How to Survive a Large Family Including a Mental Illness and Remain Together: An Exploration of Our Lived Experience
Our middle son came up from the basement where it was safe for him to play alone – he-proofed – and when he entered the kitchen I turned to see
English and Spanish CANS Reports Benefit Families Thanks to a Collaboration Between Santa Cruz County and Community Data Roundtable
“Research has repeatedly shown that consumer-developed plans are the most successful, so we want to give consumers information in a way they can use it to drive their own treatment.”
Can our data systems and electronic health records help us see what we may not otherwise see?
There are so many things that I love about being a CANS NY Trainer & Coach. When I start prepping for day one of the two-day Introductory Training I know
Expanding The Hoofprints of How Horses Transform Human Lives: The Equine-Assisted Collaborative for Health (EACH)
Equine-assisted refers to the integration of horses in a dynamic and intentional manner to promote health and well-being for humans. Clinicians work with horses to enhance counseling, psychotherapy, physical therapy,
Reflections on Kentucky’s Statewide Implementation and Use of the CANS for Clinical Decision-Making for Youth
We are just two months away from welcoming you to our beautiful state of Kentucky!
Behind the Blue Podcast:
The Center for Innovation in Population Health
On this episode of “Behind the Blue,” Dr. Cull and Dr. Lindsey discuss the center’s mission and goals, the benefit for agencies that rely upon this type of crossover information, how the College of Public Health hopes to utilize the center to improve upon social determinants of health in the population, and more.
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