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Published: July 2020
This issue brief presents recent data on prevalence of opioid misuse & death rates in the Hispanic/Latino population; contextual factors & challenges to prevention & treatment; innovative outreach & engagement strategies to connect people to evidence-based treatment; and the importance of community voice.
Published: September 2019
This brochure provides an overview of the Sequential Intercept Model (SIM). The SIM is a strategic planning tool that helps communities better understand the gaps and resources they have in helping those with mental illness or substance use disorders who are in the criminal justice system.
Published: December 2016
This fact sheet, developed for American Indian and Alaska Native audiences and organizations serving Indian Country, provides an overview of the Gathering of Native Americans (GONA) curriculum. For Alaska Native villages, this curriculum is called a Gathering of Alaska Natives (GOAN).
Published: August 2016
Como parte de la Iniciativa de SAMHSA para el Bienestar, este cartel enumera las ocho dimensiones del bienestar: social, ambiental, física, emocional, espiritual, ocupacional, intelectual y financiera. Promueve la comunicación entre las personas con trastornos de salud mental, los profesionales y los proveedores de salud. Tamaño del cartel 24 x 18 pulgadas (aproximadamente 61 x 46 cm).
Published: April 2016
A component of SAMHSA's wellness initiative, this poster encourages mental health consumers, professionals, and primary care providers to communicate about overall wellness. The poster presents a diagram of the eight dimensions of wellness: social, environmental, physical, emotional, spiritual, occupational, intellectual, and financial. The poster comes folded and is 24 inches x 18 inches.