PSA Campaigns for SAMHSA
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), a federal agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA’s mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities.
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Current PSA Campaigns for SAMHSA
Help More People Become “Free from Meth.”
Meth use is on the rise. And too often, people who use meth feel trapped in their addiction, suffering the negative effects on their health and well-being. But it is possible to break free from meth and recover from the addiction.
SAMHSA, the Substance Use and Mental Health Administration, has created this “Free from Meth” PSAs to let people using meth and their loved ones know that recovery is possible, and help is available. The PSA features the true story of a real person in recovery who lost his freedom to meth, but then took a stand, reached out, and accepted help. He is now free from meth. The PSA closes with the National Helpline phone number for free and confidential treatment referral and the SAMHSA website to learn more.
This PSA offers a positive story of hope that we hope you’ll share with your audience. With your help and support, more people struggling with meth may find help and begin their journey of recovery.
Let’s put help for drug use in the right hands.
Drug use—including marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, as well as prescription drug misuse and illicit opioids—among adults is on the rise. The COVID-19 pandemic has contributed to increased drug use. But help is available. And close at hand.
Your listeners need to know that anyone can use Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) resources to learn more and connect to 24-hour, free, and confidential treatment referral in English and Spanish.
But it takes the power of airtime to bring the message home. In the right hands, one number can change lives. Please give a minute of your time to help us get the word, and the number, out. These PSAs are available for television and radio, in English and Spanish, in :60, :30, and :20 lengths.
Give us a minute for America’s mental health.
Mental illness is a growing crisis. And too many people think they can sort out their mental health concerns on their own. Figuring out a diagnosis and developing a treatment plan takes professional guidance. And the sooner the better. Your viewers need to know that getting help for mental health concerns can start with the
National Helpline. It’s the number to call to connect to 24-hour, free, and confidential treatment referral, in English or Spanish, from SAMHSA, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. But it takes airtime to help get someone to make that call. These PSA messages can make a world of difference for someone with a mental health concern. Please give a minute to help us get this important message out. These PSAs are available for television and radio, in English and Spanish, in :60, :30, and :20 lengths.
Past PSA Campaigns for SAMHSA
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