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         Substance Abuse:     more books (106)
  1. Substance Abuse Treatment for Youth and Adults: Clinician's Guide to Evidence-Based Practice (Clinician's Guide to Evidence-Based Practice Series) by David W. Springer, Allen Rubin, 2009-08-17
  2. Substance Abuse Assessment and Diagnosis: A Comprehensive Guide for Counselors and Helping Professionals by Gerald A. Juhnke, 2002-10-25
  3. The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse: A Handbook for Educators, Counselors, and Clinicians
  4. Alcohol and Substance Abuse in Women and Children by Barry Stimmel, 1986-01-01
  5. Counseling for Substance Abuse and Addiction (Resources for Christian Counselors Series) by Stephen Van Cleave, Walter Byrd, et all 1995-06
  6. Substance Abuse Prevention Activities (Just for the Health of It!, Unit 6) by Patricia Rizzo Toner, 1993-06
  7. Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment: Strategies For Self-Improvement and Change, Pathways to Responsible Living: The Participant's Workbook by Dr. Kenneth W. (Wayne) Wanberg, Dr. Harvey B. Milkman, 2006-01-18
  8. Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment in the United States: Exemplary Models from a National Evaluation Study by Bernard Segal, Andrew R. Morral, et all 2002-12-12
  9. Substance Abuse Prevention Activities for Elementary Children by Timothy A. Gerne, 1986-04
  10. Clinical Manual of Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment by Yifrah Kaminer, 2010-08-11
  11. Chasing the High: A Firsthand Account of One Young Person's Experience with Substance Abuse (Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands' Adolescent Mental Health Initiative) by Kyle Keegan, Howard Moss, 2008-03-04
  12. Evidence-Based Practice in the Field of Substance Abuse: A Book of Readings by Katherine S. (Stuart) van Wormer, Dr. Bruce Thyer, 2009-11-02
  13. Casebook: Substance Abuse (Allyn & Bacon Casebook Series) by Jerry L. Johnson, George Grant, 2004-10-14
  14. Handbook on Drug Abuse Prevention by Robert Holman Coombs, 1995-02-13

41. Cool Nurse - Teen Health And Advice
Information for teens on sex, birth control, fitness and nutrition, substance abuse, mental health, suicide, stress management, rape and abuse, and looking good. Includes a discussion forum, hot lines for teens in crisis, and a monthly feature.
Your Sexuality and Sex Stuff Masturbation Truth Sexuality and everything you need to know about your body . More than 12 million cases of sexually transmitted diseases are reported each year in the USA, 30% are from teen agers. Get informed. Check out the Birth Control section too. Fitness, Exercise and Nutrition Male Health Concerns Exercise does so many great things for you, that you may not be aware of them all. It is a simple solution for stress weight problems and conditioning of the heart. Find a sport you enjoy, then you will stick with it. See Exercise and Nutrition for food facts! When a guy feels good physically and mentally , his self-confidence will show. Most guys know very little about their own development . Learn about your body and soul. Maintain your health, fitness and well-being. Confidence is sexy! See Today At Cool Nurse for
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42. Center For Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)
Welcome to the Center for substance abuse Prevention (CSAP) Home Page. CSAP Training System Technical Assistance to Communities Project
Welcome to the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Home Page
CSAP Training System Technical Assistance to Communities Project
1010 Wayne Avenue, Suite 850
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910
Phone: 301-459-1591 extension: 244
Fax: 301-495-2919
The Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Technical Assistance Services to Communities is a unique federally funded program designed to disseminate information, increase dialog, and promote community empowerment to combat alcohol and other drug problems. The project is one component of the CSAP Training System, which provides training and technical assistance to professionals and volunteers working to prevent alcohol, tobacco, and other drug problems in the communities and workplaces nationwide.
Technical Assistance Services to Communities Project
Types of Technical Assistance Services
On-Site Technical Assistance. The project offers consultants who provide technical assistance that is tailored to a community's particular need. Areas of consultant expertise include Program Development and Evaluation, Grantsmanship and Fundraising, Coalition Building, Financial and Strategic Planning, and Multicultural Communication.
Off-Site Technical Assistance.

