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Last Updated: 11/20/2013

SAMHSA’s Resource Center to Promote Acceptance,
Dignity and Social Inclusion Associated with
Mental Health (ADS Center)

 

Take Action

There are many ways to promote acceptance and social inclusion. Get involved in an event or plan your own event, activity, or program. The SAMHSA ADS Center offers exciting and free training events throughout the year that can help you get started. You also can search our online library for resources and materials to help you. Here are other places that can help you promote social inclusion:

Tips on Taking Action

The following provide advice on promoting social inclusion and reducing discrimination:

Organizing a Campaign or Program

The following provide information and advice on organizing a campaign or program designed to promote acceptance, dignity, and social inclusion:

Planning Events and Strategies to Increase Social Inclusion

The following provide information and advice on planning events and educational strategies aimed at reducing discrimination and increasing social inclusion:



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