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SAMHSA News - May/June 2007, Volume 15, Number 3

Mental Health Report Available

cover of Mental Health, United States, 2004 - click to viewSAMHSA’s Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS) recently released Mental Health, United States, 2004, the latest in the series that began more than two decades ago.

Quality improvement and performance outcomes are two important issues addressed in this CMHS report. Other topics include mental health care in primary settings, population assessments, and several statistical studies on the state of mental health services in America.

The 334-page publication is the first edition to be released since the President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health issued its final report (2003) calling for the transformation of mental health care across the Nation. For more information on the President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health, read an article in SAMHSA News, Summer 2003.

To read the complete SAMHSA bulletin on this publication, visit SAMHSA’s Web site at

A full-text version of Mental Health, United States, 2004, is available on the SAMHSA Web site in PDF format at

To order a free print copy, contact SAMHSA’s National Mental Health Information Center at 1 (800) 789-2647 (English and Español) or 1 (866) 889-2647 (TDD). Ask for publication number (SMA) 06-4195. End of Article

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Inside This Issue
Expanding HIV Assistance:
Outreach, Testing for
At-Risk Individuals
Part 1
Part 2
Resources on HIV/AIDS
HIV/AIDS Consumer Guide

From the Administrator: On Capitol Hill

Grants: Manual Clarifies Application Process

Children's Mental Health

Virginia Tech Tragedy: Coping with Trauma

Psychological First Aid

Veterans, Families: New Resources

Around the World Treatnet: Improving Treatment Around the Globe

Expanding Treatment in Central America

Treating Alcohol Dependence: Advisory

Recovery Month: Toolkit, PSAs Help Planning Efforts

PRISM Awards in Spotlight

Depression: Reports Offer Statistics

Mental Health Report Available

TAP 21A: Competencies for Clinical Supervisors

HBCU Conference Highlights Workforce

Homelessness Web Site Launched

STD Rates: Alcohol, Drug Use Linked

Staff in the News:
Dr. Kenneth S. Thompson


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SAMHSA News - May/June 2007, Volume 15, Number 3