These organizations conduct scientific research on behavioral health conditions, as well as offer mental and/or substance use disorder training and education services.
Heads Up is an education series that provides teens with science-based materials from a trustworthy source about the effects of drugs and drug misuse on the brain and body.
NIDA for Teens is for middle and high school students and their teachers. It provides accurate and timely information for use in and out of the classroom.
The Office of Science Policy and Communications leads NIDA's strategic efforts to inform public health policy and practice by ensuring the institute is the trusted source for scientific information on drug misuse and dependency.
NIDA's Prevention Research Program focuses on risks for drug misuse and other problem behaviors that occur throughout a child's development, from pregnancy through young adulthood.
NIDA's Treatment Research fact sheet covers research findings on effective treatment approaches for drug misuse and dependency.
The Office of Disease Prevention is responsible for accessing, facilitating, and stimulating research in disease prevention and health promotion, and disseminating the results of this research to improve public health.
The Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality is the government’s lead agency for behavioral health statistics, as designated by the Office of Management and Budget.
The National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices is a searchable online registry of more than 330 substance use and mental health interventions.
StopAlcoholAbuse.gov is the web portal for the Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Prevention of Underage Drinking and your gateway to comprehensive research and resources on prevention.