43. Teen Sexuality In A Culture Of Confusion
An online documentary for adolescents coming of age into their sexual identity in America looking at factors such as love, substance abuse, poverty, family, sexual abuse, racism and religion.

To inquire about this project
in video, and printed formats,
send an email to project creator Dan Habib Dan Habib Impact Visuals

44. Working Partners For An Alcohol- And Drug-Free Workplace
Partners, Home, DrugFree Workplace, Drug-Free Workforce, substance abuse Basics, Laws and Regulations, Statistics, Special Issues. Working
U.S. Department of Labor Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy June 2, 2004 DOL Home OASP Working Partners Working Partners strives to build a drug-free workforce by equipping businesses and communities with tools and information to effectively address drug and alcohol problems. Find It! in DOL ...
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U.S. Department of Labor
Frances Perkins Building
200 Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20210 1-866-4-USA-DOL
TTY: 1-877-889-5627
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45. The Prevention Researcher Online - Volume 11, Issue 2: Positive Youth Developmen
A quarterly newsletter about AtRisk Youth. Contains abstracts and references as well as full length articles on At-Risk Youth issues such as teen violence, teen pregnancy prevention, substance abuse, dating violence and eating disorders.
Search Go! Articles Ordering Resources ... Home
Positive Youth Development
Positive Youth Development is a concept which recognizes that merely preventing problem behaviors is not all that is needed to prepare youth for the future. Or, in the often quoted words of Karen Pittman "problem free is not fully prepared." Additionally, evaluations of some positive youth development programs are showing that they can reduce problem behaviors. Volume 11(2) focuses on the topic of positive youth development and its real-world applications.
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46. SANO-Homepage-RETO
substance abuse Network of Ontario, dedicated to providing information related to addiction, substance abuse, substance abuse prevention, health promotion
NOTICE: At this time, is not being actively maintained. Please visit for current information.
Curriculum Guide for

Grades 1-12
Guide du programme-cadre 2004 90-Day Window for DHQ: Contact ACCS Ontario Drug Awareness Partnership Update
Curriculum resource . . . Talking About Mental Illness
Countering the Crisis: Ontario's Prescription for Opioid Dependence
Talk - discussion list
check it out

Methadone Maintenance

Treatment: A Community

Planning Guide

Withdrawal Management Association of Ontario Website Ontario's Plan for Addiction Treatment Services ... de la toxicomanie Drug and Alcohol Registry of Treatment in Ontario Free Safe Drinking Evaluation CAMH Library Catalogue Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline Virtual Resource for the Addiction Treatment System Project to Address the Stigma of Addiction Welcome to SANO Last updated September, 2002

47. The Michigan Mental Health Networker
Comprehensive listing of mental health organizations, substance abuse treatment organizations, psychotherapists, psychotherapy groups and selfhelp groups in Southeast Michigan

48. Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator
Find the right drug abuse treatment program or alcohol abuse treatment program with the substance abuse Treatment Facility Locator Sponsored by the Substance
Looking for drug treatment programs and alcohol abuse treatment programs? Find the right drug abuse treatment program or alcohol abuse treatment program with the
Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator
Sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) CLICK HERE
to enter the drug abuse and alcoholism Treatment Facility Locator This searchable directory of drug and alcohol treatment programs shows the location of facilities around the country that treat alcoholism, alcohol abuse and drug abuse problems. The Locator includes more than 11,000 addiction treatment programs, including residential treatment centers, outpatient treatment programs, and hospital inpatient programs for drug addiction and alcoholism. Listings include treatment programs for marijuana, cocaine, and heroin addiction, as well as drug and alcohol treatment programs for adolescents, and adults. SAMHSA endeavors to keep the Locator current. All information in the Locator is completely updated each year, based on facility responses to SAMHSA's National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services. The most recent complete update occurred in April 2004 based on data collected as of March 31, 2003 in the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services. New facilities are added monthly. Updates to facility names, addresses, and telephone numbers are made monthly, if facilities inform SAMHSA of changes. **Note: This site is best viewed using a 5.0 or higher browser. To download the latest free versions click

