December’s Bulletin covers International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Social Determinants of Health Fundamentals and Holiday Wellness & Self-Care.
November’s Bulletin covers Opioid Prevention Education, American Indian Heritage Month, and Veteran’s Day.
New case study is available – This Case Study underlines recent reports on substance use among the TAY population, best practices, and considerations to support the TAY population.
If you’re new to the prevention field, or still trying to gain a fundamental understanding of primary prevention best practices at the local, state, and national levels, this training is for you!
October is Substance Use Disorders Prevention and Mental Health Month, Blindness Awareness Month, and Bullying Prevention Month.
Announcing a new learning series! Next training: “Advancing Equity and Centering Communities” is on
Wednesday, November 1, 2023 | 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
We invite you to save the date for next year’s Regionals! In the Spring of 2024, Advance Behavioral Health Prevention in California will be hosting six, one-day regional events across California, highlighting the theme of centering community voices.
What’s the difference between advocacy and lobbying? Advocacy can be a powerful prevention strategy, but non-profit organizations often do not advocate because of concerns that advocacy could cross the line into lobbying.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month, National Hispanic Heritage Month, and Deaf Awareness Month.
The Prevention and Youth Branch, within the DHCS Community Services Division, has implemented the Big 5 by 2025. This multi-program approach will support and build state-level infrastructure for behavioral health prevention across California.