Tag Archives: Co-occurring Capability

April 2018

Activities in April

Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute:   Continued work on finalizing the Houston Endowment substance use disorder System Report and helping to develop MAT TA capacity for Texas. Dr. Minkoff gathering information for the report on the new naltrexone … Continue reading

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March 2018

Activities in March

Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee: Numerous telephone conferences to discuss how best to implement the ISMICC recommendations.   This culminated in an interdepartmental meeting coordinated by SAMHSA on March 28, where over 50 representatives of multiple federal … Continue reading

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Dr. Ken Minkoff on Value-Driven Systems Change

Dr. Ken Minkoff was recently interviewed for the Homelessness Resource Center newsletter. Continue reading

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Welcoming: An Essential Practice for Systems Recovery

Dr. Chris Cline and ZiaPartners were featured in a recent issue of the Homelessness Resource Center newsletter. Continue reading

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Missouri Cadre: 2010 SAMHSA Award Winner

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has selected the Missouri Cadre for Co-occurring Excellence as one of 28 organizations to receive the agency’s 2010 Science and Service Award. Continue reading

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