SAMHSA efforts make behavioral health a top priority.
SAMHSA Administrator Pamela S. Hyde, J.D., talks about participating in public forums in the Gulf states. Read more.
SAMHSA has received more than 250 emails in response to the Administrator’s call for comments. Read selected responses.
September is here! Visit RecoveryMonth.gov for details on the biggest celebration yet!
For Chinese, Hispanic, and Native young adults, new public service campaigns focus on mental health.
Three recent reports focus on Asian, Hispanic, and American Indian or Alaska Native adults.
When children lose loved ones, what happens then? Also read about creating a trauma narrative.
SAMHSA recently convened a Policy Academy to help soldiers as they return from the battlefield.
More treatment admissions report abuse of pain relievers.
Marked changes have occurred in admissions for substance abuse treatment in the past 10 years.
What substances showed up in emergency rooms related to suicide attempts by adolescents and young adults?
State-level analyses update data on alcohol abuse, cocaine, pain relievers, and more.
How does employment affect women’s substance abuse and treatment?
Feeling desperate, alone, or hopeless? Call SAMHSA’s National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
Read about a program that helped increase Medicaid enrollment by 17 percent.
National Directory of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Programs 2010 is now available.
SAMHSA’s Dr. H. Westley Clark participated in an expert panel to discuss accurate depictions of substance abuse in entertainment.
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