Social Media and Digital Engagement
Social media is a powerful and effective way to share information and ideas. SAMHSA appreciates when the public shares SAMHSA's mission-driven priorities and initiatives.
Learning from You
Successful use of social media sites requires sharing and interaction. SAMHSA is committed to serving you the best way possible. Please send us your comments and ideas.
Leading the Nation's Public Health Community
Social media provides new ways to engage the public around behavioral health issues (mental health and substance abuse). SAMHSA provides resources to assist the public health community in their social media efforts.
Social Media Accounts
SAMHSA has accounts on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and a blog. SAMHSA observes the requirements related to federal activities such as transparency, public process, and privacy. Neither SAMHSA nor the U.S. Department of Human Services (HHS) endorse any particular social media site.