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         Substance Abuse:     more books (106)
  1. Family Recovery and Substance Abuse: A Twelve-Step Guide for Treatment by Dr. Joseph K. Nowinski, 1998-11-03
  2. With Child: Substance Use During Pregnancy: A Woman-Centred Approach by Susan C. Boyd, 2007-09-01
  3. Substance Abuse Counseling: Theory and Practice (3rd Edition) by Patricia Stevens & Smith, 2005
  4. DSST Substance Abuse Exam Flashcard Study System: DSST Test Practice Questions & Review for the Dantes Subject Standardized Tests by DSST Exam Secrets Test Prep Team, 2010

141. The Counseling Center - Virtual Pamphlet Library - Substance Abuse The Counseling Center. substance abuse. substance abuse, although less common at UMR than at many colleges, presents problems on this campus.
The Counseling Center
204 Norwood Hall
Rolla, MO 65409

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Substance Abuse
Substance abuse, although less common at UMR than at many colleges, presents problems on this campus. The emphasis here is on alcohol use and abuse (there is a difference!). However, if you or a friend are having problems with a drug other than alcohol, please seek assistance right away. If your life is not yet badly out of control, this is a good time to put it in better shape before that happens. And if it is out of control, putting off action is probably not going to make things better. These principles are equally applicable, of course, if your drug is alcohol. And what about alcohol? Alcohol is the most commonly abused drug in the United States and perhaps not coincidentally, it is also the most socially acceptable to use. Most people use alcohol with little difficulty, although a significant minority (10-20%) of drinkers experience fairly serious problems managing their use. And most people who drink experience at least some difficulty with overuse at some point in their lives. Among college educated people, the most frequent time for this to happen is while they are attending collegesome of the "out-of-class learning experience." Before going further it may help to clarify some possible misconceptions about alcohol use.

142. Centre Of Excellence For Children And Adolescents With Special Needs
Provide services for children and adolescents with special needs. Early intervention, nutrition, substance abuse and mental health service.

143. Council On Prevention Education: Substances - Creating Lasting Family Connection
COPES provides consultation, education and training services on substance abuse prevention. Its major interests and activities are directed toward substance abuse and violence prevention in communities and personal growth for youth and families.
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Dallas, Texas "The Creating Lasting Family Connections Curriculum is the most flexible and effective program we have implemented in our entire 20 year history. We currently deliver the curriculum in 17 schools in three districts, as well as city and county juvenile justice programs, and a suburban community based site.
Educators and probation officers alike continue to comment favorably on the noticeable positive changes in behavior and improved conduct of their students and probationers. The curriculum, coupled with the outstanding "Staff Implementation Training" combines to create a powerful message and approach to facilitating positive and lasting growth opportunities for youth and their families." COPES, Inc.

144. Carroll County Substance Abuse Prevention
Carroll County substance abuse prevention envisions a reduction of substance abuse in Carroll County due to the efforts of its people, the mobilization of
CARROLL COUNTY SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION COMMITTEE Home Page Calendar of Events News Strategic Plan ... Sign up for E-News Carroll County Substance Abuse Prevention Strategic Plan The Carroll County Substance Abuse Prevention Committee fully understands and appreciates the value and need for a comprehensive, long-term, community-based substance abuse prevention strategic plan. Substance abuse, and its devastating consequences that are often irreparable, present an unparalleled challenge to Carroll Countians. This initiative is the community's opportunity to respond, individually and collectively, calling upon our capacity to mobilize and sustain the collaborative efforts of our people, to tap our resources in new and stronger combinations, to craft a thoughtful and proactive four-year action place, and to make a difference. We are committed to our vision, our plan, and developing solidarity within the community to prevent substance abuse, and to make our home a safer, healthier, and happy place to live. For more details contact Diane McCoy or Mark Yount

145. Hot Issues: Substance Abuse & Crime
This site discusses issues related to substance abuse and crime. Site discusses the impacts of substance abuse on society.
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Many of the crimes committed on our streets today have their roots in alcohol and drug addictions. Yet, too often we simply lock the offenders away in jail and do not try to treat the problems that led them there. More Resources
Join Together Drug Courts Resource Guide
Fixing a Failing System Drug Court Publications Resource Guide National Drug Court Institute Review Take Action
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Neighborhood Court Focuses on Youth Drug Offenders
Study Confirms Effectiveness of Drug Courts Prop 36 Spawns Initiatives in Florida, Ohio, and Michigan ... Americans Support Drug Treatment Over Jail Websites
California Proposition 36
The Sentencing Project Center for Problem Solving Courts National Association of Drug Court Professionals ...
Congressional Addiction Caucus Off to Strong Start

A historic Congressional caucus built around the issue of addiction treatment and recovery is off to a strong start, with 38 members of the House of Representatives signed up and the group already holding briefings for lawmakers' staffers. Contact Privacy Reprints Submissions ... Syndication

146. The Haworth Press Online Catalog: Product: 'Journal Of Child & Adolescent Substa
(J029v13). This vital journal continues to provide timely articles concerning the practice and treatment orientation of substance abuse in young people!

