Publications and Resources on Tribal Affairs

Access publications and resources on tribal affairs developed by SAMHSA and its federal and non-profit partners.

Youth Suicide Prevention

Helping tribal communities reduce youth suicide is one of SAMHSA’s most important missions. The SAMHSA presentation, Promoting Suicide Prevention Efforts in American Indian/Alaska Native Communities: A Cross-Agency Approach – 2014 (PDF | 112 KB), provides information on the federal government’s suicide prevention efforts.

Tribal Affairs Fact Sheets

Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda

Tribal leaders have consistently called for coordination and collaboration among federal agencies whose efforts contribute to the health and well-being of American Indian and Alaska Native communities. In response, tribal leaders and various federal agencies developed a blueprint for enhanced coordination. The National Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda is a national document that guides behavioral health policy and programs for Native Americans. It includes an overarching, inclusive scope of the behavioral health challenges that native communities face; key national behavioral health priorities; and proposals for leveraging existing investments that stakeholders are urged to consider.

SAMHSA Publications

Evidence-based and Best Practices

External Resources

Federal Partners

Department of Health and Human Services

Department of the Interior

Department of Justice

Last Updated: 06/08/2018