SAMSHA unveils improved 

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) is rolling out a newly improved, built to be the most comprehensive resource for persons seeking treatment for mental and substance use disorders, offers you the ability to:

• Search for treatment from multiple sources such as certified substance use and mental health treatment facilities, opioid treatment programs, buprenorphine practitioners, and health care centers.

• Access an interactive map and search filters to tailor treatment options.

• Search for a facility by entering address, city, state, zip code or facility name.

• Download printer-friendly search results including facility location (i.e., phone number, address, website, etc.).

With, treatment facilities also can now register themselves for enhanced outreach to their communities and better visibility of their mental health and substance use treatment services.

All searches on the site are anonymous and confidential.

Visit the site at

Published by Tim Rowden

The Grief Project is dedicated to sharing the stories of suicide loss survivors as well as information and research on suicide, mental health, advocacy and prevention. I’m a suicide loss survivor, husband, father, writer and journalist, with 33 years experience as a reporter and editor. I believe sharing our stories can help help others who are struggling, whether they are loss survivors or struggling with depression or other mental health issues. We honor them and honor our loved ones by sharing our stories.

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