|Title||Description||Developed By||Year Added|
|Behavioral Health Barometer, United States 2013||
Developed by SAMHSA, this national report presents a set of substance use and mental health indicators as measured through data collection efforts sponsored by SAMHSA, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Institute on Drug Abuse. This array of indicators provides a unique overview of the Nation’s behavioral health at a point in time, as well as a mechanism for tracking change and trends over time.
|Behavioral Health Fact Sheets||SAMHSA’s CAPT developed this set of fact sheets to help practitioners think about their substance abuse prevention work in the overall context of behavioral health.||CAPT||2012|
|Behavioral Health Issues Among Afghanistan and Iraq U.S. War Veterans||
This document introduces some of the behavioral health problems facing veterans who have served in Afghanistan and Iraq, including substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and suicide. It also discusses screening tools and intervention.
|Behavioral Health, United States, 2012||
This new report from SAMHSA features substance abuse and mental health statistics at the national and state levels from 40 different data sources.
|Benefits of Collaborating with the Community||
This document presents six benefits of collaborating with the community.
|Binge Drinking: Terminology and Patterns of Use||
This document offers a brief background on the various ways that binge drinking has been defined (currently and historically), and summarizes current binge drinking patterns in the United States.
|Briefing on Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) Effectiveness||
Developed by the PDMP Center of Excellence at Brandeis University, this report offers an overview of the utility and benefits of PDMPs.
|Bringing Data to Prevention Planning: State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroups||
This document describes the key tasks and deliverables of state epidemiological outcomes workgroups and the national data sources they use to inform their work.
|Building the Evaluation Capacity of Local Programs Serving American Indian/Alaska Native Populations: Lessons Learned||NEW||
Between 2010 and 2014, SAMHSA’s Service to Science initiative made major strides in meeting the evaluation needs of 34 tribal communities served, supporting innovative, locally-developed programs serving AI/AN communities to better demonstrate evidence of effectiveness.
|CAPT Tips and Tools: Reaching and Engaging “Non-College” Young Adults in Prevention Efforts||
This toolkit is designed to help practitioners working to reduce substance misuse and abuse among non-college young adults find the data they need to inform their planning efforts, and to overcome some common challenges to reaching and engaging young adults in prevention efforts.