New England MHTTC

The Yale Program for Recovery & Community Health (PRCH)
319 Peck Street
New Haven, CT 06513
United States

New England MHTTC

The core mission of the New England MHTTC is to use evidence-based means to disseminate evidence-based mental health practices across the region. The region consists of:

  • Connecticut
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • New Hampshire
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont


To ensure the responsiveness of our work, we will actively develop and maintain a network of government officials, policymakers, administrators, and community stakeholders, providers, researchers, youth and adults, and family members from each of the six states to guide New England MHTTC activities.


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HEART Learning Collaborative Information Sessions

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Resources in Spanish and Portuguese: Engaging Hispanic/Latinx People in Recovery




Creating Time and Space for Trauma Recovery and Wellness

The purpose of the sessions is to support tribal health care providers, and non-tribal health care



Epistemic Injustice, Harm/Risk Reduction, & Peer Support

The Cognitive Liberty Project is hosting free panels with sponsorship from: Yale Program for



Compassionate Leadership: Preventing and Addressing Compassion Fatigue and Burnout

Whether you are currently in a leadership position or are looking for leadership practices that are


Spirituality, Faith, and Religion: Creating a Time and Space for Connection, Wellness, and Hope

In times of crisis, spirituality, faith, and religion can serve as powerful coping tools that help to reduce stress, promote community

Promoting Person-Centered Planning within New England Through Learning Collaborative Supports: From Theory to Practice

The Person-Centered Recovery Planning (PCRP) Learning Collaborative ran from December 2019 until April of 2021, with five behavioral health

Culturally-Informed Strategies working with Diverse Patients with Mental Illness

It can be challenging to differentiate what is pathology and what is culture. In this talk clinical recommendations will be presented on how to

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The New England MHTTC Newsletter contains great information regarding our projects.

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We store all of our training materials on our website in case you missed the live event.

Get Trained!

We offer several training opportunities every month. Take a look!