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         Substance Abuse:     more books (106)
  1. Substance Abuse and Emotion
  2. Substance Abuse :: Information for School Counselors, Social Workers, Therapists, &_Counselors 3RD EDITION by Gsry Fisher snd Thoms CHsrison, 2005
  3. 100 Interactive Activities for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Recovery by Carol A. Butler, 2001-09-01
  4. Family Therapy Approaches with Adolescent Substance Abusers by Thomas C. Todd, Matthew D. Selekman, 1991-11-11
  5. Solutions Step by Step: A Substance Abuse Treatment Manual by Insoo Kim Berg, Norman H. Reuss, 1997-11-17
  6. Global Criteria: The 12 Core Functions of the Substance Abuse Counselor, 5th Edition by John W Herdman, 2008
  7. Encyclopedia of Substance Abuse Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery
  8. The Wise Owl Guide To... Dantes Subject Standardized Test (DSST) Substance Abuse (Formerly Drug and Alcohol Abuse) Second Edition by Wise Owl Publications LLC, 2009-12-10
  9. Therapist's Guide to Substance Abuse Intervention by Sharon L. Johnson, 2003-03-31
  10. Anger Management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients, Participant Workbook by Patrick M Reilly, Michael S Shopshire, et all 2007
  11. High Society: How Substance Abuse Ravages America and What to Do About It by Joseph A. Califano Jr., 2007-04-30
  12. Impact of Substance Abuse on Children And Families: Research And Practice Implications (Haworth Social Work Practice)
  13. The Group Therapy of Substance Abuse (Haworth Therapy for the Addictive Disorders) by David W Brook, Henry I Spitz, 2002-10-08
  14. Adolescents, Alcohol, and Substance Abuse: Reaching Teens through Brief Interventions

81. Substance Abuse, Alcohol & Drug Abuse - Biblical Guidance - Life Answers, Online
ALCOHOL substance abuse. One thing is clear There s no disagreement over the effect of substance abuse on the user and his or her family and friends.
Choose topic: Aging Alcohol Abuse Anger Divorce Doubt Family time Fear Forgiveness Friendship *Grief* *Guilt* *Hypocrisy* *Kindness* Loneliness Money Parenting Prayer *Rejection* Self-Esteem *Selfishness* Sex Singleness Stress *Suffering* Temptation Truth Weariness Scriptures *new
I t's an ongoing debate. Some call alcoholism a disease triggered by genetic disposition. Others brand it a character defect or a moral failing - in other words, a sin. One thing is clear: There's no disagreement over the effect of substance abuse on the user and his or her family and friends. It is devastating. Some sincere Christians preach temperance or abstinence when it comes to alcohol. Others practice moderation responsibly. Yet some - too many - are snared in addiction, steadily destroying their bodies, their relationships, their careers. And, tragically, some alcoholics drown a once-vital connection to Jesus and His Church in the false god of a momentary high. I've seen strong men and noble women whose lives unravalled, whose marriages crumbled, whose faith could not hold them up under the frightful weight of their need to numb their senses and drown their despair or insecurity in drink or drugs. Hope I've also seen the miracle of restoration and rebirth that can occur when an alcoholic or drug abuser acknowledges his or her condition and turns to others for help. Millions of those triumphant stories are told each week at Alcoholics Anonymous or other substance abuse meetings. Though not always overtly Christian, many such meetings close with a recitation of the Lord's Prayer or the Serenity Prayer.

82. Academy For Troubled Teens, Summmer Camps For Struggling Teenagers, Substance Ab
Outdoor therapy program for adolescents and troubled teens, ages 1317 with behavioral problems, substance abuse problems, depression and defiance.
Aspen Achievement Academy
FAX 435-836-2477 W e are a fully-accredited, professionally supervised outdoor therapy program for adolescents, ages 13-17. Aspen specializes in working with adolescents who exhibit any of the following behaviors.
  • Low self-esteem Lack of motivation Trouble with teachers Poor grades Depression Confrontational behavior Substance abuse Defiance toward authority Manipulative behavior Entitlement
S pecial note: Due to their developmental level, 13 year old boys are accepted on a case by case basis. Please contact us for more information
"Through the medicine of wilderness and relationships we discover the fire within"
Aspen Achievement Academy has earned the Joint Commission's What people say about us: AAA has been chosen as one of the top treatment programs for adolescents by Drug Strategies "An enlightened approach and an exemplary reputation..."
Los Angeles Times Magazine " of the nation's most reputable programs..."

