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SAMHSA News: Celebrating Progress in Behavioral Health-Special 20th Anniversary Issue

SAMHSA News: Celebrating Progress in Behavioral Health-Special 20th Anniversary Issue

SAMHSA News, Summer 2012, Vol. 20, No. 2

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Highlights SAMHSA’s 20 years of progress in the behavioral health field with a look toward the future. Also describes a program to help diverse populations access behavioral health care, an underage drinking campaign, and Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day.



Pub id: SAM12-202
Publication Date: 7/2012
Popularity: 249
Format: Newsletter
Audience: People with Substance Use or Abuse Problems as Audience, People with Alcohol Use or Abuse Problems as Audience, Researchers, Public Health Professionals, Program Planners, Administrators, & Project Managers, Professional Care Providers, Prevention Professionals, Policymakers, HHS Staff, Family & Advocates, People with Mental Health Problems as Audience, Community Coalitions
Series: SAMHSA News
Population Group: People with Mental Health Problems as Population Group, People with Alcohol Use or Abuse Problems as Population Group, People with Substance Use or Abuse Problems as Population Group

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CONGRATULATIONS, Without the collaboration of the Foundation's Board of Directors and extensive Addictions Science Advisory and Public Relations Board, SAMHSA might not exist today. CSAT and CSAP would never do the outstanding things they do. The NATTC, here at UMKC, would not likely have taken shape and broadened the scope of science and clinical evidence based translational research understanding. The Regional ATTC Training Centers that carry the technical information to all who work in the addictions field would not be available to all. Once SAMHSA got up and running and the pilot ATC at UMKC was a success, NARF members' work was done. Although many of our membership are gone, we wish you God's Speed in your next 20 years. As a Professional Addictions Futurist I am projecting 2025 to be the year in which we can all say, we are now able to cure addiction through genetic and epigenetic processes. Regards