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Tips for Disaster Responders: Understanding Historical Trauma and Resilience When Responding to an Event in Indian Country
Tips for Disaster Responders: Cultural Awareness When Working In Indian Country Post-Disaster
Tips for Young Adults: Coping with Mass Violence
Advisory: Addressing Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors in Substance Use Treatment
Crisis Services: Meeting Needs, Saving Lives
Published: December 2020The book is composed of SAMHSA’s “National Guidelines for Behavioral Health Crisis Care: Best Practice Toolkit” and related papers on crisis services. The toolkit reflects relevant clinical and health services research, review of top national program practices and replicable approaches that support best practice implementation. The related papers address key issues relevant to crisis services, homelessness, technology advances, substance use, legal issues impacting crisis services, financing crisis care, diverse populations, children and adolescents, rural and frontier areas, and the role of law enforcement.
Advisory: Peer Support Services in Crisis Care
Analyses of MAX Claims: SAMHSA Fee-for-Service Spending Estimates, Medicare-Medicaid Enrollee Analysis, and Managed Care Summary
The Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children with Serious Emotional Disturbances
Published: March 2015This report presents 2012 to 2013 findings from a federally funded program that supports community-based mental health services for children experiencing serious emotional disturbances. It describes the system of care approach, service characteristics and use, and child outcomes.
Behavioral Health Treatment Needs Assessment Toolkit for States
Behavioral Health Spending & Use Accounts, 2006-2015
Published: February 2019This report provides updated estimates of mental health and substance use disorder spending by payment source and provider, setting, payer and specialty type. The report highlights spending on behavioral health by private insurers, Medicaid and Medicare as well as other payers.