147. Phoenix Psychotherapy- Addiction Counseling,Mediator,Online Psychotherapy,Family
Specializing in substance abuse, addictions, marital, relationship problems. I also offer organizational and personal mediation as well as communication training. Counseling via telephone, video, and keyboard via the internet.
Offering assistance resolving conflict and difficulty of all kinds. Specializing in substance abuse, addictions, marital or relationship problems. I offer organizational and personal mediation as well as communication training to staff or individuals. Phoenix Psychotherapy Heiko Ganzer, Psychotherapist, LCSW (R), CASAC, NYCGTS - Long Island, New York Please click on products to see our new line of products Quick Overview Of Services Overview: Phoenix Systems is a cooperative wellness agency for persons in private practice and other specialists who work personally with people requiring mental health assistance or resolving all kinds of conflict and difficulty personally and in the corporate world. Heiko Ganzer is Executive Director of this co-operative clinic, and he and staff constantly develop new team approaches that help people to improve their health and awareness. Our service has developed over many years and we have worked with countless people who are now satisfied and happy. The persons listed in our clubhouse directory are certified or licensed practitioners in the State of New York or Nationally. Each specialist is listed in the directory with his or her personal qualifications and specific area of expertise. Therapist’s listed in the directory are Phoenix Board Certified to assure you that they are certified clinicians in their field of expertise.

148. DMH/DD/SAS Home Page
The Division makes policy and monitors public services to people with mental illness, developmental disabilities or substance abuse throughout North Carolina.
NC Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services
Legal Issues DWI Enforcement TASC
Finance Budget/Finance Perf. Agreement
Info. Systems Decision Support IPRS NCTOPPS
Medicaid Medicaid PASARR
WHAT'S NEW DRAFT - STATE PLAN 2004 Please review this draft and comment. We will be accepting comments through the close of the business day on June 21, 2004. E-mail comments to Steven Hairston or mail them to him at 3003 Mail Services Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-3003. All comments must be received by the close of the business day on June 21, 2004. Look on our Announcements page for:
  • 4/27/04 Draft Workforce Development Plan 1/15/04 Draft Service Standards (service definitions) Communications Bulletin #015 Draft Performance Agreement

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News Releases Michael Moseley, Division Director

149. Wilderness Therapy, Drug Treatment, Drug Rehab, Juvenile Delinquency, Boot Camp
A licensed outdoor therapy program for adolescents with low selfesteem, depression, poor grades, substance abuse, chemical dependency and trouble with teachers.
Welcome to Second Nature - the industry's most sophisticated wilderness therapy treatment program, providing insight, direction and hope to struggling teens and families. WE SPECIALIZE IN: – substance abuse
– oppositional
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fueled by high IQ – impulsivity – anger management – identity issues
ADMISSIONS . Jason York (817) 599-4447 . John Karren (801) 947-1338 . Leah Halverson (801) 994-6702 Second Nature - Duchesne / 382 West Main Street / Duchesne / UT / 84021 / EMAIL US Second Nature - Blue Ridge / 175 North Main Street / Clayton / GA / 30525 / EMAIL US

150. Substance Abuse Information
The MSU Counseling Center provides the following services relative to the presenting problem of substance abuse Consultation Intervention Services.
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BASIC INTERVENTION STRATEGIES FOR THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY What are the facts about student Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Use and Abuse at MSU? 54%, or (more than half) of MSU students do not binge drink, while 46% do report binge drinking. The definition of binge drinking is the consumption of 5 or more drinks at one sitting. 30% of MSU students report experiencing at least one alcohol related memory loss (blackout) in the last year. 35% of MSU students report that they have missed at least one class in the last year due to alcohol use. 18% of MSU students believe that they have performed poorly on a test in the last year due to alcohol use. 55% of MSU students have never used marijuana or any drug other than alcohol. 22% (approximately 6,000) of MSU students report that they would prefer not to have alcohol available at parties they attend. * Reference: CORE Survey, 1996. If You Are Concerned: If you are a concerned student, residence hall staff member, professor, teaching assistant, academic advisor, coach, athletic trainer, teammate, or fraternity/sorority member, your role establishes you as someone who cares about and contributes to the success of every student. If you suspect that a student is being negatively affected by AOD abuse, it is the active involvement of concerned others who take action on behalf of the person who is trapped in the vicious cycle of AOD abuse that begins the process of lifestyle change. The involvement of concerned others is commonly referred to as an Intervention.

