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What You Can Do to ‘Prevent to Protect’ Against Birth Defects

Being pregnant is a very special time in a mother’s life. A lot of time is spent planning for a baby’s arrival, from making sure to eat healthy foods and staying active to purchasing the safest car seat. Pregnancy is also a time when parents worry about their future child’s health and well-being. One big worry parents may have is whether their child will have to start out life with a serious birth defect. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 33 babies is born with a ...


#IAmHHS: Finding the Essence of Public Service

As the Region III administrator for SAMHSA, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, I have the privilege of working with and serving the people of Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia and West Virginia. One of my main jobs is making sure that when there is a conversation about health, behavioral health is at the table. There was a time when that was not the case. But today we know that working collaboratively is a key success factor in reducing the...


Empowering Our Communities on the MLK Day of Service

“Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve.” -- Martin Luther King Jr. The observance of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on January 15 is a time for us to reflect on the life and achievements of an extraordinary leader in American history. Dr. King devoted his life to advancing equality, social justice and economic opportunity through service to others. He also linked the quest for equality to healthcare and talked about the importance of being first in moral excellence and gen...


#IAmHHS: A Personal Loss Motivates Drive for Integrated Care

Can you imagine having a chronic condition like diabetes and not being able to receive the treatment that you need Or not knowing where or how to get treatment or having a long wait for services when you have a medical crisis Well that is exactly what happens to millions of people with serious mental illness. My job is to try and change that, by helping people with serious mental illnesses get the  help, treatment services and recovery supports they need, when they need it, so they can lead hea...


Finding Safe, Loving Homes for Teens in Need

During the Christmas and holiday season, we enjoy the opportunity to spend time with our family and loved ones. So it’s an appropriate time to remember how important it is to secure the blessing of a loving family for every American, and it’s appropriate that November marks National Adoption Month. The Department of Health and Human Services plays an important role in helping American families adopt children now in foster care. HHS’s Children’s Bureau, part of the Administration for Children and...


Connecting Data to Save Lives

 Each day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 140 Americans die from drug overdoses, 91 specifically due to opioids. These numbers are staggering and disturbing, but having a clearer picture of the devastating effects of the opioid epidemic across the nation can help us target interventions and develop new solutions to end it. To do this, we need data. Lots of data. We have to understand the epidemic in order to stop it. We at the Office of the Chief Technolog...


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