SAMHSA Administrator Pamela S. Hyde, J.D., talks about changes made to SAMHSA’s Strategic Initiatives based on comments received about Leading Change.
SAMHSA recently released 2009 data on mental illness and suicidal ideation.
See statistics about youth age 12 to 17 on depression, treatment, and co-occurring substance use.
Some people drink alcohol or use illicit drugs and get behind the wheel.
“Street Outreach” videos help service providers by showing scenarios in real-world settings.
A training DVD educates providers about alternatives to these trauma-inducing practices.
New resources help organizations looking for evidence-based updates on successful programs and interventions.
Many organizations received awards for their use of evidence-based practices.
SAMHSA has developed a public education campaign to connect people in the Gulf states to services.
Recent awards include Access to Recovery, Project LAUNCH, and many other grantee programs.
Event photos on the Recovery Month website illustrate the power of recovery.
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Concern over the nonmedical use of prescription pain relievers is increasing across the Nation.
SAMHSA data show 69,121 children age 5 or younger were treated in the ER for accidentally ingesting drugs.
SAMHSA’s website includes the new SAMHSA Store for publications and other Agency products. Visit store.samhsa.gov.
View the story of the SAMHSA Store. Find out how keyword taxonomy helps your search.
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