A groundbreaking partnership between the School of Social Work, UW Psychiatry, and the King County Behavioral Health and Recovery Division will work alongside consumers and provider organizations to create, implement, and test an innovative integrative model, which is widely seen as the future of health care for an especially difficult-to-treat population.
New partnership creates innovative collaborate care model for people with mental illness
Forefront forges surprising partnership to tackle suicide prevention
In a remarkable example of finding common ground to advance social good, the School-led Forefront Suicide Prevention has formed an alliance with the National Rifle Association (NRA), Second Amendment Foundation, and other seemingly unlikely partners to prevent suicide in Washington state.
NIH grant, a first to study the impact of dementia-related illnesses on LGBT older adults
Professor Karen Fredriksen Goldsen has been awarded a five-year, $3.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute to study aging LGBT older adults living with Alzheimer’s disease and its impact on their caregivers.
School partners with UW innovation hub to foster startup mindset for social sector
The School of Social Work and CoMotion, the university’s collaborative innovation hub, speak the same language. It was only a matter of time before they would join forces to apply cross-disciplinary expertise to addressing persistent social problems.
School receives major grant for behavioral health training
The School’s Northwest Leaders in Behavioral Health Training Program (NLBHP) has received a grant of $480,000 a year for four years to help fund stipends and specialized behavioral health training for students and field supervisors.