Age of Children Impacted
Best, Promising and Innovative Work Underway
Throughout the United States, children and their families are feeling the impact of substance use. About 1 in 8 children ages 17 or younger reside in a home where at least one parent has a substance use disorder.
A reference guide parents and others about the use of emojis in conjunction with illegal drugs.
The Suicide, Overdose, and Adverse Childhood Experiences Prevention Capacity Assessment Tool (SPACECAT) is designed for local, state, and territorial health agencies to better understand their capacity to address suicide, overdose, and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)
Statement sheet highlighting school-based prevention and intervention programs.
Friday, January 13, 2023
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has awarded nearly $245 million in Bipartisan Safer Communities Act funding to support youth mental health, help the health care workforce address mental health needs, and fund other critical mental health supports.
Monday, January 9, 2023
The Health Services and Resources Administration (HRSA) is urging public schools and educational institutions to take advantage of its School-Administered Loans. These programs provide schools with funding to offer low, fixed-rate loans to students pursuing health care careers. HRSA is holding...
Monday, December 19, 2022
SAMHSA is proposing to expand access to treatment for opioid use disorder by updating the federal regulations that oversee OUD treatment standards. Specifically, the proposed rule change would allow Americans to access treatment by allowing take home doses of methadone and the use of telehealth in...