Train and implement
UCLA Prevention Center of Excellence: Develops the L.A. County workforce’s ability to address the impact of trauma, promoting individual and community empowerment.
UCLA Hispanic Neuropsychiatric Center of Excellence: Mentors those who work to establish the Community Ambassador Network across L.A. County’s most-disadvantaged neighborhoods. Visit uclahealth.org/hnce
Jane and Terry Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA’s Public Mental Health Graduate Program: Provides a professional development pathway for clinicians skilled in public mental health.
DMH + Semel Institute Position for National Clinician Scholars Program: Trains mental health clinicians to perform collaborative research with diverse communities to address health disparities.
Design and innovate
UCLA Depression Grand Challenge’s Screening and Treatment for Anxiety and Depression (STAND) Program: Utilizes technology-based delivery platforms to identify, prevent, and address mental health conditions and suicide risk among community college students in partnership with DMH. Visit grandchallenges.ucla.edu/depression
Public Mental Health Partnership: Promotes performance-based programming for LACDMH through implementation support. Works alongside key collaborators, including Third Sector Capital Partners and the Ballmer Group. Visit pmhp.ucla.edu
UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families: Addresses the challenges of reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic, with a focus on those facing inequity and disparities. Visit pritzkercenter.ucla.edu
Study and advocate
The nation’s largest public mental health department uses a “heart-forward” approach to support recovery and wellbeing.
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