Social media is a powerful and effective way to share information and ideas.
Social Media Accounts
SAMHSA uses a variety of communication networks to reach our audience and better engage all citizens.
- SAMHSA on Facebook
- SAMHSA on Twitter
- SAMHSA on YouTube
- SAMHSA on LinkedIn
- SAMHSA Blog
- RSS Feed from the SAMHSA 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.
Interacting with SAMHSA
The SAMHSA website is not the only way we communicate with people online. For some audiences, it is not even the most effective way for us to communicate. SAMHSA appreciates when the public shares SAMHSA's mission-driven priorities and initiatives.
We welcome your comments and want to keep our discussions respectful and useful. Please follow these guidelines when posting:
All viewpoints are welcome, but comments should remain relevant to the website, page, video, photo, or post to which you're commenting.
Constructive interaction is welcome. Personal attacks, foul language, and aggressive behavior are not.
Do Not Spam
Repeated posting of identical or very similar content is counter-productive. SAMHSA new media sites are for informative discussion. Do not send posts that aggressively promote services or products.
SAMHSA keeps records of unapproved comments to limit spamming and inappropriate postings. Comments will not be approved if they contain:
- Blatantly partisan views
- Explicit commercial endorsements
- Discriminatory, racist, offensive, obscene, inflammatory, unlawful, or otherwise objectionable statements, language or content
NOTE: Following SAMHSA or sharing SAMHSA content does not imply SAMHSA endorsement. The SAMHSA Comment Policy is subject to change without notice. Please review this policy periodically for changes.