Recovery Month promotes the societal benefits of prevention, treatment, and recovery for mental and substance use disorders.
Our toolkit provides essential information about preventing an opioid overdose—a crisis which claimed over 42,000 lives in 2016.
We promote prevention and early intervention as a critical step to reducing the impact of mental and substance use disorders.
Learn about common mental and substance use disorders and our efforts to reduce their impact on America’s communities.
OAS reports to the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services and is responsible for managing and directing SAMHSA.
OC is SAMHSA's voice and face to the public.
OFR develops and implements the policies and programs of the Assistant Secretary.
OMTO oversees and supports SAMHSA needs.
OPPI provides an integrated and structured approach for the identification and adoption of policies and innovative practices that improve behavioral health services outcomes.
OBHE coordinates agency efforts to reduce behavioral health disparities for diverse populations.
OTAP works with tribal nations and tribal groups to address behavioral health issues that impact Native people.
CBHSQ is the government’s lead agency for behavioral health statistics, as designated by the Office of Management and Budget.
CMHS leads federal efforts to promote the prevention and treatment of mental disorders.
The mission of CSAP is to improve behavioral health through evidence-based prevention approaches.
CSAT promotes community-based substance abuse treatment and recovery services for individuals and families in every community.