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Slide shows from recent presentations given by SAMHSA Administrator Pamela Hyde.
Biannual reports on the behavioral health status of the U.S. population, as well as mental health and substance use disorders services, funding sources, utilization rates, and other indicators.
Reports from meetings featuring dialogues between people with mental health issues and members of various service provider and support communities.
A campaign to raise awareness of mental illness among young adults and encourage them to support friends who are living with a mental health problem.
A series of manuals that offer providers a step-by-step approach for treating adolescents for marijuana use. Includes resources for teens and their families.
Reports summarizing evaluation findings of the federally-funded initiative that supports systems of care for community-based mental health services for children, youth, and their families.
White papers covering various aspects of co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders.
A Public health surveillance system that monitors drug-related hospital emergency departments and drug-related deaths investigated by medical examiners and coroners.
A continuing education program for secondary school teachers and staff that focuses on mental health issues in the classroom. Its goal is to help eliminate barriers to learning by understanding and addressing mental health issues in the school environment.
Specifically-focused kits on an array of topics that include evidence-based tools to assist in designing and implementing various support services for people with behavioral health needs
Fact sheets on how to prevent, manage, and treat fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. Addresses a variety of audiences including prospective parents, American Indians, and criminal and juvenile justice professionals.
Short guides for care providers that summarize behavioral health treatment approaches, discusses client needs, and provides resources and references for care providers.
Set of counselor and patient manuals that provide a structured approach for outpatient treatment of adults who abuse or are dependent on stimulant drugs.
Data and trend reports on facility and client characteristics of alcohol and drug abuse treatment facilities throughout the 50 states. A component of the DASIS data collection system on treatment services.
Data and trends on the prevalence, patterns, and consequences of alcohol, tobacco, and illegal drug use in the general U.S. population, age 12 and older.
Emerging issues in substance abuse treatment for behavioral health professionals
SAMHSA's quarterly newsletter on substance abuse and mental health treatment and prevention issues.
State-by-state updates on the progress on reducing youth access to tobacco under the Synar Amendment.
Fact sheets and guides to assist families in helpping children with serious emotional disturbances and special mental health needs.
Brief references excerpted from the full-length Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIPs) for clinicians, administrators, and other service providers.
Concise, portable, easily accessed how-to information based on the popular TIP series, designed to meet the needs of the busy clinician.
Pocket-sized booklets for clinicians, administrators and other service providers that highlight Treatment Improvement Protocols (TIPs).
Best-practices guidelines for the treatment of substance use disorders, with manuals for clinicians, administrators and other service providers.
Manuals that offer practical guidance and information related to the delivery of treatment services to individuals with substance use disorders.
Brochures for teens that highlight the dangers of using tobacco and other drugs and offer advice for how to help a friend who might be struggling with addiction.
Reports admissions and discharge data for substance use in facilities that report to individual State administrative data systems. A component of the DASIS data collection system on substance abuse treatment services.