A new national survey commissioned by MHFA reports that school board members see student mental health as their biggest concern.
The legislative gains achieved in December 2022 through the spending package will have a lasting impact on treatment, access to care and workforce issues.
We sat down with Relias, a National Council Platinum Partner, to learn more about their work, the future of the field and lessons learned from COVID-19.
988 is often compared to another three-digit number the nation knows well: 911. Here are some of the key differences.
Now that the chaos of mid-pandemic is behind us, how do we retain the amazing employees who carried the community through the unthinkable?
The clock is ticking, but we still have time to build on this year’s mental health and substance use-focused legislative successes before year end.
People with mental health challenges, especially young people, face an overwhelmed and under-resourced health care system.
SAMHSA's new report discusses the urgent need to address and improve crisis response for children, youth, and families.
Recruiting more mental health and substance use professionals represents one of the most urgent needs we face in improving access to care.
Join SAMHSA on November 9 for a webinar to kick off the agency’s initiative to update to CCBHC certification criteria.