83. Substance Abuse Resources And Disability Issues
The substance abuse Resources Disability Issues (SARDI) mission is to conduct research, provide collaborative consultation, and conduct training on the
SARDI SARDI Home Personal Stories Links What's New ... CAM
The C onsumer A dvocacy M odel Program BB/SS
The B rothers T o B rothers/ S isters T o S isters C oalition PALS
revention Works, A ll of us Together, L earning to Care, S pecial Modifications MSEP
inority S tudents E nhancement P rogram Products and Publications
Link to selected publications and training manuals produced by SARDI.
SARDI is committed to improving the quality of life for persons with disabilities, including those affected by substance abuse. We accomplish this through innovative, collaborative, participatory research, evaluation, training and intervention in our educational, employment, prevention and model treatment programs.
The following are four of the major components of SARDI: Consumer Advocacy Model
PALS Project

The Minority Student Enhancement Program (MSEP) was created with the purpose of providing minority students and faculty from local Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) with training and experience in disability issues, rehabilitation, and substance abuse research. This program provides extensive research, writing, and clinical exposure to promising students who may subsequently become involved in rehabilitation research or service. A total of four HBCU's have cooperated with this program to date, and a comprehensive manual exists for replicating the program.

84. Welcome To Palmetto
Facility provides residential and outpatient therapy for treatment of alcoholism, drug addiction, substance abuse, chemical dependence, gambling addiction and sexual addiction.

85. Faith-Based And Community Initiatives: Grant Catalog - Substance Abuse
Home Government. substance abuse.
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  • Drug-Free Communities Support Program Substance Abuse and Mental Health Programs of Regional and National Significance FORMULA GRANT PROGRAMS Drug-Free Communities Support Program
    Department of Justice
    This program, established by the Drug-Free Communities Act of 1997, awards grants to community coalitions for amounts up to $100,000 through a competitive process. The focus of the program is on community coalitions that have been in existence for a minimum of 6 months, coalitions that have 5-year strategic plans aimed at reducing substance abuse among youth, and over time, among adults, and coalitions that have provided an equal match for the awarded funds. These coalitions are to collaborate with entities in the community including government agencies to coordinate and strengthen efforts to reduce substance abuse. The program aims to disseminate timely state-of-the-art information on practices and initiatives that have proven effective in reducing substance abuse. Approximately $60,000,000 is appropriated for FY 2003, and the President requested $70,000,000, for the program for FY 2004.

86. Welcome To The Village
Operating statewide and in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Offers a variety of services including a substance abuse residential treatment program individually for men, women, children and families as a whole.
"Partners in Recovery" Admissions Awards Contact Us Events Facilities Forums Links Services S. FL Reg. Prevention Ctr Virgin Islands :::::MEDIA LINKS::::: An interesting article:
Substance Abuse Prevention Programs Reduce Rates of Substance Use

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he Village mission is to improve the health and well being of individuals, families and their communities impacted by substance abuse, mental disorder and other related social problems. We will accomplish this mission by providing a continuously improving continuum of care that is cost effective and culturally competent. This includes prevention, intervention, treatment, education, research and evaluation.
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87. Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Providers Of NYS
Membership includes programs and agencies throughout New York State which provide alcoholism and substance abuse prevention, treatment, research and evaluation
2003 IPR Report Available. Click here to see the report or to sign up for the 2004 IPR. Information Home About ASAP Membership Meeting Schedule Upcoming Events ...
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Prevention, Treatment and Research Working Together in New York State
Our Mission
The Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers of New York State is committed to working together to support organizations, groups, and individuals that prevent and alleviate the profound personal, social and economic consequences of alcoholism and substance abuse in New York State. ASAP is a not-for-profit membership association which seeks to improve the quality of life in New York State by advocating for and promoting the highest quality treatment, prevention, research and training. Our membership includes coalitions, programs and agencies throughout New York State which provide alcoholism and substance abuse prevention, treatment, research and evaluation and concerned individuals and corporations who wish to support our mission. ASAP is a vehicle for coordination, shared vision and collaboration. ASAP provides a strong unified voice while representing the entire continuum of service providers as well as organizations and individuals who are committed to working to enhance the visibility and image of the entire field.

