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Promotoras de Salud 
What is a Promotora de Salud? A Promotora de Salud is a member of the community who receives specialized training to educate and empower people to live a healthy and well balanced lifestyle. Help us  build healthier communities and join OCHLA and the MHTTN in a four part Promotoras de Salud Training.

 

 

Click here to register for the first webinar on March 31st. 

 

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>>> Do you suffer from stress and pain? Do you have sleepless nights? If your answer is yes and you would like to find relief from your symptoms, then take advantage of the benefits of progressive muscle relaxation exercises. This evidence-based practice will help reduce symptoms as you integrate these throughout your week.  Dr. Lydia Malcolm and Dr. Maria Espinola shares a very effective technique that can help you reduce stress and pain. Progressive muscle relaxation has been shown to improve sleep, reduce pain and stress, and lower blood pressure and heart rate. Click here to try it and feel the change in your life.>>> New HPIO Policy Brief Examines Economic Impact of ACES in Ohio
First-of-its kind analysis by the Health Policy Institute of Ohio has found that if adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are eliminated, more than $10 billion in annual healthcare and related expenses could be avoided in Ohio. The analysis is included in a new HPIO policy brief, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): Economic Impact of ACEs in Ohio. The study also found that focusing action on reducing ACEs, particularly those associated with behavioral health, can yield significant savings. For example, more than $4.5 billion in annual spending to treat depression in Ohio is attributable to ACEs. “The research is clear that ACEs result in both significant health and economic impacts,” the brief states. “Economic costs from ACEs are incurred across the public and private sectors, including substantial costs to the healthcare system. The economic burden of ACEs also impacts the state child protection, behavioral health, criminal justice and education systems, as well as private sector businesses. By preventing and mitigating the impacts of ACEs, policymakers and others can put Ohio on a path towards improved health value.” The brief is the second in three planned briefs as part of HPIO's Ohio ACEs Impact Project. In August 2020, HPIO released the first brief, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): Health impact of ACEs in Ohio. A third brief, expected to be released later this spring, will focus on promising practices and interventions.>>> Latest COVID-19 Fact Sheet for BH Providers
The latest COVID-19 fact sheet for behavioral health providers is now available. Click HERE to view
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