Benchmarking community behavioral health
How to Support Your High School of College Student.
Each day in America, nearly 3,500 high school students attempt suicide. Among college students, suicide is the second leading cause of death in the country.
Measuring and Building Public Value of Health Intervention Programs
How can you know if certain interventions are right for your community? This October 2014 webinar discusses tools and methods for evaluating community or regional level health interventions. MORE
Exploring Community Interest in Behavioral Health via Google Trends
What are people in your community looking up online about behavioral health issues and what does it mean? Find out by watching this June 2014 webinar about using Google Trends - a free, online tool that allows users to analyze Google's recorded data about web search terms over time and across different locations.
Looking for a behavioral health intervention to adopt or adapt in your community? This CAPE database is an extensive searchable list of
more than 300 behavioral health programs
and interventions organized by behavioral
health topic/condition and other attributes.
If you have any questions about these resources, please contact the CAPE Project at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Surveys: A Primer
For community leaders looking to assess the best strategies for obtaining data on local and regional behavioral health conditions. On finding data, conducting a survey, and publicizing results to maximize impact on reducing substance abuse or mental health issues in a community.