May Peer Learning Session

5.13 PLS SSS-2

Technology-enabled Behavioral Health Care for Special Populations

May 13th, 1pm ET

For this peer learning session, our facilitated discussion will focus on the case study brief, Technology-enabled Behavioral Health Care for Special Populations, featuring Stop Soldier Suicide.

Stop Solider Suicide is a veteran-led, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the well-being of current and former military personnel through a proactive and personalized approach to care management and crisis intervention. Using an innovative behavioral health digital application from NeuroFlow, Stop Solider Suicide achieved a 25% reduction in suicide risk, a 66% reduction in depressive symptoms, and a 33% reduction in symptoms of anxiety in their clients. Join us in a peer learning conversation with Chuck Eastman, Community Affairs Manager at Stop Soldier Suicide.

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