88. "The Mendez Foundation - The Innovator In Drug And Violence Prevention Education
A substance abuse and violence prevention organization, focuses on alcohol, tobacco and drug prevention education among children and teenagers.


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89. WHO: Substance Abuse
Location WHO Health topics substance abuse. substance abuse. This page provides links to descriptions of activities, reports, news
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Location: WHO Health topics Substance abuse
Substance abuse
This page provides links to descriptions of activities, reports, news and events, as well as contacts and cooperating partners in the various WHO programmes and offices working on this topic. Also shown are links to related web sites and topics. MeSH scope note: Disorders related to substance abuse, the side effects of a medication, toxin exposure, and ALCOHOL-RELATED DISORDERS. RELATED SITES Substance dependence
Community mental health and substance dependence (South-East Asia Region)

Alcohol and drugs (European Region)

Observatory on health care for chronic conditions

RELATED LINKS Control and use of psychotropics and narcotics
Narcotics and psychotropics

HIV/AIDS 3 by 5 Initiative WHO's drive to provide HIV/AIDS treatment to three million people by the end of 2005. 3 by 5 Initiative DISEASE OUTBREAKS Salmonella Enteritidis United States of America Full text Cholera Niger Full text Disease outbreak news Avian influenza Latest information Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) Latest information EMERGENCIES Sudan humanitarian crisis Latest information Iraq Latest information Health action in crises TOBACCO The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control List of signatories GENERAL WHO INFORMATION Media centre Press releases, statements, fact sheets, photographs and audio and video links.

90. Mental Health, Mentl Health Disorders, Drug Alcohol Related Disorders
Mental health information related to alcohol and drug abuse, arranged by drug type.
Located in a beautiful, tranquil setting on the sunny Gulf of Mexico and on the west coast of California, Spencer Recovery Centers offers more than just a drug and/or alcohol detox program. Mental health problems are addressed and treated, with group or individual counseling sessions, or combined with medication if it is necessary. Spencer Recovery Centers tailors each and every program to the unique treatment needs of the individual. Conditions of Use
DRUG INFO LINKS: marijuana
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91. WHO: Management Of Substance Abuse
Management of substance abuse, Location WHO WHO sites substance abuse home. Management of substance abuse. This website contains
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Management of substance abuse Location: WHO WHO sites Substance abuse home
Management of substance abuse
This website contains information pertaining to psychoactive substance use and abuse, and also information about the World Health Organization's projects and activities in the areas of substance use and substance dependence. WHO is the only agency dealing with all psychoactive substances, regardless of their legal status. WHO’s mandate in the area of psychoactive substance use includes:
  • Prevention and reduction of the negative health and social consequences of psychoactive substance use; Reduction of the demand for non-medical use of psychoactive substances; Assessment of psychoactive substances so as to advise the United Nations with regard to their regulatory control.
Since its founding in 1948, WHO has played a leading role in supporting countries to prevent and reduce the problems due to psychoactive substance use, and in recommending which psychoactive substances should be regulated. In 2000, the Department of Substance Abuse was merged with the Department of Mental Health to form the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, reflecting the many common approaches of management of mental health and substance use disorders.
The Management of Substance Abuse Team (MSB) is one of four teams under the working umbrella of the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse and the cluster of Noncommunicable Diseases and Mental Health. The Management of Substance Abuse Team is concerned with the management of problems related to the use of all psychoactive substances. It emphasizes the development, testing and evaluation of cost-effective interventions for substance use disorders as well as the generation, compilation and dissemination of scientific information on substance use and dependence, their health and social consequences. It supports countries in advocacy and capacity building for the prevention and management of substance use disorders in all vulnerable groups . It seeks an integrated approach to all substance use problems within the health care system, in particular primary care.

92. Training For Counselors Working With Adolescents & Drugs
Training for counselors working with adolescents with drug use issues. Effective outpatient treatment for adolescents experiencing substance abuse and addiction from assessment to discharge. Workshops in California.
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17th Annual Training Effective Outpatient Treatment for Adolescents Experiencing Substance Abuse and Addiction: From Assessment to Discharge 8:30 am - 3:30 PM Marriott Hotel 11211
Point East Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA
Cost: $350.00*
Two day seminar includes a comprehensive training manual, complete with the program materials
Effective Outpatient Treatment for Adolescents
Authored by David Gust and Ted Smith CAADAC Credits: 12 AD hours available. CADCEP approved provider #5-93-062-0601
*No refunds after February 19th,2004. Unless previously notified of cancellation.

