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         Substance Abuse:     more books (106)
  1. Group Treatment for Substance Abuse: A Stages-of-Change Therapy Manual by Mary Velasquez, Gaylyn Gaddy Maurer, et all 2001-07-15
  2. Substance Abuse Treatment and the Stages of Change: Selecting and Planning Interventions (The Guilford Substance Abuse Series) by Gerard J. Connors, Dennis M. Donovan, et all 2004-09-07
  3. Substance Abuse Counseling by Judith A. Lewis, Robert Q. Dana, et all 2010-01-01
  4. Rethinking Substance Abuse: What the Science Shows, and What We Should Do about It
  5. Substance Abuse: Information for School Counselors, Social Workers, Therapists, and Counselors (4th Edition) by Gary L. Fisher, Thomas C. Harrison, 2008-02-29
  6. Substance Abuse & Recovery Workbook (The) by John J Liptak, EdD, et all 2008-02-01
  7. Substance Abuse Counseling: Theory and Practice (4th Edition) by Patricia Stevens, Robert L. Smith, 2008-03-22
  8. Study Guide to Substance Abuse Treatment: A Companion to the American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment by Robert E. Hales, James A., et all 2008-04-15
  9. Cognitive Therapy of Substance Abuse by Aaron T. Beck, Fred D. Wright, et all 2001-02-15
  10. The Substance Abuse Handbook by Pedro Ruiz, Eric C. Strain, et all 2007-04-26
  11. The Substance Abuse Handbook by Pedro Ruiz, Eric C. Strain, et all 2007-04-26
  12. Treating Substance Abuse, Second Edition: Theory and Technique (The Guilford Substance Abuse Series)
  13. The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Sustance Abuse Treatment (American Psychiatric Press Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment) (American Psychiatric ... Press Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment) by Marc Galanter, 2008-04-25
  14. The Group Therapy of Substance Abuse (Haworth Therapy for the Addictive Disorders) by David W Brook, Henry I Spitz, 2002-09-23

161. OAS Home Of Alcohol, Tobacco & Drug Abuse Statistics From Substance Abuse & Ment
The substance abuse and Mental Health Services Administration presents national and state prevalence and trends in illegal drug use, the nonmedical use of prescription drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Statistics
What's New Data Trends ... HELP SAMHSA's National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that, in 2002, over 60 percent of youths aged 12 to 17 who had used marijuana in the past year obtained their most recently used marijuana for free or shared someone else's marijuana. Among youths who obtained marijuana for free or shared it, blacks (18 percent) were more likely than whites (9 percent) or Hispanics (7 percent) to have obtained it from a relative or family member. Among youths who bought their most recently used marijuana, white youths (9 percent) were more likely than black youths (4 percent) to have purchased it inside a school building. See The NSDUH Report: How Youths Obtain Marijuana Based on SAMHSA's Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) conducted in 2000, 55% of hospital inpatient treatment episodes involved individuals who completed treatment and another 25% involved those who were transferred to further treatment. The hospital inpatient treatment completion rate was highest, at 59%, for episodes involving alcohol as the primary substance of abuse. See The DASIS Report: Discharges from Hospital Inpatient Treatment, 2000

162. HealthWeb : Substance Abuse: General Resources
substance abuse Counselor Career substance abuse Counselor. Not surprisingly, the burnout rate for substance abuse counselors is very high. Paying Your Dues.

163. Mental Health
Provides information and statistics about mental health problems related to substance abuse. Site also provides comprehensive information about specific mental disorders.

164. Subs. Abuse Treatment & Prevention
V. Lyon Fax (401) 4626636 For an updated copy of Rules and Regulations for Licensing of substance abuse Facilities please select the following link Rules and
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... Katharine V. Lyon, Ph.D., Associate Director Division of Behavioral Healthcare Services 14 Harrington Road Cranston, RI 02920 Craig S. Stenning Katharine V. Lyon Fax (401) 462-6636 For an updated copy of Rules and Regulations for Licensing of Substance Abuse Facilities please select the following link: Rules and Regulations for Licensing of Substance Abuse Facilities (pdf document 65 pages) Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Services (SATPS) is responsible for planning, coordinating and administering a comprehensive statewide system of substance abuse, treatment and prevention activities. SATPS develops, supports and advocates for high quality, accessible, comprehensive and clinically appropriate substance abuse prevention and treatment services in order to decrease the negative effects of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use in Rhode Island, and improve the overall behavioral health of Rhode Islanders. SATPS' responsibilities are: to develop comprehensive statewide policies, plans and programs; to assess treatment and prevention needs and capacity; to evaluate and monitor state grants and contracts; to provide technical assistance and guidance to programs, chemical dependency professionals and the general public; and to research and recommend alternative funding and service delivery strategies to enhance system efficiency and effectiveness. SATPS is comprised of five units: prevention, treatment, planning, treatment accountability for safer communities, and administration.

