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National Prevention Week 2024

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2023 Highlights

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National Prevention Week took place from May 7-13, 2023. This year, we launched the new National Prevention Week brand and created a new year-long approach (PDF | 191 KB), including a new approach to how we better engage community organizations!


Thank you to everyone who took the time to join us during National Prevention Week 2023 to celebrate the possibilities and brighter futures that exist thanks to the ongoing work of prevention happening across the country! We are stronger when we work together and are always looking for opportunities to partner with those on the frontlines of prevention to elevate future efforts.

In case you missed any of the National Prevention Week events or activities, you can access the library of on-demand videos and prevention activities at any point throughout the year!

Read the 2023 Outcomes Report (PDF | 5.3 MB) to learn about the highlights and successes from National Prevention Week 2023, including:

  • Engagement: Across the 41 National Prevention Week-themed posts on social media, SAMHSA received 1.2K engagements with a potential reach of 4.2M. SAMHSA received 1.2K mentions from our partners and community network resulting in 3K engagements and a potential reach of 48.3M. Building from the launch of #MyPreventionStory in 2022, there were 242 #MyPreventionStory posts leading up to and during National Prevention Week, which garnered 1.4K engagements and saw a potential reach of 1.3M.
  • Brand Awareness: This year, there were over 1.8K total registrants for National Prevention Week 2023. Leading up to and during National Prevention Week, SAMHSA received 57 submissions to the community events form on the National Prevention Week website. During National Prevention Week, the website received over 4.6K users resulting in 5.2K sessions and nearly 16.8K pageviews.
  • Resources: During National Prevention Week, the newly launched Prevention Activities page received over 2.2K visits and was the most viewed page outside of the homepage. The most downloaded resources included the National Prevention Week Fact Sheet, the This or That activity, the Sample Social Media Messages resource, and the National Prevention Week crossword puzzle.

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Last Updated: 06/27/2023

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