93. SAPAA - The Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association
The SAP Qualification webbased Exam meets all DOT requirements for determining your level of specific knowledge in the substance abuse Professional field.
2004 SAPAA Annual Conference

September 28 - October 1, 2004 Ramada Inn Airport and Thunderbird Convention Center Directly across from the Mall of America
Minneapolis, Minnesota


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EmergYtest, a post accident/emergency testing program, is available to assist companies in fulfilling their drug testing requirements. EmergYtest is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by simply calling an 800 #. LIFETIME MEMBERS
Click here to view the list of Lifetime Members.

NEWS HEADLINES... SAP Qualification Training and EXAM The SAP Qualification web-based Exam meets all DOT requirements for determining your level of specific knowledge in the Substance Abuse Professional field. HIPAA Privacy Guide... Train Your Collectors Now... SAPAA's newly revised on-line training course provides collectors with a resource to complete the Qualification Training Requirements Click here for more information. HHS Proposed Revisions The Department of Health and Human Services is proposing to establish scientific and technical guidelines for the testing of hair, sweat, and oral fluid specimens in addition to urine specimens; scientific and technical guidelines for using on-site tests to test urine and oral fluid at the collection site; requirements for the certification of instrumented initial test facilities; and added standards for collectors, on-site testers, and medical review officers.

94. ThinkQuest : Library : Nutrition On The Web
A collection of health related facts every teenager should be familiar with pertaining to social concerns, nutrition, substance abuse, sexual and emotional health.

95. Substance Abuse And Mood Disorders
substance abuse and Mood Disorders. (DualDiagnosis). The connection between Bipolar Disorder and substance abuse. Bipolar Disorder and alcoholism.

96. :: Welcome To The UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Program ::
The UCLA Integrated substance abuse Programs are one of the three largest substance abuse research groups in the USA. Free Hit Counter pop up description layer.
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Fieldwork Manual of Tracking Procedures Click above for information about upcoming CATES conferences and for PowerPoint presentations from our first conference on methamphetamine. Click above for information on the
Nov. 11-14 Western Conference on Addictions. ISAP Research Updates Here is some of the research going on at ISAP:

97. Youth First
An Indianabased organization that offers resources and programs to help youth, parents, educators, and businesses eliminate substance abuse.

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98. Bureau Of Justice Statistics Substance Abuse And Treatment Of State And Federal
of Inmates in Adult State and Federal Correctional Facilities concerning prisoners use of alcohol and illegal drugs and the substance abuse treatment they
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Substance Abuse and Treatment of State and Federal Prisoners, 1997
Presents data from the 1997 Survey of Inmates in Adult State and Federal Correctional Facilities concerning prisoners' use of alcohol and illegal drugs and the substance abuse treatment they received. Numeric tables present data on prior alcohol and drug abuse by type of drug, type of offense, severity of prior substance abuse, and other offender characteristics. Tables include trends in the levels of substance abuse and treatment reported by prisoners since the last national survey was conducted in 1991. Data on the incidence of various alcohol/drug-related behaviors, such as domestic disputes and driving under the influence, are also included along with numeric tables on the prevalence of alcohol dependence, as well as the types of treatment and other substance abuse programs in prisons. 1/99 NCJ 172871 Press release Acrobat file ASCII file
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99. Oakland Psychological Clinic, P.C.
Offers friendly and confidential outpatient mental health and substance abuse counseling. Eight clinics in southeastern Michigan.
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100. Sorenson's Ranch School - Troubled Teen Residential Treatment And Troubled Teen
Offers a program for troubled youth suffering from substance abuse, low selfesteem, learning differences, running away, school expulsion and mental stress. Located in Utah.
Sorry, your browser doesn't support Java(tm). We at Sorenson's Ranch School believe that all of our students have the potential to achieve success if given the right opportunity. We do not have quarters or semesters and students may enroll at any time. Our program consists of a strong behavioral component coupled with a multi-disciplinary and multi-theoretical element. Using a strict point-and-level system your child moves toward re-integration into home, school, or a less restrictive placement. More Information... Access to your child's daily report is just a few clicks away with our Parent Services Section. Get daily updates on your student 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

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