SAMHSA offers many of its resources in an eBook format, allowing readers to access these materials more easily on mobile devices, tablets, and e-readers.
This PSA video for SAMHSA's "Talk. They Hear You." campaign encourages parents to start an open dialogue with their children at a young age about drinking.
This extended PSA for "Don't Be a Friend. Be A Parent." shows parents the negative consequences of hosting an underage drinking party.
This blog post describes the benefits of participating in sports, as well as the risks.
CDC released a study that uses data from the 2001–2013 National Youth Risk Behavior Surveys to better understand the prevalence of combustible and smokeless tobacco use among high school athletes.
This blog post describes the Resource Guide for Reporting on Behavioral Health: How You Talk About It Matters.
This purpose of this study was to better understand the knowledge and perception of tobacco quitlines.
SAMHSA’s 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health report shows progress in reducing substance use, especially among adolescents.
This article describes a study by researchers at the University of Southern California that analyzed e-cigarette use among high school students and its relationship with trying smoking tobacco products.
"Change starts with one person and can grow really fast."
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