A set of guidelines for use of effective medications, such as naltrexone.
Substance abuse treatment programs: Here’s a way to integrate evidence-based practices into their services.
Three new educational brochures for patients on medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction are available.
To help support survivors of suicide loss, a new guide for funeral directors.
Nearly 8.3 million adults had serious thoughts of suicide in the past year.
Millions of dollars in SAMHSA funding is heading to state and community programs.
Boost your chances of crafting a winning grant proposal by following an expert’s advice.
New ways to engage partners and the public in improving health through an ongoing dialogue.
Public health practice aligns with evidence-based communications to help establish “a common language.”
20th anniversary events across the country marked this year’s celebrations, which included a march across the Brooklyn Bridge.
SAMHSA’s Dr. Westley Clark, Director of the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, joined other VIPs to celebrate.
Among 12- to 17-year-olds, a significant decline was reported in past-month illicit drug use.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Awareness Day emphasized the message, “If you’re pregnant, don’t drink alcohol.”
An annual average of 2.6 million Hispanics age 12 or older needed alcohol use treatment in the past year.
A recent report examines the 335 identified facilities serving the American Indian and Alaska Native population in 2007.
New data focus on the need for treatment for substance use and depression among adults age 18 or older by race/ethnicity.
Of the 28.8 million adults who received mental health treatment in the past year, about 5.5 percent also received support from a self-help group.
Categories for this year’s awards to 27 organizations included substance abuse prevention, treatment and recovery support services, and more.
Trauma awareness through art was the topic of a recent presentation as part of SAMHSA’s Consumer Affairs Seminar Series.
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