California Reducing Disparities Project: A Closer Look at The Work, The Data and The Improvements to Health Equity
February 1, 2023 | 10:00 am – 1:00 pm (PST)
A Virtual Conference
| Join us to learn about the California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP) -- a statewide 36 site mental health disparities demonstration project. A panel presentation will highlight five Community Defined Evidence-Based Practices (CDEPs) for the following communities: African American, Asian and Pacific Islanders, LGBTQ, Native Americans, and Latino/Latinx. Additionally, Dr. Cheryl Grills, the lead principal investigator for the CRDP project, will present the data and its implications. This work highlights the impact of CDEPs, and system change for these populations.
Questions that will be answered for the work you do to support and empower people seeking services:
- Are you curious about Community Defined Evidenced-Based Practices?
- Do you want to know how California Reducing Disparities Project recognizes and highlights community practices that are instrumental for system change?
- Have you thought about how historically unserved, underserved, and inappropriately served communities can benefit from Community Defined Evidence-Based Practices?
Dr. Cheryl Grills is a Clinical Psychologist with a current emphasis in Community Psychology. A tenured, Full Professor in the Psychology Department, she has been on the faculty of LMU for 34 years and is Director of its Psychology Applied Research Center. A national Past President of the Association of Black Psychologists,Dr. Grills also founded Imoyase Community Support Services, a 30-yearnon-profit organization providing action research, program evaluation and strategic technical assistance to social justice and social service community-based organizations.Cost: $70.00, if you are unable to pay by credit card, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for another option.
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