A 28-item, self-report scale to assess substance abuse.
A three-question, qualitative survey resulting in a numeric value to determine whether or not the surveyor has a problem with alcohol abuse.
A conglomerate of peer reviewed articles and reports that focus on the quality of integration between behavioral and physical health care settings.
A comprehensive provider guide to using the CRAFFT screening tool in order to assess adolescents’ risk of drug or alcohol abuse, as well as intervention and treatment techniques.
A resource for mandatory reporters on how to report abuse of vulnerable adults.
A resourceful website with phone numbers and hours of operation of different child abuse reporting agencies around the state.
The Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR) is a great resource for prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery support services.
This website provides information on diverse communities and the effect of cultural differences on mental health care. It also provides a link to find the proper care provider for patients of different cultural backgrounds.
This thesaurus offers plain language substitutes for medical terminology, phrases, and references commonly used in order to make health information clear and easy to understand.
Focusing on the mental health effects of human trafficking, this website provides information and insight into what trafficking survivors go through, and discusses how to properly address their mental health needs.