TEAM UP Training Event: Who Gets Left Out? Racial Inequities that Exist in Mental Health Treatment and Diagnosis

This was optional training event hosted by TEAM UP designed to discuss racial inequities that exist in mental health diagnosis and treatment. This training was presented by Drs. Michelle Durham and Christine Crawford and took place on April 26, 2022 from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm over Zoom.  Click to find out more information pertaining to this training event. 

NEW Interactive TEAM UP Data Dashboard

TEAM UP has added a second interactive data dashboard with aggregated, de-identified data from Cohort 2 sites. Click here to view both dashboards and interact with the data by manipulating the date range to view change over time in:

  • No. of In-Person and Telehealth Behavioral Health (BH) and Well Child Visits (WCVs)
  • Percentage of School Age Kids (Ages 5-12) and Adolescent Kids (Ages 13-18) With a Positive Pediatric Symptom Checklist (PSC) Screen
  • Percentage of Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Screens with At Least One Need

Why we need to support community health workers

Medical visits are rarely straightforward. Add factors such as poverty, chronic stress, complex medical issues, functional impairment, and barriers to material needs, and caring for one’s well-being becomes exponentially more layered and challenging. A community health worker is a human service worker who supports individuals and families in navigating systems, advocating for their needs, and building relationships that foster social-emotional well-being. Read the full article in Commonwealth Magazine.