151. Adolescent Substance Abuse: Interview With Howard A. Liddle, EdD
Answers to questions about the state of the science of adolescent substance abuse treatment and research.
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An Interview with Howard A. Liddle, EdD
Welcome to's Professional Interview Series! We are pleased to bring you an interview with Dr. Howard A. Liddle who answers questions about the "state of the science" of adolescent substance abuse research and talks about the practical aspects of assessing and treating adolescent substance abuse. The interview includes a brief clinical vignette that underscores treatment and intervention strategies. Welcome Dr. Liddle. I would like to start by inviting you to talk about the most important recent developments in the area of adolescent substance abuse research and treatment. Dr. Liddle : This is a very important question with historical and contemporary overtones; there are several key issues to consider here. First and foremost, adolescent substance abuse has become a bona fide clinical specialty in its own right, with its own theory, basic and applied research, practice guidelines, and policy studies. Clinical work in the field is grounded in the knowledge of adolescent development. Today's "state of the art" treatments are not step-down adult treatments applied to teens. Rather, they are tailored to the particulars, complexities, and multiple systems that make up the teen's ecology. Additionally, there are many opportunities for research of all kinds through federal funding agencies, foundations, and state and local agencies. The existence of research centers is a testimony to the specialty's evolution. Professional and scientific organizations and many scientific publications focus on the problems, needs, and policies pertaining to adolescence. I believe we are witnessing the beginning of a renaissance period in the history of the adolescent treatment specialty.

152. Archived: Research And Intervention: Preventing Substance Abuse In Higher Educat
This is the archived table of contents to Research and Intervention Preventing substance abuse in Higher Education. Archive d Information. Home
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Preventing Substance Abuse in Higher Education

153. The Alcoholism And Addictions Resource Directory - Resource Index
Recovery resources for alcoholism and addiction, substance abuse treatment,12 step programs, online counseling and sober living.
Help and Information for
Alcoholism, Addictions and Mental Health
Search for Drug Treatment Centers, Meetings and Support Groups, Adolescent Treatment Programs and Detox Centers- Recovery Help and Information Starts Here
The Alcoholism and Addictions Resource Directory
The Alcoholism, Addictions and Mental Health resource directory contains links to over 2500 recovery-related websites and services in 75 unique categories, including Abuse and Trauma, Sober Living Homes, Social Work, Teen Alcoholism and Addiction, Treatment Facilities, Twelve Step Alternatives, Dual Diagnosis, Alcoholics Anonymous, Eating Disorders, Women In Recovery and much more. Use the category links below to find help for you, a family member, a friend or a loved one. Search boxes are located on every page to help you find help fast. And an entire recovery community is waiting to help you on our moderated message boards . Alcoholism, addiction and mental health help is right here.

154. Corporate Company Training, Report Writing Skills,
Specialises in corporate training. Offers training in risk assessment, substance abuse, aggression management, and adult mental health.
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RTA are a nationwide network of training professionals who are committed to providing high quality training. All associates have extensive corporate training experience in their own field, and are professional trainers. RTA Offer High Quality Training for : REA TRAINING ASSOCIATES
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155. Insight Recovery Center - Helping People Change Their Lives
Providers of mental health and substance abuse treatment services in Michigan since 1965. Offers links to online support group resources in Michigan.
Our Staff Services ... Privacy Statement Insight Recovery Center has been in the business of helping folks with substance abuse and mental health concerns since 1965. This web site was designed to provide as much information as possible to people looking for help, either for themselves or someone else. We have included pages that provide information on various aspects of substance abuse and mental health issues. Our intent is to be as informative, descriptive, and as helpful as possible. If you feel you need help, or know someone that does, please click the locations link for a list of clinics in your area. Or, you may call us toll free at 1-800-356-HELP . If we aren't able to provide for your needs, we will certainly put you in touch with someone that can. Help truly is just a phone call away! If you have suggestions for our site, or need information that's not available here, just send us an E-mail and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

156. NIDA - Stress And Drug Abuse
Stress and substance abuse A Special Report. Psychopharmacology 1999; 144183188. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and substance abuse.
Common Drugs of Abuse Acid/LSD Alcohol Cocaine Club Drugs Drug Testing Heroin Inhalants Marijuana MDMA/Ecstasy Methamphetamine Nicotine PCP (Phencyclidine) Prescription Medications Prevention Research Steroids Treatment Research Trends and Statistics
Stress and Substance Abuse: A Special Report
In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C., people across the country and abroad are struggling with the emotional impact of large-scale damage and loss of life, as well as the uncertainty of what will happen next. These are stressful times for all and may be particularly difficult times for people who are more vulnerable to substance abuse or may be recovering from an addiction. For example, we know that stress is one of the most powerful triggers for relapse in addicted individuals, even after long periods of abstinence. NIDA-supported ethnographers are already reporting increases in street sales of various drugs. Given that individuals may turn to drugs to cope with life's stressors, it is more important than ever that NIDA supports a comprehensive research portfolio that better informs how we prevent and treat drug abuse and addiction.
Stress and Drug Abuse; Stress and Relapse to Drug Abuse

