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         Substance Abuse:     more books (106)
  1. Substance Abuse: A Comprehensive Textbook (Spiral Manual)
  2. Family Solutions for Substance Abuse: Clinical and Counseling Approaches (Haworth Marriage and the Family) by Eric E. Mccollum, Terry S Trepper, 2001-04-04
  3. ENHANCING MOTIVATION FOR CHANGE IN SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series 35, DHHS Publication No. (SMA) 07-4212
  4. Provider's Handbook for Assessing Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Clients: Progress and Change Evaluation (PACE) Monitor; A Supplement to Criminal ... and Change; Pathways to Responsible Living by Dr. Kenneth W. (Wayne) Wanberg, Dr. Harvey B. Milkman, 2009-11-12
  5. Trauma Services for Women in Substance Abuse Treatment: An Integrated Approach by Denise Hien, Lisa Caren Litt, et all 2008-12-15
  6. The Rehabilitation Model of Substance Abuse Counseling by John J. Benshoff, Timothy P. Janikowski, 1999-12-01
  7. Clinician's Guide to Substance Abuse (Hazelden Chronic Illness) by David E. Smith, Richard B. Seymour, 2001-03-12
  8. DSST Substance Abuse DANTES Study Guide by Ace The CLEP, 2010
  9. Health Promotion and Substance Abuse Prevention Among American Indian and Alaska Native Communities: Issues in Cultural Competence (Csap Cultural Competence)
  10. The Wise Owl Guide To... Dantes Subject Standardized Test Substance Abuse (Formerly Drug and Alcohol by Nicole Kirros Anderson, 2009-08-22
  11. Global Criteria: The 12 Core Functions of the Substance Abuse Counselor by John W. Herdman, 2005-01
  12. Substance Use and Abuse: Exploring Alcohol and Drug Issues by Sylvia L. Mignon, Peter L. Myers, et all 2009-04-30

101. Substance Abuse Education
Questions on the prevention or treatment of drug or alcohol abuse can be sent to Dean Blackburn, Coordinator of Substance Programs, UNC Student Health Services
Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Effects of Abuse Problem Signs The CAGE Questionnaire Students, Alcohol, and Drugs ...
Getting Help
Questions on the prevention or treatment of drug or alcohol abuse can be sent to Dean Blackburn , Coordinator of Substance Programs, UNC Student Health Services. This web site is presented by the Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies to educate people, particularly students, about alcohol and drug abuse, how to avoid it, and how to get help for it.
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102. Salon News | The War On Drugs
Prisons, profiling and propaganda Salon's coverage of the U.S. government crackdown on illegalsubstance abuse and the drug trade.

103. 12-Step Program For Emotional Problems, Depression, Anxiety
A 12Step Program for people who suffer from emotional and mental problems not related to substance abuse.
Directory of Meetings and Information on Weekly Telemeetings The Big Book of AA and Other Program Links Our phone, email and mailing address. Public Relations and information requests. The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Do you suffer from emotional problems not related to substance abuse? We are a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope... Members share their stories of what it was like, what happened and what it's like now... Who We Are Is EHA For You? How EHA Works Our Stories ... Connections
Join us for our
weekly telemeeting held 6pm PST each Sunday. details. Emotional Health Anonymous We are a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may recover from their emotional illness and help others who still suffer to find a new way of life. We are not professionals. The only requirement for membership is an honest desire to recover from emotional and mental illness not related to substance abuse. We are not allied with any particular faith, sect or denomination, nor do we wish to oppose anyone. We simply wish to be helpful to those who are afflicted. Is EHA For You How EHA Works Meetings
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104. Medical Library: Preventing Substance Abuse
Preventing substance abuse. The use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs is one of the biggest problems facing young people today.

105. National Latino Behavioral Health Association - Latino Behavioral Health Service
Association seeking relief for the substance abuse and mental health needs of the United States Latino population. News, events, current issues, how to join.
The mission of the National Latino Behavioral Health Association (NLBHA) is to provide national leadership for the advancement of Latino behavioral health services.
Una nueva organización lucha por las necesidades de salud mental y abuso de sustancias de la comunidad Latino IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS Cultural Competence Guidelines in Managed Care Mental Health Services for Latino Populations Competence Standards in Managed Mental Health Care Services: Four Underserved/Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Groups

then click on Special Populations Surgeon General's Reports Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General (DHHS, 1999) Mental Health: Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (DHHS, 2001) A supplement to Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General

106. Medical Library
OC Case Studies. HOME SITE MAP CONTACT US SEARCH MEDICAL LIBRARY, GO. SEARCH TIPS. › Home » Medical Library Medical Library substance abuse and Addictions

