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Leading Change: A Plan for SAMHSA’s Roles and Actions 2011–2014

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans United States 31 December 2011 Guidelines mental health system, plan, substance use

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SAMHSA’s Strategic Initiatives will address trauma; support military families; improve access to culturally competent, high-quality care; develop community, peer, and family support; build information systems; and promote important messages about behavioral health while adjusting to changing conditions. By working across health, justice, social services, education, and other systems and with State, Territorial, Tribal, and other partners, SAMHSA will lead the way to improving the Nation’s behavioral health.


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