1. Resources for Responding to COVID-19

    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recognizes the challenges posed by the current COVID-19 situation and is providing the following guidance and resources to assist individuals, providers, communities, and states across the country. SAMHSA stands ready to assist in any manner possible. Population: Everyone Links to Resource:...
  2. Communities Respond to COVID-19 with Innovative High-impact Strategies

    COVID-19 brings new health, economic and social crises on a daily basis. These crises especially affect lower-income, ethnic minority communities with job loss, food insecurity, and poorer access to health care. Information overload and cultural and linguistic gaps in information exacerbate anxiety, confusion, and uncertainty. National conversations underscore the growing...
  3. Coronavirus and Emerging Infectious Disease Outbreaks Response Resources

    These fact sheets provide information and recommendations for healthcare personnel, families, leaders, and businesses to address the psychological and behavioral health impacts of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and...
  4. National Survey on LGBTQ Youth Mental Health

    This is the first wide-ranging report from a cross-sectional national survey of LGBTQ youth across the United States. With over 34,000 respondents, it is the largest survey of LGBTQ youth mental health ever conducted and provides a critical understanding of the experiences impacting their lives.This ground-breaking survey provides new insights...
  5. Resources for African American History Month 2020

    National African American History Month in February celebrates the contributions that African Americans have made to American history in their struggles for freedom and equality and deepens our understanding of our Nation’s history. During Black History Month, the HHS Office of Minority Health (OMH) will join partners in reflecting on the...
  6. The Opioid Crisis and Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations

    This resources page is being built by ongoing virtual learning community participants of the HHS Office of Minority Health’s webinar series “The Opioid Crisis and Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations.” Resources shared within the learning community will help to populate this page and continue the learning on prevention, treatment and culturally and linguistically appropriate services...
  7. Racial Inequities in Drug Arrests: Treatment in Lieu of and After Incarceration

    Drug arrests and incarcerations have deep and lasting consequences for the health and well-being of people involved in the criminal justice system as well as their families and communities. Two issues are at stake: law enforcement practices and opportunities for treatment. The increased racial inequity in felony arrest rates also...