107. Correctional Service Of Canada - News And Events
Research reports on offenders, substance abuse, and federally sentenced women and men.
Features and Events Second-hand smoke in correctional facilities Timeframe for consultations extended Report on the needs of Families of Offenders 2004 National Summer Institute on Addictions, July 12-15, 2004, Montague, Prince Edward Island Inmate Voting ... International Transfers for Canadians Sentenced Abroad Highlights Travel and Hospitality Expense Reports
What's New Volunteering in the Correctional Service of Canada Reference Handbook Statement Police and Corrections Officials Share Important Information Citizens’ Advisory Committees’ Annual Report April 1,2002 - March 31,2003 ... Citizens' Advisory Committee Working Together Pamphlet
Last Updated: 2004.06.02
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108. North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board
This is the official site of the The North Carolina substance abuse Professional Certification Board, Inc.
The North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board, Inc. The Board became a duly chartered corporation in August 1984, and was granted statutory status by N.C.G.S. 90-113.30 of 1994, - in order -
  • To establish standards for professional practice in the alcoholism and addiction service delivery systems,
  • To provide a means by which individuals certified under these standards may be recognized and identified as possessing the necessary competencies as professionals in the field of alcoholism and addictions counseling,
  • To establish a means by which alcoholism and addiction professionals may demonstrate their integrity and credibility to the general public and to other health care professionals,
    - and -
  • On August 28, 1997, the North Carolina House of Representatives passed Senate Bill # 712, the "Certified Clinical Addictions Specialist Bill" which added to the 1994 statute, and specifically established... The North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board as the credentialing body in the state for all substance abuse professionals.

109. Advice For All Ages
Provides advice on a large variety of subjects including sex, sexuality, substance abuse, love, relationships, friendships, divorce, depression, and/or family problems.
We are looking for volunteers...
Click here for details This is the official AFAA Advice Form. Here is how it works...
Just fill out the simple form below telling us about your problem/situation. It will automatically send your problem to our Advice Department where our trained staff will review it, and respond within 5 days or less.
(Please don’t forget to read our before submitting your problem.) Preferred Name: E-mail Address: (example: Date of birth MM DD YYYY Sex: Male Female How may we help you?
Please Be specific in the Problems, Questions and Concerns you submit to us.
***No one sentence emails will be answered!***
***Please submit one email at a time***
(please click submit once, it will take a few seconds to process your information) R.I.P Dino
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110. Welcome To DHS
Agency Links Skip to Content Skip to State Links. Alcoholism and substance abuse. Community Health and Prevention. Developmental Disabilities. Mental Health.

Rod R. Blagojevich, Governor
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Welcome to the Illinois Department of Human Services
Carol L. Adams, Ph.D., Secretary DHS helps Illinois families achieve self-sufficiency, independence and health to the maximum extent possible. DHS improves the quality of life of thousands of Illinois families by providing an array of comprehensive, coordinated services through:
  • community health and prevention programs, programs for persons with developmental disabilities, mental illness, or substance abuse problems, employment, training, and independent living programs for persons with disabilities, and

111. C.A.R.E. Inc, - Home Page - Introduction - Bulimia Treatment,bulimia Eating Diso
We can help you overcome eating disorders and drug and substance addiction and abuse. CARE Inc. we specialize in the following bulimia treatment,bulimia eating disorders,bulimia,anorexia nervousa,anorexia nervosa treatment,anorexia nervosa,anorexia eating disorder,anorexia bulimia,anorexia

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112. DHS Division Of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse (DASA)
Alcoholism and substance abuse. Division of Alcoholism substance abuse (DASA). Reports on the effectiveness of substance abuse treatment.

Rod R. Blagojevich, Governor
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Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Community Health and Prevention Developmental Disabilities Mental Health ... Home Search DHS
DHS Help Line
1 800 447-6404 TTY Provider Help Line
1 877 434-1082 TTY DHS Main Offices
100 S Grand Ave E
Springfield, IL 62762 401 S Clinton St
Chicago, IL 60607 Illinois Home Search Illinois
Reports on the effectiveness of substance abuse treatment You can present the results of the Illinois Statewide Treatment Outcomes Project (ISTOP) using a prepared script to accompany printed slides or a PowerPoint slideshow: The integrated substance abuse service delivery system within DHS is coordinated by DASA and the Office of Prevention within the Division of Community Health and Prevention. These offices are primarily responsible for providing prevention, intervention and treatment services related to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs to citizens of Illinois. Such services are supported through a combination of state and federal funds and with the exception of prevention services, DASA is responsible for all other services. As a community partner, the Department’s Advisory Council on Alcohol and other Drugs supports the Department and is instrumental in the planning of a comprehensive community-based system of substance abuse services.

