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  1. HHS

    Service Locator- Comprehensive Healthcare

    This location-based tool allows you to search near your current location for community health clinics that offer primary care including: wellness, check ups, vaccines, testing, sexual health, family planning, dental, mental health, substance abuse treatment, and HIV/AIDS care. It is available as an API, widget and website.

    Created originally by the AIDS.gov team, the tool can be used by anyone looking for health and support services. The tool combines results for federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), FQHC look alikes, and Ryan White HIV/AIDS treatment centers from datawarehouse.hrsa.gov;for mental health and substance abuse from findtreatment.samhsa.gov; and for family planning from hhs.gov/opa/title-x-family-planning/.

    Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
    Subject: Health Care Providers
    Subject: Safety
    Subject: Treatments
    Group Name: Locators
    Date Released: Sep 6, 2012
    Date Updated: Jan 24, 2013
    Geographic Granularity: ZIP Code

  2. HHS

    Service Locator- Family Planning Title X

    This locator tool will help you find Title X family planning centers that provide high quality and cost-effective family planning and related preventive health services for low-income women and men.

    Family planning centers offer a broad range of FDA-approved contraceptive methods and related counseling; as well as breast and cervical cancer screening; pregnancy testing and counseling; screening and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs); HIV testing; and other patient education and referrals.

    4,400 family planning centers serve about 5 million clients each year. Services are provided through state, county, and local health departments; community health centers; Planned Parenthood centers; and hospital-based, school-based, faith-based, other private nonprofits.

    Title X staff are specially trained to meet the contraceptive needs of individuals with limited English proficiency, teenagers, and those confronting complex medical and personal issues such as substance abuse, disability, homelessness or interpersonal and domestic violence.

    Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
    Subject: Health Care Providers
    Subject: Safety
    Subject: Treatments
    Group Name: Locators
    Date Released: Sep 6, 2012
    Geographic Granularity: ZIP Code

  3. HHS

    Adolescent Relationship Abuse (ARA) Toolkit

    The Adolescent Relationship Abuse (ARA) Toolkit provides information and strategies on how to: incorporate abuse prevention into programming; conduct staff training; formalize policies and procedures; conduct staff training on ARA prevention; and access resources for project participants.

    Agency: Administration for Children and Families
    Subject: Children's Health
    Subject: Safety
    Subject: Treatments
    Date Released: Apr 4, 2014

  4. HHS

    National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC)

    The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) is a national information and resource hub relating to all aspects of sexual violence.

    NSVRC staff collect and disseminate a wide range of resources on sexual violence including statistics, research, position statements, statutes, training curricula, prevention initiatives and program information. With these resources, NSVRC assists coalitions, advocates and others interested in understanding and eliminating sexual violence. NSVRC has an active and diverse Advisory Council that assists and advises staff and ensures a broad national perspective. NSVRC also enjoys a strong partnership with state, territory and tribal anti-sexual assault coalitions and allied organizations.

    NSVRC is funded through a cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Division of Violence Prevention.

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Health Care Providers
    Subject: Safety
    Subject: Treatments
    Date Released: Jan 1, 2001

  5. HHS

    Electronic Animal Drug Product Listing Directory

    The Electronic Animal Drug Product Listing Directory is a directory of all animal drug products that have been listed electronically since June 1, 2009, to comply with changes enacted as part of the FDA Amendments Act of 2007.

    Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
    Subject: Treatments
    Date Released: Dec 9, 2009
    Date Updated: Jan 21, 2010

  6. HHS

    Dietary Supplement Label Database

    The database is designed to help both the general public and health care providers find information about ingredients in brand-name products, including name, form, active and inactive ingredients, amount of active ingredient/unit, manufacturer/distributor information, suggested dose, label claims, warnings, percentage of daily value, and further label information.

    Agency: National Library of Medicine
    Subject: Treatments
    Date Released: Jan 1, 2005Converted from “2005”.

  7. HHS

    FDA Drug Label Data

    This file contains the data elements used for searching the FDA Online Data Repository including proprietary name, active ingredients, marketing application number or regulatory citation, National Drug Code, and company name.