157. Therapeutic Juvenile Corrections Programs For High Risk Youth - Encourage Youth
Therapeutic services include cognitive skills, substance abuse, anger management, values and moral reasoning, behaviourbased reward system, rehabilitative milieu and aftercare programs. Ontario, Canada.
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"EYC. The experts in applying evidence-based practice to juvenile correctional facilities"
EYC offers more than consulting to juvenile corrections. The company that developed and operated the most effective secure custody program for juveniles (in the Ontario correctional system) not only can assess the needs of your organization its professionals can facilitate effective implementation of recommended applications whether programs, operational, fiscal or human resources. lowest recidivism rate (33%) at one-half to two-thirds the cost of other facilities. The program also received the highest rating on the Correctional Program Assessment Inventory (CPAI). Other successful indicators include an excellent safety record for staff and youth; three reductions in Worker Compensation premiums in six years; the lowest use of sick time in the system and a low staff turnover. EYC can ensure similar successes for your program.

158. Substance Abuse Funding News
substance abuse Funding News focuses on public and private funding opportunities for substance abuse prevention and treatment programs, as well as tobacco
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Substance Abuse Funding News focuses on public and private funding opportunities for substance abuse prevention and treatment programs, as well as tobacco cessation programs. Each issue contains updates on Congressional actions and grant announcements from a wide variety of federal agencies, including the
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Department of Education Center for Substance Abuse Prevention Department of Justice Department of Labor Department of Housing and Urban Development National Institute on Drug Abuse Center for Mental Health Services Office of National Drug Control Policy Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
Substance Abuse Funding News also covers the latest federal and state initiatives to prevent drug abuse among specific segments of the population, including teenagers, college students, the homeless, and those with co-occurring disorders.

159. First Step Services,LLC. Raleigh, NC. Substance Abuse & DWI Services
Providing DWI assessments, substance abuse treatment, alcohol and drug counseling, and family counseling. Locations in Garner and Raleigh.
Take the First Step... First Step Services, LLC Se Habla Espanol 211 Six Forks Road, Building B Suite 117, Raleigh, NC 27609 820 Benson Road, Suite D, Garner, NC 27529 (919) 833-8899 Fax: (919) 833-8894 for both locations Phone (919) 614-2506 for services in Spanish Mental Health Counseling Alcohol Abuse Counseling Drug Abuse Counseling DOT Evaluations DMV Evaluations North Carolina DWI Assessments and Groups Click on the following links for more information about First Step Now accepting insurance, including Cigna and Blue Cross/Blue Shield. The Mission of Henry Tarkington MSW, LCSW, CCAS, CCS and First Step Services, LLC is to provide quality alcohol abuse, drug abuse and mental health services to those who need them at a price they can afford. First Step Services provides alcohol abuse counseling, drug abuse counseling, mental health counseling, couples counseling, family counseling and North Carolina DWI services such as DWI Assessments and DWI groups. We provide family services for loved ones who are suffering from the alcohol abuse, drug abuse or mental health concerns of someone they care about. Alcohol abuse, drug abuse and emotional problems affect everyone who is involved with the one suffering with the addiction or mental health problem.

160. Blending Perspectives And Building Common Ground: Main Page
A Report to Congress on substance abuse and Child Protection. April 1999. II. Understanding Addiction, substance abuse Treatment, and Recovery.
Blending Perspectives and
Building Common Ground
A Report to Congress on Substance Abuse and Child Protection
April 1999
Department of Health and Human Services
Administration for Children and Families
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Acknowledgments, Public Domain Notice, Electronic Access
I. Introduction
  • Substance Abuse is a Critical Child Welfare Issue
  • Timely Substance Abuse Services Are Key to Achieving Permanency for Children
  • Collaboration Between Child Welfare and Substance Abuse Treatment Agencies is Challenging
  • Improved Practice and Outcomes are Possible and Essential
II. Understanding Addiction, Substance Abuse Treatment, and Recovery
  • The Spectrum of Substance Use, Abuse, and Addiction
  • Myths and Facts About Addiction and Treatment
  • Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery
  • Understanding Relapse and Factors Associated with Relapse
  • Impact of Substance Abuse on the Individual, Family, and Community

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