113. Women In Recovery
Information on substance abuse issues related to women and the gay/lesbian community, recovery resources and links. Chat room, online 12 step meetings, mailing lists, message forum and Hot Line.
Women In Recovery We are women who have come together to offer support and help to women who are recovering from alcoholism and drug addiction. We have all been down the path of recovery... sometimes more than once.. and we understand, as few can, the loneliness the pain and, the challenges facing women who have had to wrestle with alcohol and drugs. We know that our path to recovery is often different than the path followed by our brothers in recovery, and we are here to aid and support our sisters in recovery. We hope that here, with other women in recovery, you will find a safe home.

114. SwetsWise: Login
Bureau of Mental Health and substance abuseresources for people looking for help in Idaho with substance abuse, alcoholism, drug rehab, meth treatment,alcohol treatment, mental health.

115. Addiction And Attention Deficit Disorder
Information and links concerning the prevention of substance abuse in individuals with ADHD and treatment of suffering from both ADHD and an addiction.
Northern County Psychiatric Associates Psychiatric Services For Children, Adolescents, Adults and Families Baltimore, Maryland
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Carol Watkins, M.D. Individuals with AD/HD have several characteristics that make them more vulnerable to substance abuse: These may include self-medication, impulsivity, social skills problems and a tendency to associate with others who are not doing well in school. Adult attention deficit disorder seems to be related to earlier onset of substance abuse, a longer period of active abuse, and a lower rate of recovery. (Wilens, Biederman and Mick

116. - Teen Topics: Smoking,Self Image,Relationships,Nutrition,Drug
Offers information for teens on topics such as, smoking, substance abuse, sex (STDs and birth control), nutrition, and body image.
site map acknowledgements Teenwavez is a site geared to teens. Topics include body image, smoking, Nutrition, diets, being a vegetarian, drugs, partying, date rape, sex and relationships.

117. EMedicine - Alcohol And Substance Abuse Evaluation : Article By Amy Cohagan, DO
Alcohol and substance abuse Evaluation Physicians in the emergency department (ED) regularly encounter patients seeking treatment for alcohol or substance
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Last Updated: May 16, 2003 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: alcohol, alcoholic, cocaine, opiate, narcotic, amphetamine, hallucinogen, drug abuse, drug addiction AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 8 Author Information Introduction Epidemiology Clinical ... Bibliography
Author: Amy Cohagan, DO , Staff Physician, Department of Emergency Medicine, Licking Memorial Hospital Coauthor(s): Michael C Plewa, MD , Research Director, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, Medical College of Ohio and Saint Vincent Mercy Medical Center Amy Cohagan, DO, is a member of the following medical societies: American Academy of Emergency Medicine Editor(s): Robert M McNamara, MD, FAAEM , Professor of Emergency Medicine, Temple University; Chief, Department of Internal Medicine, Section of Emergency Medicine, Temple University Hospital;

118. Substance Abuse Database
top National substance abuse Web Index(NSAWI). Search the contents of the most authoritative web sites in relation to substance abuse prevention and treatment.
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Search the contents of the most authoritative web sites in relation to substance abuse prevention and treatment. Information on illicit drugs, alcohol, and tobacco are provided in these web sites . Please read our Search:
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119. Substanceabuse.html
Information on what substance abuse is, early detection and treatment, with emphasis on what a parent can do.
Substance Abuse I. What is substance abuse? First you take a drink, then the drink takes a drink,
then the drink takes you. - F. Scott Fitzgerald In a survey taken in 1995, two-thirds of all of the 12th grade students interviewed said that they felt that they had to choose whether or not to use drugs before they graduated from high school. In studies done in 1998 and 1999, 56 percent of 12 to 17 year olds reported that marijuana was easy to get and 72 percent of this group reported that alcohol was very easy to obtain. By the time they are 17 years old, 56 percent of adolescents state that they know a drug dealer. Among the substances abused are: alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, cocaine, opiates, "club drugs" (ecstasy, etc.). stimulants, hallucinogens, inhalants, prescription drugs, and steroids. Drug and substance abuse among teenagers, is substantial. Among youth age 12 to 17, about 1.1 million meet the diagnostic criteria for dependence on drugs, and about 1 million are treated for alcohol dependency.

120. Substance Abuse Services/Home
Do you need help for a substance abuse problem? National Help Line (800) 662HELP (4357) In Wisconsin call (866) 211-3380. Monthly Events.
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Services Relating to Substance Use and Abuse, Gambling Awareness, Reducing Tobacco Sales to Minors, and Recovery Events.
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Introduction to Substances Abuse Services
The Substance Abuse Services web site contains information relative to providers of services, students, and other individuals interested in the substance abuse treatment and recovery field. This site also provides contact with various treatment and assessment programs as well as state and national government agencies through Internet web links and/or location and telephone information. Oversight of substance abuse services program compliance for the State of Wisconsin is based on both federal requirements and Wisconsin Law.

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