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Where you live maters and fair housing laws protect your right to equal enjoyment and access to housing. Fair housing issues can intersect domestic violence issues when discrimination reduces a person's ability to find safe housing of their choice within their means. Join us as we discuss these issues with The Community Violence Intervention Center in an informal web format. Fair Housing means you cannot be discriminated against in housing based on based on your race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status, or because you have a disability. Fair Housing is your right.
Topics: Addiction, Mental Health, Prevention
Register now for an upcoming training session to learn the required steps to become a 1915(i) Medicaid provider.
During this webinar, a diverse trio of peer supporters will share their perspectives on person-centered planning in the context of their lived experience. Presenters will discuss opportunities and challenges for blending and strengthening peer support and person-centered planning in diverse communities, and in physical, mental health, and intellectual and developmental disability services.
Topics: Addiction, Mental Health, Prevention
The fourth annual Recovery Reinvented brings together state and national addiction and recovery stakeholders for a day dedicated to eliminating the shame and stigma of the disease of addiction and empowering communities to support recovery.
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Human Services hosts virtual sharing sessions today and tomorrow to celebrate efforts to reduce underage drinking in North Dakota
The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Behavioral Health Division is hosting a series of virtual sharing sessions today and tomorrow to celebrate efforts implemented by communities throughout the state to prevent underage drinking among youth through a federal Partnership for Success grant.
The fourth annual Recovery Reinvented, an event dedicated to eliminating the shame and stigma of the disease of addiction and empowering communities to support recovery, will be an online, interactive experience on Oct. 28, 2020.
Human Services partners with LSS to launch Project Renew to support the behavioral health of North Dakotans affected by the pandemic
The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Behavioral Health Division was recently awarded a Crisis Counseling Program (CCP) grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to support the behavioral health of North Dakotans impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Through this grant, the division is launching Project Renew, a partnership with Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota, to provide free and anonymous brief support services to individuals throughout the state.
Human Services awarded emergency grant to support behavioral health response to COVID-19; agency is seeking proposals to provide behavioral health services
The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Behavioral Health Division has been awarded a $2 million grant from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to support the state’s behavioral health response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Human Services’ Behavioral Health Division creates behavioral health toolkit for employers to create supportive workplaces during COVID-19 pandemic
North Dakota employers have a unique ability and responsibility to support the behavioral health needs of their employees as they navigate these challenging times. To support their efforts, the North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Behavioral Health Division has created a behavioral health toolkit for employers to support employees’ behavioral health. The toolkit is available online by clicking here.
Lock. Monitor. Take Back. is an evidence-based prevention effort with the primary goal of reducing access to prescription drugs, especially opioids, by encouraging North Dakotans to be safe with their medications, including promoting North Dakota Take Back locations, and promoting ways communities can support this effort at the local level.
Stop Overdose is an evidence-based overdose prevention effort focused on saving lives by raising awareness of the risk and signs of overdose, safe ways to respond, and best practices in prescribing, treatment, and recovery practices to those most impacted by this public health concern, such as family members and friends, prescribers, pharmacists, behavioral health professionals, and other professionals.