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AABH-COE-Developed Resources

Below you will find a current listing of resources and tools developed by the AABH-COE. We encourage you to check back often and subscribe to our eNewsletter to stay up-to-date as new items are added!

 


Cultural and Clinical Factors Affecting Health of BIPOC, Queer and Trans, and Communities with Disabilities

This webinar event originally aired on April 21, 2021.

Presenter: Dr. Nzinga Harrison

This workshop used a mix of didactic, audience response, and interactive personal introspection exercises with the goal of pushing healthcare staff to identify personal, programmatic, systemic, and policy factors that contribute to health disparities seen in Black communities. The workshop presents evidence-based strategies for addressing those factors.

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Structural Racism and Black Mental Health

This webinar event originally aired on March 5, 2021.

Sarah Y. Vinson, M.D.
Medical Director
African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence
Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics
Morehouse School of Medicine

Dr. Vinson explores the historical and contemporary context of structural racism and its role in the social determinants of health, and identifies steps we can take to identify and address the associated behavioral health challenges.

 


What We Believe

What We Believe CoverEssay

Pamela Woll, MA, CPS
Senior Consultant
African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence

This essay opens a discussion of the central premises behind the work of the African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence. From our beliefs about the population we serve to our views on language, truth-telling, and the complexity of the challenges we face, this essay invites the reader to join the discussion.

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Many Rivers To Cross: Critical Challenges and Overarching Goals for the African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence

Article

Pamela Woll, MA, CPS
Senior Consultant
African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence

This article explores the four major areas of challenge that the African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence was founded to address, and the four overarching goals that the center has adopted.

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Healing History: Where History Meets Behavioral Health Equity for African Americans

Self-Study and Discussion Guide

Pamela Woll, MA, CPS
Senior Consultant
African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence

This self-study and discussion guide helps readers, discussion groups, and learning communities explore the effects of history in light of their own experience, their work, and the individuals they serve in their behavioral health practice. (42 pages)

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Press Announcment: About the African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence

This flyer provides information on the newly founded African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (AABH CoE).

Founded October 1, 2020, this innovative yet deeply grounded Center has been structured to mobilize the scholarship and expertise of many distinguished voices in African American behavioral health and health equity, the knowledge and wisdom of multiple national bodies representing a broad spectrum of Black stakeholders, and the established networks of a host of strategic partners committed to marketing and disseminating the new center’s products and services.

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