This resource provides parents with information that can help them talk to their college-bound children about alcohol-use consequences.
This PSA for SAMHSA's "Talk. They Hear You." campaign encourages fathers, to start an open dialogue with their children at a young age about drinking.
Institute of Medicine (IOM) released a new report, “Psychosocial Interventions for Mental and Substance Use Disorders.”
SAMHSA's Pamela Hyde announces her resignation and recounts SAMHSA’s accomplishments and its federal partners during her tenure.
Start the Talk is the newest component of SAMHSA's "Talk. They Hear You." Underage Drinking Prevention National Media Campaign aimed to reduce underage drinking among youth ages 9 to 15.
This resource equips care providers and administrators with information on caring for people who have experienced trauma or may be at risk for developing trauma stress reactions.
The “Behavioral Health Equity Barometer” report is a one-year snapshot of the state of behavioral health of youth and adults by demographics and insurance status.
This podcast describes how children exposed to traumatic events can exhibit symptoms that overlap with ADHD and, in some cases, could result in inaccurate diagnoses.
The 2015 Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day national event recorded webcast is now available.
Minority Mental Health Month provided an opportunity to raise awareness of how mental health and substance use issues affect ethnic minority groups.
"Change starts with one person and can grow really fast."
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