Media Archive

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June 2014 Radio Episode: Disasters and Behavioral Health - Helping Survivors Recover From Trauma

Learn about the mental and/or substance use risks for disaster victims and how to effectively address them.

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April 2014 Radio Episode: Understanding Diverse Cultures in Delivering Recovery Services

Find out why cultural competency is critical when helping people recover from mental and/or substance use disorders.

Radio
March 2018 Radio Episode: Kickoff Show Radio
April 2016 Radio Episode: Generational Issues Affecting Recovery: From Childhood to Grandparenthood

Mental or substance use disorders often affect several generations of the same family, due to the effect of parents’ disorders on their children, but early intervention can interrupt these patterns.

Radio
March 2014 Radio Episode: Join the Voices for Recovery: Speak Up, Reach Out!

Learn more about the 2013 Recovery Month campaign’s many achievements.

Radio
March 2016 Radio Episode: Kickoff Show

The theme of 2016’s National Recovery Month, “Join the Voices for Recovery: Our Families, Our Stories, Our Recovery!” is illustrated with personal stories and scenes from nationwide events.

Radio
April 2018 Radio Episode: Treatment 101: Finding Effective Care Radio
November 2015 Radio Episode: The Road to Recovery 2015: Showcases of Events

This episode will feature footage, photos, and interviews of participants from nationwide events as individuals, families, and entire communities celebrate Recovery Month.

Radio
September 2015 Radio Episode: New Technologies for Whole Body Health and Wellness

The episode reviews SAMHSA’s new mobile applications and interactive tools. These include an anti-bullying app, the suicide prevention phone line, and innovative mobile resources to help prevent underage drinking.

Radio
June 2015 Radio Episode: Screening and Assessments for Mental and/or Substance Use Disorders: The Role of Primary Care

The episode’s panel will review Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral, and Treatment (SBIRT) elements. They will look at it how it has and can continue to be incorporated into primary health care settings to screen for mental and/or substance use disorders and help reduce overprescribing of medications. In addition, a preview of the collaboration between SAMHSA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will give health care professionals who prescribe opioids a framework for safer prescribing.

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