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Thoughts from our community Commissioner’s Notes

  • Closing the treatment gap: Time to address inequality within mental health

    By Sosunmolu Shoyinka, MD DBHIDS Chief Medical Officer Two months ago, the Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services and the City of Philadelphia took the occasion of Mental Health Awareness Month to remind residents — especially during this difficult and unprecedented time of COVID-19: “You’re not alone. Help is out there.” Much has […]Read More »
  • 15 Ways to Continue Supporting the Mental Health of Remote & On-site Teams

    Almost overnight, remote work transformed from a niche benefit to the norm for millions of employees. And looking out for the mental well being of your workforce – both remote and in the office – is now more critical than ever. As many states and cities begin the ‘yellow phase’ of returning to work, there […]Read More »
  • Ready to Help: Message from DBHIDS Commissioner David T. Jones

    Philadelphians are impacted to the core of our being, like the rest of the world, by the compilation of traumatic events experienced over the past several months. From the ongoing uncertainty and isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic to the justified anger over the murders of George Floyd and many others that has gripped the nation […]Read More »
  • Men’s Health Month 2020: It’s Time for a Change

    With a new decade comes the opportunity to both look back and look forward. This time for reflection gives us all a unique occasion to evaluate how we have been dealing with our health, both physical and mental. Men, especially, should take this time to do just that. According to a Cleveland Clinic study, men […]Read More »
  • Supporting the Emotional Health of the Behavioral Health Workforce During COVID-19

    From the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services As a behavioral health provider, you are likely experiencing additional challenges during the COVID-19 infectious disease outbreak. This may include concerns about your own health, your family’s health, stigma from within your community, and managing the distress of people you […]Read More »
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