Engaging Justice Involved Individuals with Mental Health and SUD Treatment and Social Supports in Massachusetts

November 09, 2022
UMass Chan Commonwealth Medicine Engaging justice involved individuals with mental health and SUD treatment and social supports in Massachusetts Session 5062: Integrated Behavioral Health: Mental Health and Substance Use Oral Session #2 Addressing Disparities in Approaches to Integrated Behavioral Health Presented to: APHA AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION For science For action. For health Presented by: Katharine London Principal, Health Law & Policy November 9. 2022
Katharine London, MS
Commonwealth Medicine
Erica Ferreira, MPH
Commononwealth Medicine
Jack Gettens, PhD
Commonwealth Medicine
Emilia Dunham, MPP, MBA
Office of Medicaid (MassHealth)
Scott Taberner
Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services

This presentation explores how to address disparities in integrated behavioral health approaches in this at-risk group. It was presented by Katharine London, principal, Health Law & Policy at UMass Chan Medical School, Commonwealth Medicine, at the American Public Health Association’s annual meeting, which features thousands of public health leaders from across the country. The presentation was co-authored by Scott Taberner from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services, Emilia Dunham from the MassHealth Office of Behavioral Health, Jack Gettens, assistant professor at UMass Chan Medical School, Commonwealth Medicine, and Erica Ferreira, senior research and evaluation analyst at UMass Chan Medical School, Commonwealth Medicine.

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Engaging Justice Involved Individuals with Mental Health and SUD Treatment and Social Supports in Massachusetts

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American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo