In this month’s issue, we provide an in-depth look at seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
In this month’s newsletter we discuss the importance of screening and treatment for Major Depressive Disorder.
This month’s newsletter will define recovery and provide key principles and approaches to supporting the recovery process. This approach will provide a higher quality of care to residents with behavioral health disorders and also help nursing facilities comply with regulatory guidance.
In this month’s newsletter, we will recognize International Overdose Awareness Day and explore overdose prevention measures that can be taken to support residents who are prescribed an opioid.
In this month’s newsletter, we will define trauma and learn how a trauma-informed model can address the unique needs of residents with a history of trauma and triggers. This approach will provide higher quality care to residents and be compliant with nursing facility regulatory guidance regarding trauma-informed care.
This month’s newsletter focuses on establishing and monitoring a Naloxone program for your nursing facility. Become informed about regulatory guidance and share new COE-NF resources that will assist your facility in implementing an effective Naloxone program.
Over the past 20 years, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has recognized May as Mental Health Awareness Month. The Mental Health Awareness Month toolkit provides resources to promote conversations, best practices, and materials to support individuals living with a mental illness.
The month of April which is Alcohol Awareness Month is coming to a close. This month of awareness began in 1987 as a public health program, organized by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD).
The COE-NF invites you to register to attend upcoming trainings. Some trainings have seating capacity limits, so early registration is recommended.
Last month, we asked if you wanted to learn more about serious mental illness (SMI) and the response was yes. This month’s newsletter focuses on schizophrenia, one of the Serious Mental Illness (SMI) diagnoses. Continue reading to learn about diagnosis,...