Health reform signals major changes for those with behavioral health needs.
SAMHSA is taking a lead role in shaping health care reform policies. Read more.
Launching a public-private collaboration to address the suicide crisis.
How many college students are lost to suicide each year?
Behavioral health treatment providers experience boot camp.
A presidential proclamation and Veterans Day honor the Nation’s service members.
Behavioral health services are needed now more than ever.
Toll-free helpline provides support. Call 1-800-985-5990.
Hip-hop “Reaches youth where they are.”
SAMHSA’s Minority Education Institute, U.S. Conference on AIDS.
Drug use increased in 2009, especially marijuana use.
At the Recovery Month launch, two people tell their stories. See event photos.
At the National Conference, SAMHSA officials focused on new technologies.
What lessons learned came from attending the communications conference?
Why primary care physicians need to know “Behavioral Health is Essential to Health.”
How many emergency room visits involved illicit drug use by adults age 50 or older in 2008?
Entries show the importance of acceptance in recovery from mental health problems.
Nearly 7.8 million adolescents participated in violent behaviors in the past year.
Rosalynn Carter received the Lifetime Leadership in Behavioral Health Award.
Get at-a-glance information on substance abuse treatment for co-occurring disorders.
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