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SAMHSA released a series of facts sheets about anxiety disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), bipolar disorder, depression, first episode psychosis, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). These fact sheets provide the latest scientific information about symptoms and a range of treatment options, as well as peer support groups and services.

Understanding Depression Caregiver: Provides caregivers with a general overview of depression in youth and young adults. Gives guidance on how to provide support. Highlights recommended treatment approaches. Includes a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5003
Understanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Caregiver: Provides caregivers with a general overview of obsessive-compulsive disorder in youth and young adults. Gives guidance on how to provide support. Highlights recommended treatment approaches. Includes a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5001
Understanding a First Episode of Psychosis Caregiver: Get the Facts: Provides caregivers with a general overview of psychosis in youth and young adults. Gives guidance on how to provide support. Highlights recommended treatment approaches. Includes a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5005
Understanding Bipolar Disorder Caregiver: Provides caregivers with a general overview of obsessive-compulsive disorder in youth and young adults. Gives guidance on how to provide support. Highlights recommended treatment approaches. Includes a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5007
Understanding Anxiety Disorders Caregiver: Get the Facts: Provides caregivers with a general overview of anxiety disorders in youth and young adults. Gives guidance on how to provide support. Highlights recommended treatment approaches. Includes a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5009
Understanding Bipolar Disorder Young Adult: Get the Facts: Gives young adults facts on living with bipolar-compulsive disorder. Discusses causes and treatment approaches. Provides a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5008
Understanding a First Episode of Psychosis Young Adult: Get the Facts: Gives young adults facts on living with psychosis. Discusses causes and treatment approaches. Provides a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5006
Understanding Depression Young Adults: Gives young adults facts on living with depression. Discusses causes and treatment approaches. Provides a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5004
Understanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Young Adults: Gives young adults facts on living with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Discusses causes and treatment approaches. Provides a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5002
Understanding Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Young Adults: Get the Facts: Gives young adults facts on living with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Discusses causes and treatment approaches. Provides a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5012
Understanding Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Caregiver: Provides caregivers with a general overview of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in youth and young adults. Gives guidance on how to provide support. Highlights recommended treatment approaches. Includes a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5011
Understanding Anxiety Disorders Young Adults: Gives young adults facts on living with anxiety disorders. Discusses causes and treatment approaches. Provides a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5010
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