49. A Better Way - Coral Reef Academy Residential School For Troubled Youth
Offers a residential school helping troubled youth overcome emotional difficulties and substance abuse. Located in Samoa.
Do you have or know a teenager who is...
  • Out of control? Struggling with emotional issues? Fighting a substance abuse problem? Unable to succeed in his or her present environment?
Helping youth overcome emotional difficulties, substance abuse and other problems is a difficult job. A Better Way is a residential school that has been dedicated to improving the lives of youth for over seven years. Our philosophy and residential treatment approach has come about through many years of experience working with adolescents struggling to deal with the challenge of growing up responsibly. A Better Way has combined its time-proven approach with the perfect treatment setting of the South Pacific , resulting in a unique and highly successful

50. Facility Locator
Go to Samhsa Home About the Locator Quick Search Detailed Search List Search File Download State substance abuse Agencies FAQ Links Comments or Questions

Learn How to Use All The

Locator Search Features
To locate the drug and alcohol abuse treatment programs nearest you, find your State on the map below and click on it.
About the Locator Quick Search Detailed Search ... Accessibility

51. Substance Abuse Policy Research Program Home Page
The substance abuse Policy Research Program is a National Program supported by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation with direction and technical assistance
April 20, 2004

March 29, 2004
Targeted Rapid Response Grants Application Guidelines

January 1, 2004
National Program Office relocates to the Center for Creative Leadership Under $100,000 Letters of Intent are accepted on an ongoing basis The Substance Abuse Policy Research Program is a National Program supported by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation with direction and technical assistance provided by The Center for Creative Leadership. Click here to send questions or comments about this web page Home Program
Grantee ... Multi-Substance

52. Welcome To The 12 Step Cafe
A place of help, hope and healing for hurting people; addresses health, mental health, substance abuse recovery.
"The 12Step Cafe, a place of Help, Hope and Healing for hurting people. (no jacket required)" Visit Us Often!
Your support helps us provide aid to the newcomers who stop by daily. Get involved, email us.
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Suggestions? please feel free to drop us a line
Check out our supportive Chat Room Click here for our bulletin board / user message area.
make sure you bookmark this page now. Our hope is that you will find all the information about disease, dysfunction, and disorders and, more importantly, about the help that is available and the hope of healing through working the steps. If you are new to recovery,then your first stop should be the Menuboard of Recovery . There you can quickly learn about addiction, recovery, codependency, and how it effects us. After you've learned a little about the disease, your next step is the medicine. Click on the door to the 12 steps to learn just what the steps are and how they help folks with situations like yours.

53. American Psychiatric Association
. substance abuse and Addiction. The importance of substance abuse treatment cannot be overstated, and fortunately many effective treatments are available.

National organization for mental health and substance abuse administrators, consumers, and family leaders.
912 Galveston Ave.
Pittsburgh PA 15233
Telephone: 412-322-3969
Executive Director:
Carolyn Maue, MSW, CEAP

American College of Mental Health Administration
"From controversy to consensus..." Home Newsletter Summit Reports Board Members ... Santa Fé Summits New from ACMHA! Other Features: Other Member Benefits:
  • Search ACMHA
  • For comments on this Web Site please contact: ACMHA Webmaster American College of Mental Health Administration SANTA FE SUMMIT Regaining Relevance: Reinventing Behavioral Health Over one hundred people attended this year's Summit. Together we developed a set of action steps to guide a transformation of behavioral health services in the US. More persons with behavioral health disorders are seen outside of the specialty system than within it - many in settings whose primary mission is not the provision of health services (e.g. jails and prisons).

