Using the Community Homepage

Each time you visit BHTalk, the first thing you will see is the homepage. This is where you log into the site. Once you log in, you can return to the homepage by clicking the “Home” link in the navigation bar. The homepage page contains news feeds that allow members to see what is new to the community and asses their interest in any of the site’s new content. Feeds and their content include:
  • BHTalk Connect - From updates about the site to news about the behavioral health field, this blog covers it all for members of BHTalk. You don't need to join any group to read this blog - just be a community member! Your comments are welcome and encouraged.
  • Announcements - Periodically BHTalk Administrators will make announcements regarding new features and upcoming training sessions. Clicking on a headline will take you to the complete news article.
  • Latest Forum Posts – The most recent forum posts, the thread name, the post’s content, the date and time of the post, and the Report Abuse button. Clicking on the thread name will take you directly to that thread.
  • Latest Blog Posts – The most recent blog posts. Clicking on a post’s title will take you to the complete post.
  • Behavioral Health News and Events - RSS Feeds from ScienceDaily and HHS offer news headlines that are updated throughout the day. Clicking on a headline will open the complete news article in a new window.
  • Latest Groups – The most recently created groups, with their names and avatars. Click on a group name to visit the group’s homepage.
  • Latest Members – The most recently registered members, displaying their user name and avatar. Click on a user name to visit each members public profile page.
Polls posted by SAMHSA or the BHTalk Team will also appear on the homepage. Finally, the homepage features links to the following social networking sites: Facebook, Twitter, Google Bookmarks, MyAOL, Yahoo Bookmarks, Yahoo MyWeb. We encourage you to share pages through any of the social networking sites you subscribe to.