Our Director, Dr. Olga Acosta Price presented as a panelist at the 7th Annual Rodham Summit: Breaking the Silence and the Stigma of Mental Illness on Thursday, May 6. Community-based organizations and thought-leaders were convened to discuss mental illness and the tiring effects of the pandemic. Former Secretary Hillary Rodham
Dr. Olga Acosta Price and Co-Authors Outline Recommendations for Biden Admin to Expand School Health Services
Director, Dr. Olga Acosta Price recently co-authored an article for a special issue of the Journal of Health Care Finance, which outlines recommendations for the Biden administration on ways to expand school health services in support of vulnerable students. The article, “Achieving Educational Equity Through Investment in School Health Services,” can
CHHCS Director, Dr. Olga Acosta Price, was quoted in a recently published story by Teach For America, “A Year of Pandemic Learning at One New Orleans-Area School,” which reflects on the ways that educators and families have coped with the challenges of COVID-19. The full story is available here.
Dr. Olga Acosta Price and CHHCS Project Director, Mariola Rosser, and Inma Iglesias Present During National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC Network Webinar
On February 11, Olga Acosta Price, CHHCS Director Project Director Dr. Mariola Rosser, and community partner Inma Iglesias presented and led a discussion during “Advancing the Wellbeing of Latino Families in DC Using a Community of Practice Approach,” a webinar hosted by National Hispanic & Latino Mental Health Technology Transfer Center
Dr. Acosta Price and Vinu Ilakkuvan Publish New Article in the Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment
CHHCS Consultant, Vinu Ilakkuvan, and CHHCS Director, Dr. Olga Acosta Price, published a new article exploring the difference between prevention- and promotion-oriented educational indicators as they relate to US state demographic characteristics. The article is available from here.
Our Center condemns racism in all its forms. Too many people struggle with unrelenting trauma caused by racism, discrimination, and violence directed at individuals of color. Our grief and anxiety about these injustices are exacerbated by the detrimental and disproportionate impact the pandemic has had on the nation’s school children