Research and Methodology

SAMHSA staff collect, analyze, and disseminate behavioral health data from multiple sources to support public health, policy, and decision-making. Data collection for public health is conducted through national surveys, surveillance systems, randomized control trials, field studies, public health assessments, and qualitative research. SAMHSA’s record management system ensures privacy of participants and institutions in national data collection efforts.

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Research and Methodology

Annual Report : National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services - September 16, 2019
Annual Report : National Survey on Drug Use and Health - September 11, 2019
Other Report or Document Type : National Survey on Drug Use and Health - August 20, 2019
Methodology Report : National Survey on Drug Use and Health - August 20, 2019
Annual Report : National Survey on Drug Use and Health - August 20, 2019