    Agency: U.S. Food and Drug Administration
    Subject: Treatments
    Date Released: Feb 1, 2011
    Date Updated: Feb 1, 2011
    Geographic Granularity: Country

  8. HHS

    Find a Health Center

    The Find Health Center tool is a locator tool designed to make data and information concerning Federally-Funded Health Centers more readily available to our users. It is intended to help people in greatest need for health care locate where they could obtain care in their particular location. The user is able to search for health centers nearest to a specific complete address, city and state, state and county, or ZIP code. The search results (health centers) are returned in groups of ten (numbered from one to ten) and are sorted by increasing distance away from the center of the search area (address or county). For each health center entry in the list the user is provided the health center name, address, approximate distance from the center point of the search, telephone number, website address (where available), and a link for driving directions. The user has the option of viewing the search results either on a map or as text (default) and both views provide links to get more detailed information for each returned opportunity.

    Agency: Health Resources and Services Administration
    Subject: Children's Health
    Subject: Health Care Providers
    Subject: Treatments
    Group Name: Locators
    Date Released: Sep 1, 2010
    Geographic Granularity: Street Address

  9. HHS

    FDA Online Label Repository

    The drug labels and other drug-specific information on this Web site represent the most recent drug label information companies have submitted to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

    Agency: U.S. Food and Drug Administration
    Subject: Treatments
    Date Released: Jan 1, 2011
    Date Updated: Jan 1, 2011
    Geographic Granularity: Country

  10. HHS

    Drug Facts Chat Day

    Transcript of 2010 Drug Facts Chat Day.

    Agency: National Institute on Drug Abuse
    Subject: Treatments
    Date Released: Dec 1, 2010

  11. HHS

    QuitNowTXT Text Messaging Library

    Overview: The QuitNowTXT text messaging program is designed as a resource that can be adapted to specific contexts including those outside the United States and in languages other than English. Based on evidence-based practices, this program is a smoking cessation intervention for smokers who are ready to quit smoking. Although evidence supports the use of text messaging as a platform to deliver cessation interventions, it is expected that the maximum effect of the program will be demonstrated when it is integrated into other elements of a national tobacco control strategy. The QuitNowTXT program is designed to deliver tips, motivation, encouragement and fact-based information via unidirectional and interactive bidirectional message formats. The core of the program consists of messages sent to the user based on a scheduled quit day identified by the user. Messages are sent for up to four weeks pre-quit date and up to six weeks post quit date. Messages assessing mood, craving, and smoking status are also sent at various intervals, and the user receives messages back based on the response they have submitted. In addition, users can request assistance in dealing with craving, stress/mood, and responding to slips/relapses by texting specific key words to the QuitNow. Rotating automated messages are then returned to the user based on the keyword. Details of the program are provided below. Texting STOP to the service discontinues further texts being sent. This option is provided every few messages as required by the United States cell phone providers. It is not an option to remove this feature if the program is used within the US. If a web-based registration is used, it is suggested that users provide demographic information such as age, gender, and smoking frequency (daily or almost every day, most days, only a few days a week, only on weekends, a few times a month or less) in addition to their mobile phone number and quit date. This information will be useful for assessing the reach of the program, as well as identifying possible need to develop libraries to specific groups. The use of only a mobile phone-based registration system reduces barriers for participant entry into the program but limits the collection of additional data. At bare minimum, quit date must be collected. At sign up, participants will have the option to choose a quit date up to one month out. Text messages will start up to 14 days before their specified quit date. Users also have the option of changing their quit date at any time if desired. The program can also be modified to provide texts to users who have already quit within the last month. One possible adaptation of the program is to include a QuitNowTXT "light" version. This adaptation would allow individuals who do not have unlimited text messaging capabilities but would still like to receive support to participate by controlling the number of messages they receive. In the light program, users can text any of the programmed keywords without fully opting in to the program. Program Design: The program is designed as a 14-day countdown to quit date, with subsequent six weeks of daily messages. Each day within the program is identified as either a pre-quit date (Q- # days) or a post-quit date (Q+#). If a user opts into the program fewer than 14 days before their quit date, the system will begin sending messages on that day. For example, if they opt in four days prior to their quit date, the system will send a welcome message and recognize that they are at Q-4 (or four days before their quit date), and they will receive the message that everyone else receives four days before their quit date. As the user progresses throughout the program, they will receive messages outlined in the text message library. Throughout the program, users will receive texts that cover a variety of content areas including tips, informational content, motivational messaging, and keyword responses. The frequency of messages increases as the days leading up to and following the user's quit date, with a heavy emphasis on support, efficacy building, and actionable tips. Further away from a user's quit date, the messages will reduce in frequency. If the user says they have started to smoke again, the system will give them the option of continuing the program as planned or starting over and setting a new quit date. The system is also designed to assess the user's mood, craving level, and smoking status several times during the program. These assessment messages are characterized as MOOD, CRAVE, and STATUS messages. Whenever the system asks for a response from the user, it will send a programmed response based on the user's answer (i.e., if the user responds with MOOD = BAD then they will receive a message customized to that response). These programmed response messages rotate throughout the course of the program. Users can also send the system one of three programmed keywords (CRAVE, MOOD, and SLIP), and the system will send unique, automated responses based on the texted keyword. There are 10 messages for each of the programmed keywords, which rotate on a random basis, decreasing the likelihood the user will get the same response in a row. After the full six-week program comes to an end, the system will follow up at one, three, and six months to check on the user's smokefree status and offer additional assistance if needed. Message Types: -'''¢ Tips: Tips provide users with actionable strategies on how to manage cravings and deal with quitting smoking in general. -'''¢ Motivation/encouragement: Motivational messages encourage users to keep going on their smokefree journey despite the difficulty and struggle they may be facing. -'''¢ Information: Informational messages provide users with facts and other salient points about the impact of smoking relevant to their socio-cultural environment. -'''¢ Assessment: The assessment messages are built into the text messaging program and are designed to collect information about the user's experience as they are quitting and provide immediate feedback based on the user's response. Assessment messages fall along three dimensions: mood, craving, and smoking status. -'''¢ Reactive Messaging (Key Words): At any point, the user can initiate an interaction with the program that will return a text message relevant to the user's request for help. In response to the user texting one of the key words, the system will send them unique, automated responses. The key words cover topics relevant to various aspects of cessation.