    55. Substance Abuse Treatment For Children And Adolescents: Questions To Ask - AACAP
    substance abuse TREATMENT FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS QUESTIONS TO ASK. No. 41, (Updated 09/00). There are a variety of substance abuse treatment programs.
    S UBSTANCE A BUSE T REATMENT FOR C HILDREN AND A DOLESCENTS: Q UESTIONS TO A SK No. 41 (Updated 09/00) Many children and adolescents use alcohol and other drugs. Some develop serious problems which require professional help to control. Such as inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, twelve step programs, and dual diagnosis units for individuals with emotional and substance abuse problems. There are a variety of substance abuse treatment programs. The decision to get treatment for a child or adolescent is difficult, and parents are encouraged to seek consultation from a child and adolescent psychiatrist when making decisions about substance abuse treatment. Other psychiatric disorders often co-exist with substance abuse problems and need assessment and treatment. When substance abuse treatment is recommended, parents can obtain the information they need by asking the following questions from professionals:
  • Why do you believe this treatment in this program is indicated for my child? How does it compare to other programs or services which are available?
  • What are the credentials and experience of the members of the treatment team, and will the team include a child and adolescent psychiatrist with knowledge and skills in substance abuse treatment?
  • 56. Child Maltreatment And Substance Abuse (Discussion Paper No.2) - National Child
    Discussion Paper Number 2 Spring 1996 By Adam M. Tomison
    Discussion Paper Number 2 Spring 1996
    Child Maltreatment and Substance Abuse
    Research Fellow
    • Introduction
    • Definitions
    • Linking Child Maltreatment and Substance Abuse
      INTRODUCTION Though interest in substance abuse and family violence have developed relatively independently, even in ancient times there were references to the 'devastating effects of substance abuse on families' (Russell 1995, p.247). The perception that substance abuse had a detrimental effect on families has strengthened over time. Gelles (1993) cites William Hogarth's early 18th century etching entitled, Gin Lane, which portrays the maltreatment that may befall children reared by alcohol-abusing parents. A century later, social workers in the United States firmly believed that alcohol was the cause of child maltreatment, an assumption which, in part, lead to the Prohibition Movement experienced by the United States in the 1920s (Gelles 1993). In the decades since, the 'demon rum' explanation for violence and abuse in the home has become one of the 'most pervasive and widely believed explanations for family violence in the professional and popular literature' (Gelles 1993, p.182). There has been some support for this contention, with research investigating homicide, assault and domestic violence all producing substantial associations between alcohol abuse and violence (Gelles 1993).

    57. Substance Abuse Among Female Prisoners In Oklahoma
    Using a volunteer sample of 547 women prisoners, this study compares female drug users and nondrug users by race.
    Substance Abuse Among Female Prisoners in Oklahoma
    Dreama G. Moon
    Garry L. Rolison
    Olayemi D. Akande
    Beverly R. Fletcher
    Using a volunteer sample of 547 women prisoners, this study compares drug users and nondrug users, White and Black drug users, and multiple drug use by race. Drug users are significantly more likely to be older, have a lengthier history of involvement with the criminal justice system, be serving time for a drug-related offense, and report more physical and emotional abuse than are nondrug users. Black drug users are significantly more likely to have used cocaine and to be currently serving time for Larceny, whereas White drug users are more likely to use a variety of drugs and to report higher levels of abuse. It is found that for Black women, abuse and lower levels of self- esteem are correlated with multiple drug use, whereas among White women, multiple drug use is correlated with history of criminal justice system involvement. Although the number of women in U.S. state prisons is small compared to that of incarcerated men, the female inmate population has grown more rapidly than that of males every year since 1981 (Bureau of Justice, March, 1991). Women currently represent approximately 5.7 percent of the total inmate population in the United States; however, they comprise 12 percent of Oklahoma's prison population. For several years, the state of Oklahoma has led the nation in per capita rates of incarceration for women and its female inmate population literally doubled over a five year period (Oklahoma Department of Corrections, 1989).

    58. Iowa Substance Abuse Information Center - ISAIC Online
    The Iowa substance abuse Information Center (ISAIC) is a service of the Cedar Rapids Public Library and the State of Iowa. This
    Iowa's 24/7 Drug and Alcohol Help Line: Toll free 1-866-242-4111 About ISAIC Privacy Statement Professional Section Jobs for Professionals ... Site Map Select a Topic Alcohol, general -Binge Drinking -FASD -COA -OWI Drugs, general -Club Drugs -Cocaine/Crack -Heroin/Opiates -Inhalants -Marijuana -Methamphetamine -Prescription Drugs -Steroids Gambling Tobacco and Smoking Health, general -HIV/AIDS -Mental Health -Suicide Violence Prevention -Domestic Violence -Gangs Select an Audience Professionals Educators Workplace Parents/Caregivers College Students Teens Youth Women Senior Citizens Disabled Individuals Gay, Lesbian, Bi and Trans African Americans Asian/Pacific Islanders Hispanic/Latino Native Americans Search Databases: ISAIC Catalog of Resources Videos, kits, curricula CR Public Library Catalog Books ISAIC Resources: Order Materials from ISAIC Pamphlets, booklets, posters Reproducible Resources Fact sheets, reports, etc. online Links to Iowa Resources Agencies, Studies, Statistics National Resources Agencies, Studies, Statistics Campaigns: Iowa Campaigns/Programs National Campaigns / Programs Contact Us ... Search the Iowa Directory of Services Find an Iowa Substance Abuse or Gambling Treatment or Prevention Service or Program Search the Directory of Iowa Group Meetings Find an Iowa Self-Help Group Meeting near you Iowa Residents e-mail ISAIC for Assistance For information and referral Search for Treatment in your State Find online Prevention Resources in your State 24/7 Iowa Drug and Alcohol Help Line 1-866-242-4111

    59. Advice, Help And Fun For Teens -
    Offers advice on subjects ranging from eating disorders to substance abuse to suicide. Sponsored by Central United Methodist Church of Asheville, NC.
    Teens - got problems, questions, or just need to gripe?
    This site is here to help teens. Our Advice pages may answer your question right away. You can also use our confidential Contact form to ask a question. Please read About Us to see where our advice and resources for teens are coming from. Live Chat will be coming soon!
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    Check out our Music page for stuff we're sure you'll like - from Rap to Rock, Bluegrass, Classical, World, and more. Our Events page lists special events, activities and clubs for teens in the Asheville - western NC area. If you know of a good event in a different area, please let us know so we can add it. Chat Devotions Music Events For Teens ... Sex l Stress Substance Abuse Suicide Web site supported by:
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    60. Substance Abuse Theme Page
    This CLN menu page provides links to Personal Planning curricular resources and instructional materials (lesson plans) in the specific topic of substance abuse.
    Substance Abuse Theme Page Below are other CLN "Theme Pages" which focus on specific topics within Substance Abuse. CLN's theme pages are collections of useful Internet educational resources within a narrow curricular topic and contain links to two types of information. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. In addition, there are links to instructional materials (lesson plans) which will help teachers provide instruction in this theme.
    Drinking and Driving Theme Page
    Quit Smoking Theme Page
    Tobacco Abuse Theme Page
    General Substance Abuse Resources Here are a number of links to other Internet resources which contain information and/or other links related to substance abuse. Please read our
    Alcohol Addiction and its Effect on the Body
    In this internet-based lesson, Grade 5-8 students conduct Internet research on alcohol addiction and its effect on the liver, discuss and report their findings (e.g., via a web page or a powerpoint presentation). (wNetStation, a public television station in New York, hosts a web site designed for K-12 teachers which contains Internet-based lessons for core curriculum topics. Video tapes from the company may be purchased but there are sufficient links to Internet resources for the unit to stand on its own. Student and teacher guides are included.)
    Alcohol and Adolescents: Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, Aftercare

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