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Reports & Publications

Reports & Publications

Block Grants

FFY 2024 SYNAR Annual Report
FFY 2024 Combined Application
FFY2023 SABG Annual Report
FFY 2023 SYNAR Annual Report
FY2023 Combined Block Grant Application
DRAFT FFY 2022 SA/MH Application for Public Comment
FFY 2021 SAMH Mini Block Grant Behavioral Health Assessment and Plan application
FFY 2020 MHBG Annual Report
FFY 2020 SABG Annual Report
FFY2020 Combined SA/MH Application with Notice for Comment
FFY 2019 MHBG Annual Report
FFY 2019 SABG Annual Report

Directories

Drug and Alcohol Safety Educational Program (DASEP) DWI Staff Directory

General Information

Drug and Alcohol Safety Educational Program (DASEP) Guidelines

Procedures

Provider Reconsideration Submission Instructions
Provider Reconsideration Registration Instructions

Strategic Plans

Arkansas Prevention Strategic Plan SFY2019-2023
Prescription Drug Overdose Death Strategic Plan

Resources

Dealing with the Effects of Trauma
A Practical Guide to Psychiatric Advance Directives

Rules

HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices

Synar Reports

In July 1992, Congress enacted the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration Reorganization Act (PL 102-321), which includes the Synar Amendment (section 1926) aimed at decreasing youth access to tobacco. This amendment, named for its sponsor, Congressman Mike Synar of Oklahoma, requires states to enact and enforce laws prohibiting the sale or distribution of tobacco products to individuals under the age of 18. Public Law 116-94, signed on December 20, 2019, superseded this legislation and increased the minimum age for tobacco sales from 18 to 21. States must comply with the Synar Amendment in order to receive their full Substance Use Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery Services Block Grant (SUBG) awards.

The annual Synar reports detail trends in sales of tobacco to minors and the success of state compliance with the Synar Amendment. These reports identify common characteristics among states that reach compliance goals and stress the importance of prevention in decreasing teen tobacco use.

2022 Arkansas Annual Synar Report
2021 Arkansas Annual Synar Report
2020 Arkansas Annual Synar Report
2019 Arkansas Annual Synar Report
2018 Arkansas Annual Synar Report
2017 Arkansas Annual Synar Report
2016 Arkansas Annual Synar Report
2015 Arkansas Annual Synar Report
2014 Arkansas Annual Synar Report
2013 Arkansas Annual Synar Report
2012 Arkansas Annual Synar Report