    Agency: National Cancer Institute
    Subject: Treatments
    Date Released: Sep 19, 2011
    Date Updated: Sep 6, 2011

  12. HHS

    Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network

    The Organ Procurement Organizations and Organ Transplant Programs Locator tool is designed to help users find information about the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN) resources. This tool assists users in locating places to sign up to be an organ donor, organ transplantation services, organ procurement organization (OPO), or organ transplantation program (OTP). The user searches for an organ procurement or organ transplantation program in any geographic location by entering an address or state and county. The search results listing the organ procurement organizations (OPOs) or Organ Transplantation Programs (OTPs) are returned in groups of ten (numbered from one to ten) and are sorted by increasing distance away from the address location (state and county) previously entered. For each OPO/OTP returned in the list, the user is provided the OPO/OTP name, address, telephone number, website address (where available), link to driving directions (to and from each OPO/OTP) and a link to a map from the address (or county and state) entered.

    Agency: Health Resources and Services Administration
    Subject: Treatments
    Date Released: May 1, 2009

  13. HHS

    DailyMed Webservices

    The DailyMed RESTful API is a web service for accessing current SPL information. It is implemented using HTTP and can be thought of as a collection of resources, specified as URLs.

    Agency: National Library of Medicine
    Subject: Treatments
    Date Released: Feb 1, 2012Converted from “February 2012”.
    Date Updated: Aug 21, 2012Converted from “Daily”.

  14. HHS

    Mental Health Treatement Facilities Locator

    An online resource for locating mental health treatment facilities and programs supported by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The Mental Health Treatment Locator section of the Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator lists facilities providing mental health services to persons with mental illness. It includes: Public mental health facilities that are funded by their State mental health agency (SMHA) or other State agency or department Mental health treatment facilities administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs, Private for-profit and non-profit mental health facilities that are licensed by the State or accredited by a national accreditation organization.

