January 30, 2020

STAT News Morning Rounds: U.S. has the highest suicide rates among wealthy nations

At the same time, another new report highlights steps that federal policymakers can take to improve mental health in the U.S., including incentivizing mental health assessments as another […]
January 30, 2020

Medscape: New Recommendations to Improve US Mental Health Policy Released

A framework and policy report from the nonprofit organization Well Being Trust lays out actionable solutions to improve mental health and well-being for Americans, its authors […]
January 30, 2020

News Release: New National Data Present a Mixed Picture: Some Drug Overdoses Down but Others are Up, and Suicides Rates are Increasing

New National Data Present a Mixed Picture: Some Drug Overdoses Down but Others are Up, and Suicides Rates are Increasing Newly released mortality data from 2018 […]
January 28, 2020

Health Affairs: The Five Most-Read GrantWatch Blog Posts Of 2019

A Bipartisan Policy Center report, released in partnership with Well Being Trust, contained options for how Congress can better address the integration of mental health and […]
January 27, 2020

Social Determinants of Mental Health in National Spotlight

A recently released white paper by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and Well Being Trust organizations hopes to shift the care dilemma. The paper, Improving Behavioral Healthcare […]
January 27, 2020

**EVENT** Agenda for Change: Unite. Connect. Act. Join Us!!!

People want change. According to a recent poll, 75 percent of voters believe the country and the federal government are not doing enough to address mental […]
January 23, 2020

New White Paper Provides Blueprint for Improving Care for Patients with Mental Health Conditions & SUDs who Present to the Emergency Department

Contact:  Albert Lang, (301) 512-8379, albert@wellbeingtrust.org New White Paper Provides a Blueprint for Improving Care for Patients with Mental Health Conditions and Substance Use Disorders who […]
January 22, 2020

BET: Brown And Black Presidential Forum: Healthcare, Addressing Implicit Racial Bias in Healthcare

When talking with Pete Buttigieg, the only openly gay candidate in the race, moderator Antonia Hylton turned the conversation to the Pain in the Nation report, which highlights […]
January 22, 2020

Tyler & Laurel Blatchford: A Vital Condition to Well-Being: Humane Housing: Exploring how stable housing promotes better health

Everyone needs a stable, safe place to call home. Where we live has a significant impact on our physical and mental health, as well as our […]