Author Archives: Sarah Minkoff

January-June 2020 Work

Activities: In the context of the COVID pandemic, there has been continuing (virtual, of course) activity on both old and new projects and a very busy summer! Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee: Dr. Minkoff and the other non-federal members … Continue reading

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Training on Designing Ideal Health Crisis Systems

Dr. Minkoff held a training with Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center on designing and implementing ideal behavioral health crisis Systems. A PDF copy of the training is available below.

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June-August 2019

ZIA NEWS – June-August 2019 Activities: There has been continuing activity on both old and new projects and a very busy summer! Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee: Dr. Minkoff and the other non-federal members of ISMICC attended the in-person … Continue reading

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March-May 2019

ZIA NEWS – March-May 2019 Activities: There has been continuing activity on both old and new projects as 2019 starts off with a lot going on! Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee: Dr. Minkoff and the non-federal members of ISMICC … Continue reading

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January-February 2019

ZIA NEWS – January-February 2019 Activities: There has been continuing activity on both old and new projects as 2019 starts off with a lot going on! Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee: Dr. Minkoff and the non-federal members of ISMICC … Continue reading

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Victorian Dual Diagnosis Initiative

St. Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne hosted the Victorian Dual Diagnosis Initiative Forum on March 12th.  They have provided video presentations on their website, including an introduction to The Harris Project by our own Dr. Kenneth Minkoff. VDDI Forum 2019 Introduction … Continue reading

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November-December 2018

Activities: There has been continuing activity on both old and new projects as the year draws to a close! Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee: Dr. Minkoff worked with the non-federal members of ISMICC to help organize several activities to … Continue reading

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September-October 2018

ZIA NEWS – September-October, 2018 Fall Activities: There has been an explosion of activity, including international events, this fall, and more to come! Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee: Dr. Minkoff worked with the non-federal members of ISMICC to help … Continue reading

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July-August 2018

Summer Activities: Even with vacations (2 weeks in Brazil in July, 2 weeks on Cape Cod in August) it has been a busy summer. Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee: Dr. Minkoff worked with the non-federal members of ISMICC to … Continue reading

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“September is Recovery Month”

This was taken from Hon. Peggy Hora of the Justice Speakers Institute September is Recovery Month A Time of Celebration and Hope www.recoverymonth.gov In Memorium: Christopher Kennedy Lawford, 33 years sober. While recovery should be celebrated every day, September is … Continue reading

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