Integrative health utilizes conventional and complementary practices to address the full range of physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and environmental influences that affect health. Many individuals, providers, organizations, and health care systems are integrating practices such as meditation, acupuncture, and yoga into both treatment and health promotion to provide a more comprehensive approach to prevention and wellness.
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A new report from the Urban Institute and Public Welfare Foundation identifies a number of strategies for securing funds needed to invest in comprehensive alternatives, particularly in disenfranchised communities where youth are disproportionately at risk of justice system involvement.
The Rural Health Information Hub has developed a toolkit that compiles resources and evidence-based models to support organizations implementing mental health programs in rural communities, with a primary focus on adult mental health.
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The Legacy of The Bravewell Collaborative: Transforming Health Care through Integrative Medicine
October 20, 2014
Penny George, George Family Foundation
Changing the Community Conversation on Health Care in Orange County, California
February 17, 2014
Gerald Solomon, Samueli Foundation
Innovative Crossroads: The Intersection of Creativity, Health, and Aging
September 2, 2013
Colin Pekruhn, Grantmakers In Health