View recordings of recent webinars and trainings below. For more trainings and educational videos, please visit MAMH's YouTube Channel here.

Breaking Down Silos: Overview of Aging Resources for Behavioral Health Providers

This webinar explains how to partner with aging services to support older adults with behavioral health conditions and serves as an introduction to the roles of Aging Services Access Points, and more.

Moving Beyond Silos: Building Aging and Behavioral Health Partnerships

Learn about resources for older adults with behavioral health conditions including Massachusetts Department of Mental Health supports, Recovery Learning Centers, and NAMI programs. Presenters will answer questions about eligibility, availability, and how to develop local partnerships.

Preventing Evictions for At Risk Older Adults

The average age of homeless adults has increased steadily over the last three decades. Currently, about half of homeless adults are between the ages of 51-60. Learn how to prevent evictions and homelessness among at risk older adults.

Well Being in the Time of COVID: Supporting Frontline Staff and Caregivers

MA Health & Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders kicks off our Well Being in the Time of COVID series by acknowledging the important contributions of frontline staff and caregivers supporting people most at risk during the pandemic.

Well Being in the Time of COVID: Protecting Our Children's Well Being

The MA Office of Child Advocate's Melissa Threadgill presents findings and recommendations of the Childhood Trauma Task Force report on the traumatic impact of the COVID pandemic on children and families.

Caregiving Conversations: Reflecting on Race, Older Adults, and Implications for Behavioral Health

This webinar answers the question: What would it look like if we acknowledged and addressed the impact of racism and disparities in providing services to older adults?