165. Home
Online counseling offered via phone, chat, and email for relationships, substance abuse and employment issues.
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For the sake of not sounding too 'clinical', FAMILY is at the heart and soul of my practice. Family and the relationships we form there are the basis for our future, our happiness, and our personal empowerment. The compassion, listening and understanding you will find throughout your 'clinical' experience will help you uncover peace, power and happiness with yourself and within your relationships.

166. Drugs-Alcohol
Some Facts Psychologists Know About…. ALCOHOL substance abuse. Alcohol and other substance abuse is a significant problem on college campuses.

167. Wilderness Programs For Troubled Teens
Wilderness treatment for teenagers, from thirteen to seventeen years of age, with emotional, behavioral, or substance abuse issues.
@import url(./main.css); @import url(./fouc.css); Philosophy Admissions Academics Cost/Benefit ... Request Info Are you experiencing family conflict in the home? Has your troubled teen recently changed to a negative peer group? Is he isolating himself or focusing an excessive amount of time on the computer? Is she struggling or failing academically? Are there issues with low self esteem, depression or anxiety? Is your teen bright but underachieving? Has there been experimentation with drugs and alcohol? Walkabout can Help. Walkabout's Wilderness Programs blend the best of the "ancient cultural systems" with the most effective and proven therapeutic processes. Your troubled teen will experience the highest standards of safety and therapy in the context of one of the most powerful settings for real change - the wilderness. Why Walkabout? Walkabout, as a rite of passage, is designed to engage students in character development, resolve personal and family issues and assist in aftercare planning. Does Your Student Need Walkabout? Read our student profile and assess where your teen stands.

168. Michigan Department Of Community Health
Mental health services for people who have a mental illness or a developmental disability, and services for people who need care for substance abuse.
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Governor Granholm, Surgeon General Unveil Prescription for a Healthier Michigan

Governor Jennifer M. Granholm and Dr. Kimberlydawn Wisdom, Michigan's Surgeon General, today unveiled a new plan designed to improve the long-term health of Michigan's citizens by focusing on strategies to prevent disease and other chronic health conditions.
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Michigan Releases Healthy Michigan 2010 Report Surgeon General's Report Focuses On Chronic Disease, Healthy Lifestyles
The Michigan Surgeon General's first-ever health status report will serve as the foundation for the state's efforts to improve the well-being of the people of Michigan. Executive Summary Full Report
Medicaid Provider Manual now available online and on CD
For the first time, providers can easily access current information about a variety of provider types and programs from one document. The Manual has chapters that discuss programs and providers covered by MDCH, provides instructions for billing and reimbursement, copies of pertinent forms, and gives contact information for applicable offices and agencies.
Shortcuts to MDCH Web Topics
New feature lets you bypass the click path and go directly to certain topics on the MDCH web site More Meet the Director Janet Olszewski is Director of the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH). The department is ...

169. CARL L. POTTER, LCSW : Adolescent & Family Counseling
Provides mental health and substance abuse counseling. Features services, fee schedule, therapist bio, FAQs. Offices in Raleigh and Chapel Hill.
Welcome…Thanks for visiting!
My practice offers mental health and substance abuse services. My work is geared toward helping psychologically healthy people during difficult periods of change, growth, and typical life experiences.
The information contained in this site covers many of the questions I frequently receive about “how things work.” I abide by the standards of the National Academy of Licensed Clinical Social Workers and the Laws of North Carolina
I look forward to working with you.
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170. American Baptist Churches Resolution On Alcoholism And Other Chemical Dependenci
Actions and attitudes that American Baptist Churches are encouraged to take to help people with alcoholism and substance abuse problems.
All are created in the image of God, and God has entrusted us to be stewards of the whole creation. As stewards of the Divine Image, we are called to be responsible in relationships of faith toward God and of love and justice toward humankind. As stewards of the natural world, we are called to manage the world for the well-being of the present and future human community. Stewardship includes responsible use of the gifts of body, mind and spirit, as well as the gifts of grapes, grain and chemicals.
The Bible asserts that our rebellion against God perverts our relationship to our neighbors and distorts our relationship to all creation. Dependency upon alcohol and other chemicals not only reflects a misuse of creation because of the harmful effects upon body, mind and spirit, but also thwarts the creative potential because of the harmful effects upon the human community.
The biblical vision of God's shalom (wholeness, health, well-being, harmony and peace) provides an image of what God intends for creation. In our brokenness, disharmony and ill-health we prevent shalom and participate in "the whole creation...groaning in travail until now" (Romans 8:22).
Dependency on alcohol and/or other chemicals is a primary, progressive and chronic disease which attacks body, mind and spirit. Drugs and alcohol are indeed potentially addicting. At least 10% of the adult population is dependent on alcohol or other drugs. One out of four families is suffering from the effects of alcoholism and other drug-related problems. This dependency is a leading cause of death in the United States and a major factor in accidental death and violent crimes.

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172. KENTDEAN - Page: 1 Of 7
Confidential and professional mental health/substance abuse online counseling. Email, chat, or telephone sessions.
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173. Wilderness Therapy, Drug Treatment, Drug Rehab, Juvenile Delinquency, