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         Substance Abuse:     more books (106)
  1. Dual Diagnosis and Psychiatric Treatment: Substance Abuse and Comorbid Disorders (Medical Psychiatry Series)
  2. Fundamentals of Substance Abuse Practice by Jerry Johnson, 2003-03-13
  3. Adolescent Substance Abuse: Evidence-Based Approaches to Prevention and Treatment (Issues in Children's and Families' Lives)
  4. Addictions and Substance Abuse: Strategies for Advanced Practice Nursing by Madeline A. Naegle, Carolyn Erickson D'Avanzo, 2000-09-08
  5. Motivating Substance Abusers to Enter Treatment: Working with Family Members by Jane Ellen Smith, Robert J. Meyers, 2007-11-20
  6. Counseling and Therapy With Clients Who Abuse Alcohol or Other Drugs: An Integrative Approach (Counseling and Psychotherapy) by Cynthia E. Glidden-Tracey, 2005-03-30
  7. Transgenerational Addiction (Drug Abuse Prevention Library) by Jeff Biggers, 1999-04
  8. Celebrating Small Victories: A Counselor's Manual for Treating Chronic Mental Illness and Substance Abuse by Kenneth A. Montrose, Dennis Daley, 1995-08-17
  9. Substance Abuse in Canada (Issues in Canada) by Marilyn Herie, Wayne Skinner, 2010-02-01
  10. Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment - The Provider's Guide: Strategies for Self-Improvement and Change; Pathways to Responsible Living by Dr. Kenneth W. (Wayne) Wanberg, Dr. Harvey B. Milkman, 2007-11-14
  11. Illegal Drugs: A Complete Guide to their History, Chemistry, Use, and Abuse by Paul Gahlinger, 2003-12-30
  12. Substance Use and Abuse: Cultural and Historical Perspectives by Russil Durrant, Jo Thakker, 2003-04-07
  13. The Chemical Dependence Treatment Documentation Sourcebook: A Comprehensive Collection of Program Management Tools, Clinical Documentation, and Psychoeducational Materials for Substance Abuse Treatment Professionals by James R. Finley, Brenda S. Lenz, 1998-11-16
  14. Treatment of Abuse and Addiction: A Holistic Approach by Arthur P. Ciaramicoli, 1997-10-01

61. Commission On Mental Health And Substance Abuse - State Of Florida
The Commission is charged with evaluating the management of Florida's publicly supported mental health and substance abuse systems and services and making recommendations to the Governor and Legislature.
Executive Director
Nancy N. Bell, Ph.D.
David L. Shern, Ph.D.
Vice Chair
Laura M. Schuck
Terry H. Allen
Senator Charlie W. Clary
Judge Jeri B. Cohen
John L. Haines, Ed.D.
Patricia Holmes, MS, LMHC Rodney Kang, M.D. Daniel B. Lestage, M.D. David S. McCampbell, LMHC Mary J. McKinnon Sheriff Charlie W. Morris Rep. Sandra Murman Sallie Parks Raymond Pomm, M.D. Bob Sharpe Jeremiah Singleton, MA, CAP Risdon N. Slate, Ph.D. Phyllis Sloyer, MPA Michael B. Spellman, Ph.D. Dianne M. Steele, D.V.M. Bob Williams Irvin J. Williams, Ph.D., CAP 13301 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Tampa, Fl 33612-3807 Phone: (813) 974-5085 or Fax: (813) 974-4699 News Release Commission Final Reports Updated November 2000

62. ODMHSAS Home Page
Generally, the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and substance abuse Services (ODMHSAS) may not say to any person outside the ODMHSAS that you receive
Click here for a Copy of the New Yellow Pages

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To Promote Healthy Communities and Provide the Highest Quality Care to Enhance the Well-being of all Oklahomans
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1200 N.E. 13th Street P.O. Box 53277 Oklahoma City, OK 73152 Notice of Privacy Practices
Information about your health care, including payment, is protected by State and Federal Law. Generally, the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) may not say to any person outside the ODMHSAS that you receive services from us without your consent. This notice describes how medical, mental health, alcohol and other drug related information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information. Please review the notice of privacy practices carefully.

63. Rural Women And Substance Abuse
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64. Maine Office Of Substance Abuse
Maine Office of substance abuse, Welcome to the Office of substance abuse. Along with the changes of spring come changes in the Office of substance abuse.
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Welcome to the Office of Substance Abuse
Along with the changes of spring come changes in the Office of Substance Abuse. On the OSA website, you will find several changes, including new components such as a comprehensive Prevention Calendar and a section regarding Substance Abuse in the Workplace. The Maine Prevention Calendar lists prevention and health promotion-related events that are statewide or regional in scope. The calendar is intended to promote resource sharing for professional development and to assist all participating programs with scheduling their prevention-related events. Examples of events include trainings, lectures, conferences and meetings. Events sponsored by a wide variety of nonprofit organizations are also listed. These include skill trainings, such as grant writing, and a variety of organizational development topics. It is organized by date and by topic and contains an easy-to-use summary feature to allow a quick search of dates. Substance Abuse and the Workplace Our newest document is the OSA 2003 Annual Report Please email us at

65. ADHD Drugs Do Not Increase Risk For Later Substance Abuse
A Medical College study found that stimulant medications used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children do not lead to substance abuse later in their lives.
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ADHD Drugs Do Not Increase Risk for Later Substance Abuse
Stimulant medications used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children do not lead to substance abuse later in their lives, according to a Medical College of Wisconsin study released in 2003 and published in the journal Pediatrics The research findings are among the most recent in a growing body of evidence, supported by results from ten previous studies elsewhere, indicating that ADHD drugs do not "sensitize" children to drug use in general. "We found that maintenance on stimulant medication in childhood does not increase the risk for substance abuse in adolescence and young adulthood in individuals who have ADHD," said Mariellen Fischer, PhD

66. Youth Substance Abuse Service
About YSAS. Our Services. Education Training. Links. Employment. Publications. Intranet. YSAS Line, Privacy Disclaimer,

67. APA Division Of Psychopharmacology And Substance Abuse
The APA's page dedicated to drugs, medication and substance abuse. An online newsletter, public policy advisories, action alerts, web resources.
Division of Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse
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68. NAPAFASA Home Page
Here you will find information and resources on substance abuse issues in the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities, NAPAFASA Projects, and how to
Welcome to NAPAFASA!
Thank you for visiting the NAPAFASA Web site! Here you will find information and resources on substance abuse issues in the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities, NAPAFASA Projects, and how to get involved with NAPAFASA!
For the most current Conference information, visit our Conference Page.
Need Help?
Are you or your organization located in California? Do you need help increasing your capacity in addressing substance abuse issues in your community? Please visit our API Technical Assistance Project Page for help!
Information Central
If you would like facts about alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs use in the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, please visit our Fact Sheets Page.
Join Us!
Become a MEMBER of NAPAFASA and get involved with issues of substance abuse in the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities. Visit our Membership Page. Updated on April 22, 2004

69. Mental Health & Substance Abuse
substance abuse Mental Health. Eliminating Provider Search Locate a substance abuse or Mental Health Provider in your area. Reports
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Eliminating Barriers Initiative

Description of a pilot anti-stigma, anti-discrimination campaign launched by SAMHSA, Florida's involvement, and related links.
About Children's Mental Health

Florida’s public-funded children’s mental health system serves eligible children with serious emotional disturbance, children with emotional disturbance, and children at risk of emotional disturbance, within the amount of funds appropriated for these services.
Juvenile Incompetent To Proceed Program

About Adult Mental Health

The Mental Health Program Office is committed to focusing its resources to meet the needs of people who cannot otherwise access mental health care.
Adult Forensic Mental Health System

Find the forensic system description, philosophy and purpose, contact information, model court orders, approved community evaluator information, the online edition of the Directory of Mental Health Services in Florida County Jails, and more.
FloridaSDC Program
FloridaSDC is a proposed system of purchasing behavioral healthcare services by chronically mentally ill clients who depend on state mental health funding and/or Medicaid to access such services.

70. Crossroads Centre Inc.
Drug and alcohol recovery home for men and women in the early stages of substance abuse disorder. Includes information about admission, programs, focus groups, and agency history.

The mission of the substance abuse Policy Research Program (SAPRP) is to fund substance abuse policy research that can help reduce the harm caused by the use
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The mission of the Substance Abuse Policy Research Program (SAPRP) is to fund substance abuse policy research that can help reduce the harm caused by the use of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs in the United States. More info...
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72. MedlinePlus: Drug Abuse
Resource that provides links to a wide range of substance abuse resources, provided by the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
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73. Home Page Of The Division Of Alcohol And Substance Abuse - DSHS
The Division of Alcohol and substance abuse is the state agency that coordinates efforts to help individuals and communities with problems related to the abuse
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Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse
The Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse promotes strategies that support healthy lifestyles by preventing the misuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, and support recovery from the disease of chemical dependency.
How to access services
Many potential clients are referred by employers or social, judicial, and health systems. Persons interested in finding out about services in their community can look under "Washington State Alcohol/Drug" in the Blue Pages of the telephone directory. You can also call the Alcohol and Drug 24-Hour Help Line at 206-722-3700 (from Seattle or out of Washington State) or toll free at 1-800-562-1240 (from within Washington State) for crisis counseling or referral services. Persons interested in information on substance abuse may call the Washington State Alcohol/Drug Clearinghouse at 206-725-9696 (from Seattle or out of Washington State) or toll free at 1-800-662-9111 (from within Washington State).

74. Issues In Focus: Substance Abuse
Discusses the stance the US Government has taken on substance abuse. Site offers statistics and links to articles.
Substance Abuse
Last Updated July 3, 2001
The United States has tried to attack the problem of drug abuse head on in recent years. The 1997 Drug-Free Communities Act which helps build and strengthen 14,000 anti-drug coalitions, unites civic groups to form a Civic Alliance, and mobilizes communities has had a positive impact. Aggressive law enforcement has also contributed to ridding streets and neighborhoods of drugs. Finally, enhanced international cooperation has somewhat diverted the flow of illegal narcotics into the United States. Results of the War on Drugs have been mixed. Although casual drug use is lower than in recent decades, the number of hard-core drug users has remained relatively constant. According to the 2001 Annual Report of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, an estimated 14.8 million Americans, or 6.7 percent of the population twelve and older, were current illicit drug This number represents 6.7 percent of the population twelve and older. This figure declined significantly between 1979 and 1992, from 23 million to twelve million. Since 1992 the number of current users has gradually increased. An estimated 3.6 million people met diagnostic criteria for dependence on illegal drugs in 1999, including 800,000 youths between the ages of twelve and seventeen. Alcohol and tobacco use is also prevalent among youth, despite being unlawful. Fifty percent of high school seniors use alcohol, and thirty percent use tobacco. Teenagers who use alcohol or tobacco are more likely to use other drugs.

75. Signs And Symptoms Of Substance Abuse
Signs and Symptoms. Behavior characteristics associated with substance abuse. Abrupt changes in work or school attendance, quality
Signs and Symptoms
Behavior characteristics associated with substance abuse
  • Abrupt changes in work or school attendance, quality of work, work output, grades, discipline. Unusual flare-ups or outbreaks of temper. Withdrawal from responsibility. General changes in overall attitude. Deterioration of physical appearance and grooming. Wearing of sunglasses at inappropriate times. Continual wearing of long-sleeved garments particularly in hot weather or reluctance to wear short sleeved attire when appropriate. Association with known substance abusers. Unusual borrowing of money from friends, co-workers or parents. Stealing small items from employer, home or school. Secretive behavior regarding actions and possessions; poorly concealed attempts to avoid attention and suspicion such as frequent trips to storage rooms, restroom, basement, etc.
Drug Schedules Signs, Characteristics and Information
on use of Specific Substances ALCOHOL Beer, Wine, Whiskey, Vodka, Gin, Scotch MARIJUANA Marijuana, Hashish, Hash Oil STIMULANTS Crack, Powdered Cocaine, Methamphetamine

76. Living Solutions Bookshop : Australia's Largest Range Of Self-Help Material
Seller of books on self help including topics of alcoholism, substance abuse, eating disorders, and gambling issues.
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77. Substance Abuse
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO Student Counseling AND RESOURCE SERVICE. substance abuse. Any person can develop problems of substance abuse or dependence.
Student Counseling
Substance Abuse
Here at the University of Chicago, you face many opportunities for growth and change. With opportunities come choices. Among these are decisions regarding the role that alcohol and other drugs will have in your experience here. Many people have actually used alcohol or other drugs prior to coming to the University. All people begin to form expectations about the effects of these substances long before they ever consider using them. Entering the University community, however, often leads to new opportunities, incentives, and even pressures to use or abuse alcohol or other drugs. Whether you are over or under 21, the legal drinking age, you will be faced with decisions regarding the use of alcohol and other drugs. When encountering opportunities at parties, on dates, or in your dorm or apartment to use or abuse alcohol or other drugs, it is important to remember that you have choices. Prepare yourself to make informed decisions. The consequences of alcohol or other drug use can be devastating. The choices you make can affect your academic performance, increase your chance of contracting a sexually transmitted disease or developing other acute or chronic physical problems, expose you to legal repercussions, or jeopardize your enrollment at the University (which prohibits the unlawful manufacture, possession, use, distribution, sale, or purchase of alcohol or illicit drugs). Any person can develop problems of substance abuse or dependence. Some factors, however, can place certain individuals at increased risk for these problems. Such factors include having a close relative, such as a parent or sibling, who has a problem with drugs or alcohol. Being closely involved with someone, such as a family member, spouse, or friend, who displays alcoholic or addictive behavior can also lead to emotional conflicts and subsequent problems in managing relationships and getting along with others.

78. Welcome To Providence Service Corporation
Serves families in six states with residential treatment, inhome services, therapeutic schools, and other services for children and adolescents with emotional disturbances, substance abuse, and sexual abuse.
CAMELOT, incorporated in 1972, is now a part of
Providence Service Corporation, a nationwide
private company formed in order to respond to
the increasing initiatives of government entities
privatizing human services. Providence was quickly
labeled the "Human Services Company without Walls"
due to the fact that the company does not own or
operate any type of institution. We specialize
in providing direct services and case management to
children, adolescents and young adults supervised by
government subsidized programs Please click below to go to the Providence Service Corporation website.

CENTER ON ALCOHOLISM, substance abuse, AND ADDICTIONS 2650 Yale SE Albuquerque, NM 87106 Interim Director Philip A. May, Ph.D. Clinical Research Branch Phone

80. Home Page
Offer advice and counselling on alcohol and other drug misuse as well as a wide range of other services. FAQ and information on the substance abuse Subtle Screening Inventory.
apas is an independent provider of all kinds of services designed to reduce the harm alcohol causes to individuals, families and the communities they live in. 36 Park Row, Nottingham NG1 6GR Tel: Lo-call 08457 626 316 or 0115 941 4747 Minicom service available General enquiries: 0115 948 5570 Fax: 0115 948 5571 Email Registered Charity Number 1070109

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