Headlines: SAMHSA Releases New State and National Behavioral Health StatisticsSAMHSA E-mail Updates sent this bulletin at 11/07/2013 04:00 PM EST
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The report provides unique, comprehensive information regarding the delivery of behavioral health services in the United States. It is the only available comprehensive source of national-level statistical information on trends in private- and public-sector behavioral health services, costs, and clients.
The Media Guidelines for Bullying Prevention are designed to provide journalists, members of the entertainment industry, bloggers, and others with up-to-date, accurate information needed to cover and depict bullying issues in a factual and sensitive way.
SAMHSA Awards up to $56.9 Million in Fiscal Year 2013 Grants for the Safe Schools/Healthy Students Program
The Safe Schools/Healthy Students program supports state and community partnerships to create safe and supportive schools and communities by building partnerships among educational, behavioral health, and criminal/juvenile justice systems.
SAMHSA Honors Community and Entertainment Leaders at 2013 Voice Awards for Giving a Voice to Behavioral Health Recovery
On September 25 at the 2013 Voice Awards, SAMHSA honored Academy Award nominee David O. Russell, former U.S. Rep. Patrick Kennedy, retired U.S. Army General Peter Chiarelli, as well as others for helping educate Americans that people recover from mental and/or substance use disorders.