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National Substance Use and Mental Health Services Survey (N-SUMHSS) 2022: Data on Substance Use and Mental Health Treatment Facilities
Published: September 2023The N-SUMHSS is a voluntary annual survey of all active substance use and mental health facilities in the United States, its territories, and D.C. The annual report presents findings on the key operational characteristics of substance use and mental health treatment facilities, use of pharmacotherapies, language assistance services, and suicide prevention assistance services.
Published: September 2023This brief report presents self-reports of recovery among adults aged 18 and older in the United States who thought they ever had a problem with their use of drugs or alcohol and/or mental health. These findings provide a clearer characterization of the factors associated with recovery among adults and how future efforts can foster a whole-health approach to sustain recovery from mental health and substance use conditions.
Published: September 2023This publication is a product of the HEALing Communities Study (HCS) and informed by the Communities That HEAL (CTH) Intervention Manual as well as integral contributions from research and community partners across four research sites. This guide was developed in recognition of the need to center community engagement throughout the efforts to address the opioid overdose crisis. This guide exists to help communities decrease opioid overdose deaths; it includes tools and real-world examples that can be used to build and strengthen community coalitions that work to reduce opioid overdose deaths.
Published: September 2023This document updates SAMHSA’s 2018 document and outlines best practices for the implementation and operation of recovery housing. These best practices are intended to serve as a tool for states, governing bodies, providers, recovery house operators, and other interested stakeholders to improve the health of their citizens, reduce incidence of overdose, and promote recovery housing as a key support strategy in achieving and sustaining recovery.
Resources for Professionals Working with Pregnant and Parenting People Affected by Substance Use Disorders
Published: August 2023The second supplemental to SAMHSA’s Clinical Guidance for Treating Pregnant and Parenting Women with Opioid Use Disorder and Their Infants publication. This document contains information for pregnant people with a substance use disorder and professionals who provide services for them.
Published: July 2023Tarjeta de bolsillo con la imagen de la Línea de prevención del suicido y crisis 988 Esta tarjeta de bolsillo de 2 caras de 3.5"x2" ayuda a publicitar la Línea de prevención del suicido y crisis 988. This 2-sided 3.5"x2" business-sized wallet card helps publicize the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline.
Published: July 2023Imán rectangular de la Línea de prevención del suicido y crisis 988 (2023) Este imán con forma de teléfono móvil (de 3,25"x6") ayuda a publicitar el nuevo número de teléfono de la Línea de prevención del suicido y crisis 988 y proporciona acceso a este recurso que salva vidas en lugares muy visibles. This cellphone-shaped magnet (size 3.25"x6") helps publicize the new 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline phone number and provides access to this life-saving resource in places that are highly visible.
Published: July 2023Libreta de apuntes del plan de seguridad para la prevención del suicidio y crisis 988 El plan de seguridad es una libreta de apuntes de 5"x7", similar a un talonario de recetas con 50 hojas desprendibles. Lo pueden utilizar los consejeros, terapeutas, clínicos y otros profesionales que trabajan con personas que necesitan planes de seguridad. Modificado por Stanley y Brown.
Published: July 2023Tarjetas de alerta de suicidio en adultos, línea de prevención del suicidio y crisis 988 Las tarjetas de alerta de suicidio en adultos son volantes de "5x7", diseñados para educar acerca de las señales de alerta en adultos y la 988. The adult suicide warning note cards are "5x7” handouts designed to educate about the warning signs for youths and educate about 988.
Published: July 2023Póster de la Línea de prevención del suicido y crisis 988 Este póster de 18x24 pulgadas ayuda a publicitar la nueva Línea de Prevención del suicido y crisis 988 y proporciona acceso a este recurso que salva vidas. Este póster está diseñado para ser exhibido en escuelas, centros comunitarios, oficinas de asesoramiento, clínicas y otros lugares donde se reúnen las personas. This 18x24 inch poster helps publicize the new 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline and provides access to this life-saving resource. This poster is designed to be placed in schools, community centers, counseling offices, clinics, and other settings where people gather.
Published: July 2023Tarjetas de alerta de suicidio para jóvenes, línea de prevención del suicidio y crisis 988 Las tarjetas de alerta de suicidio en jóvenes son volantes de 5"x7", diseñados para educar acerca de las señales de alerta en jóvenes y la 988. The youth suicide warning note cards are "5x7” handouts designed to educate about the warning signs for youths and educate about 988.
Published: June 2023This practical guide updates and expands the discussion presented in SAMHSA's Concept of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma-Informed Approach Resource from 2014. The primary goal of this guide is to provide implementation strategies across multiple domains based on the original publication.
Published: June 2023An analysis of the 2022 DAWN data presents: (1) nationally representative weighted estimates of all drug-related emergency department (ED) visits, (2) nationally representative weighted estimates of the top substances involved in drug-related ED visits, including rates by race and ethnicity; (3) nationally representative weighted estimates of opioid- related ED visits by type of opioid, (4) drugs involved in polysubstance ED visits, and (5) the identification of newly mentioned drugs in 2022.
Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Behavioral Health: Results from the 2021 and 2022 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health
Published: June 2023Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Behavioral Health: Results from the 2021 and 2022 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health presents data on key substance use and mental health indicators by sexual identity and gender among adults aged 18 or older in the United States. Estimates are based on pooled data from the 2021 and 2022 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) and are age-adjusted to facilitate comparisons between groups.
Published: June 2023This model standards guidance document, SAMHSA's National Model Standards for Peer Support Certification, is prepared in response to President Biden's 2022 Unity Agenda. This document outlines model standards for substance use disorder, mental health, and family/youth peer support certification.
Published: May 2023This fact sheet is written specifically for preteens and teens. It compares the myths with the facts about alcohol use among youth and the effects of alcohol use. This fact sheet can help parents and prevention professionals start conversations about underage drinking and alcohol misuse.
Published: April 2023This 18x24 inch poster helps publicize youth suicide warning signs, and provides access to a life-saving resource; the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. This poster is designed to be placed in school counseling offices, clinics, pediatrician offices, and other settings relevant to families.
Published: March 2023This report provides behavioral health professionals, researchers, policymakers and other audiences with a comprehensive research overview and accurate information about effective and ineffective therapeutic practices related to youth of diverse sexual orientation and gender identity.
Results from the 2021 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH): Key Substance Use and Mental Health Indicators in the United States
Published: March 2023Read key findings from the 2021 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) on substance use, mental health, and treatment. Metrics in the report cover the civilian, noninstitutionalized US population ages 12 and older. Estimates are presented by age group and by race/ethnicity for selected measures. Unlike other NSDUH Annual National Reports, the 2021 report has no discussion of trends over time, because changes in survey methodology mean the indicators are not comparable to past NSDUH estimates.