This post card is related to the public service announcement from SAMHSA's "Talk. They Hear You." campaign encouraging parents to talk with their kids about alcohol.
This post card is related to the public service announcement from SAMHSA’s “Talk. They Hear You.” campaign encouraging parents to talk with their kids about marijuana.
This Guidance reviews non-pharmacologic behavioral approaches and strategies to avoid and reduce prescribing of antipsychotics whenever possible for older adults with dementia and people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
This poster is for clients and their family members in OUD treatment who are pregnant or who are currently not pregnant but of childbearing age.
This Guidance document gives a “bird’s eye view” of strategies to support best practice prescribing of antipsychotics for youth and summarizes the available evidence and principles to support these strategies.
This planning guide and resource calendar helps communities plan and implement their National Prevention Week (NPW) 2019 activities. In addition to information on health observances and SAMHSA resources, the guide includes quarterly checklists, planning tips, and introductions to NPW’s federal partners. This year’s calendar also features Augmented Reality (AR), so the calendar can come alive for users after they download a free app for their mobile device.
Alcohol’s Effects on the Brain (AlcoholFX) is a free, science-based app that teaches students ages 10 to 12 how alcohol can harm their brains if they drink. Based on lesson plans from SAMHSA’s Reach Out Now Initiative, the app can easily integrate with instruction in 5th- and 6th-grade classrooms. This app is only available on tablets.
This fact sheet is related to the public service announcement from SAMHSA's "Talk. They Hear You." campaign encouraging parents on why they should talk with their kids about impaired driving and alcohol and substance use.
This infographic is a Spanish language version of information for the general public on the prevalence and impact of traumatic events on children, and what actions can be taken to support children who experience traumatic events.
This brochure is related to the public service announcement from SAMHSA's “Talk. They Hear You.” campaign encouraging parents in military families to talk with their kids about the risks of misusing prescription pain medications and to have conversations with their kids to help them avoid taking medication that is not theirs.
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