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SAMHSA News: Mental Illness Accommodations at Work

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--> Having trouble viewing this email?  View it in your browser. July 19, 2016 Subscribe A quarterly roundup of articles from SAMHSA's continuously updated newsletter. Accommodating Mental Illness in the Workplace Workplace accommodations help individuals with mental health conditions to remain employed and productive. Learn about different accommodations, many of which can be accomplished at little or no cost. Traumatic Events, PTSD, and Adult Health Challenges A new report finds that traumatic events can affect mental and physical health, and can lead to illicit drug use, heavy and binge drinking, and substance use disorders.

Section 8 Gets More Power

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Also: Don't Rush to Judgment Over These Artists' Lofts in the Twin Cities * In Creative Placemaking, a Sense of Ownership Matters -- Having trouble viewing this email? Click here. Also: Don't Rush to Judgment Over These Artists' Lofts in the Twin Cities ● In Creative Placemaking, a Sense of Ownership Matters Tuesday, July 19, 2016   Shelterforce in Print!   1 Year for $18 Subscribe Now! Events Live Webcast | Addressing Lead Exposure in Low-Income Communities | July 20, 1:30 p.m. ET The Center for American Progress hosts a discussion on addressing lead exposure in low-income communities with HUD Secretary Juli├ín Castro, as well as a panel of experts who will discuss best practices for creating lead-free homes and working toget