Monthly Archives: July 2014

SAMHSA Considers Making Changes to Federal Regulations Related to Substance Abuse Treatment Records

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is considering making changes to regulations that provide guidance on a federal law that requires patient consent before substance abuse treatment records can be shared between providers. These changes would impact … Continue reading

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Have you joined us for our webinar series on Supporting Children, Parents & Caregivers Impacted by DV?

NCDVTMH recently launched a new 10-part webinar series: Building Trauma-Informed Services for Children, Youth, and Parents Impacted by Domestic Violence. The series is designed for advocates and supervisors, as well as mental health clinicians. Through this series, participants will learn … Continue reading

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Assistance Available for DV Coalitions Surveying Member Programs on Trauma-Informed Services

As part of the requirements of the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) Coalition Grant, state coalitions are required to conduct an assessment of their member programs’ capacity to provide trauma-informed services. NCDVTMH has been assisting many coalitions in meeting … Continue reading

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Report on Screening for Intimate Partner Violence Released, Following Research Symposium Hosted by HHS

Among the many changes ushered in by the Affordable Care Act, health care providers now have an incentive to screen women for intimate partner violence (IPV). This is because the ACA now provides that new insurance plans must pay for … Continue reading

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Monthly Review of Research on Interpersonal Abuse

For clinicians, researchers, and others committed to ending domestic violence and other forms of interpersonal abuse, NCDVTMH recommends Dr. Harise Stein’s monthly research summaries, Abuse Research. This review highlights a wide range of research related to interpersonal abuse, and includes … Continue reading

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