SAMHSA


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SAMHSASubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
SAMHSASubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Act (Australia)
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Major Sam Cochran (retired) of the Memphis Police will also be honored with a SAMHSA Special Recognition Award for his work in developing the Crisis Intervention Team in Memphis, Tennessee.
SAMHSA also notes more than eight out of 10 people who needed such treatment did not perceive a need for it.
For more information on the new SAMHSA policy, visit www.
SAMHSA has established a clear vision for its work--a life in the community for everyone.
These grants are designed to help address the regional nature and shifting trends in substance abuse and resulting changes in treatment need," said SAMHSA Administrator Nelba Chavez.
Through the Recovery Support Strategic Initiative, SAMHSA has delineated four major dimensions that support a life in recovery:
SAMHSA veterans add that her acerbic and domineering style alienated career federal officials and contributed to an exodus of well-known experts from the agency.
An estimated 7 million to 10 million people in the United States have co-occurring substance abuse and mental health problems, according to the SAMHSA report.
The SAMHSA contract was awarded to W after an open bidding process involving agencies from across the nation.
The Food and Drug Administration and SAMHSA have launched a public outreach program to teach consumers, health professionals, and clinicians on how to safely use methadone for pain and drug addiction treatment.
The upcoming reauthorization review of SAMHSA will enable the Congress to examine the agency's management of its grant programs and plans for converting its block grants to performance partnership grants, which will hold states more accountable for results.