    NOTE: The Mental Health Treatment Locator does not include facilities whose primary or only focus is the provision of services to persons with Mental Retardation (MR), Developmental Disability (DD), and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI). Facilities that provide treatment exclusively to persons with mental illness who are incarcerated. Mental health professionals in private practice (individual) or in a small group practice not licensed or certified as a mental health clinic or (community) mental health center.

    SAMHSA endeavors to keep the Locator current. All information in the Locator is updated annually based on facility responses to SAMHSA's National Mental Health Services Survey (N-MHSS). The most recent complete update includes data collected as of April 30, 2010 in the N-MHSS. New facilities are added monthly. Updates to facility names, addresses, telephone numbers and services are made weekly, if facilities inform SAMHSA of changes.

    For additional advice, you may call the Referral Helpline operated by SAMHSA's Center for Substance Abuse Treatment:

    1-800-662-HELP (English & Español)
    
    1-800-487-4889 (TTY)
    

    Agency: Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
    Subject: Health Care Providers
    Subject: Safety
    Subject: Treatments
    Group Name: Locators
    Date Released: Dec 3, 2012
    Geographic Granularity: Street Address

  15. HHS

    The National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP)

    The National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) is a searchable online registry of mental health and substance abuse interventions that have been reviewed and rated by independent reviewers. The purpose of this registry is to assist the public in identifying scientifically based approaches to preventing and treating mental and/or substance use disorders that can be readily disseminated to the field. NREPP is one way that SAMHSA is working to improve access to information on tested interventions and thereby reduce the lag time between the creation of scientific knowledge and its practical application in the field.

    NREPP is a voluntary, self-nominating system in which intervention developers elect to participate. There will always be some interventions that are not submitted to NREPP, and not all that are submitted are reviewed. In addition, new intervention summaries are continually being added, so the registry is always growing. Please check back regularly to access the latest updates.

    Agency: Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
    Subject: Treatments
    Date Released: Dec 12, 2012
    Date Updated: Dec 12, 2012
    Geographic Granularity: Country

  16. HHS

    Cross Federal Workgroup on Telehealth (FedTel) Inventory of Activities

    This dataset is a collection of the submitted activities and projects from member of the Cross Federal Workgroup on Telehealth (FedTel). The FedTel's membership comprises agencies and offices across the Federal government with an interest or investment in telehealth. The Workgroup was launched in April 2011 with the assistance of the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy. The workgroup’s goal is to facilitate info sharing/education among its members, coordinate guidance and other programmatic materials, and explore opportunities for joint funding.

    Agency: Health Resources and Services Administration
    Subject: Health Care Cost
    Subject: Health Care Providers
    Subject: Treatments
    Date Released: Feb 5, 2013

  17. HHS

    HIV/AIDS testing sites and locator services

    The HIV Testing Sites & Care Services Locator is a first-of-its-kind, location-based search tool that allows you to search for testing services, housing providers, health centers and other service providers near your current location.

    Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
    Subject: Health Care Providers
    Subject: Treatments
    Group Name: HIVAIDS
    Date Released: Sep 6, 2012
    Date Updated: Jan 24, 2013
    Geographic Granularity: ZIP Code

  18. HHS

    National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS)

    The National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS) is a national survey designed to meet the need for objective, reliable information about the provision and use of ambulatory medical care services in the United States. Findings are based on a sample of visits to non-federal employed office-based physicians who are primarily engaged in direct patient care.

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Health Care Providers
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Subject: Treatments
    Group Name: National Health Care Surveys
    Date Released: May 1, 2012
    Date Updated: Feb 1, 2013

  19. HHS

    National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey

    The National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NHAMCS) is designed to collect data on the utilization and provision of ambulatory care services in hospital emergency and outpatient departments and in ambulatory surgery centers. Hospital-based ambulatory surgery centers were first added to this study in 2009, and freestanding ambulatory surgery centers were added in 2010.

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Health Care Providers
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Subject: Treatments
    Group Name: National Health Care Surveys
    Date Released: Aug 1, 2012
    Date Updated: Feb 1, 2013