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Funder Approaches to Trauma and Resilience

Survey Results and Implications for Health Philanthropy

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GIH Events

Healing Justice Guidance to Philanthropy During COVID-19, the Uprisings, and Beyond

Funders for Justice Healing Justice Strategy Group members recently released strategic guidance for funders on how to incorporate a healing justice lens into grantmaking.

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views from the field by Octavio Martinez

Behavioral Health Equity in the Time of COVID-19

COVID-19 is unmasking our shortcomings, gaps, disinvestments, disparities, inequities, and discrimination towards each other. Because COVID-19 is now so pervasive, this unmasking is playing out in multiple arenas simultaneously. One of the major ones is behavioral health.

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Views from the field by Nevada Littlewolf, Kris Rhodes, and CoCo Villaluz

20 Years of Progress – Two Tobacco Ways in Indian Country

In order to respectfully and effectively address the harmful epidemic of cigarette smoking among American Indian adults, ClearWay Minnesota listened carefully to Native communities and adopted a model that focused on the dangers of commercial tobacco use while honoring the traditional healing traditions of tobacco. This model is referred to as the “two tobacco ways” framework and serves as an instructive illustration of how context is important in addressing health disparities and heath equity across communities.

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Trauma and Resilience Funding Infographic

To better understand how philanthropic organizations are supporting work related to trauma and resilience, GIH surveyed its Funding Partners in February 2020. The survey results have been compiled into a summary infographic that details primary focus areas, key strategies, and challenges and opportunities in the field.

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GIH Events

Healing Justice Guidance to Philanthropy During COVID-19, the Uprisings, and Beyond

Funders for Justice Healing Justice Strategy Group members recently released strategic guidance for funders on how to incorporate a healing justice lens into grantmaking.

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GIH Events

Mental Health and Substance Use State Fact Sheets

Kaiser Family Foundation recently released national and state-level data on mental health both before and during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Bi3 Integrating Behavioral Health into Primary Care

Integrating Behavioral Health into Primary Care Best Practices and Learnings

A new resource from GIH Funding Partner, bi3, shares best practices and lessons learned from their integrating behavioral health into primary care grant initiative.

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The Urgent Need for Nature During and After COVID-19

Mounting research, combined with our personal and professional experience, suggest that improving equity in access to greenspace may help combat health inequities. Access to safe, nearby nature must be prioritized as critical public health infrastructure and not just an amenity for a few.

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views from the field by Octavio Martinez

Behavioral Health Equity in the Time of COVID-19

COVID-19 is unmasking our shortcomings, gaps, disinvestments, disparities, inequities, and discrimination towards each other. Because COVID-19 is now so pervasive, this unmasking is playing out in multiple arenas simultaneously. One of the major ones is behavioral health.

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Psych Hubb: COVID-19 Mental Health Resource Platform

Psych Hubb recently launched a digital platform of free resources to help individuals and providers address mental health needs during the pandemic.

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What States Preparing for Opioid Lawsuit Funds Can Learn from Tobacco Settlements

ClearWay Minnesota shares their tobacco settlement experience, lessons learned, and recommendations for stakeholders to consider as opioid lawsuits are resolved.

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