Monitoring and Surveillance of Behavioral Health in the Context of Public Health Emergencies A Toolkit for Public Health Officials

This interactive toolkit can help state, territorial, local, and tribal public health use existing data sources (e.g., unemployment insurance claims, hotline calls, calls to Poison Control Centers, 9-8-8 calls, and use of emergency medical services) during public health emergencies while the development of longer-term data collection efforts are in process.
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