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SAMHSA News - Volume X, No. 3, Summer 2002
 

Curie Articulates SAMHSA Priorities

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SAMHSA Priorities: Programs and Principles Matrix1


  Programs/Issues2
  Co-occurring Disorders Substance Abuse Treatment Gap Seclusion and Restraint Pre-
vention and Early Inter-
vention
Children's Agenda New Freedom Initia-
tive
Terrorism/
Bioter-rorism
Home-
lessness
Aging HIV/
AIDS
Criminal Justice Other
Cross-Cutting Principles                        
Evidence-Based/Data/
Outcomes
                       
Collaboration                        
Recovery/
AntiStigma
                       
Culturally
Competent
                       
Health
Care
Disparities
                       
Geographic
Diversity
                       
Community
and
Faith-Based
                       
Violence
(e.g., physical and sexual abuse)
                       
Financing and Cost-Effectiveness                        
Private Sector Partnerships                        
Other                        


1. The designation of these priorities applies to all resource allocations, including grants and contracts. SAMHSA must balance attention to these priorities while maintaining a response capacity to existing and emerging issues. Note that this is not intended to be an exhaustive list of those issues considered important, but rather it presents a graphical depiction that illustrates the need to intersect programs and principles.
2. All SAMHSA priority programs and issues align with Health and Human Services Departmental priorities. (SAMHSA's seclusion and restraint priority falls under the Department's patient safety concerns.)

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