Emerging technologies helped to propel the institute toward a new horizon in 2021, as we continued our mission to disrupt poverty and inequity.
New and revamped platforms for our Technical Assistance Centers are making it easier to find trainings and resources relating to mental health, behavioral health, child welfare, early childhood mental health and managed care.
The McSilver-led Community Technical Assistance Center of NY hosted a presentation by Dr. Doris F. Chang.
These resources developed by CTAC will help practitioners better understand, discuss, and process racism in their work with individuals and families.
The Institute and its Technical Assistance Centers are among the organizations supporting NY Project Hope’s mission.
For Pride Month, CTAC NY provides resources to help social service providers better affirm identity and support mental health in LGBTQIA populations.
The McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at New York University has received a five-year renewal of its contract with the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) to provide statewide technical assistance to the child mental health workforce.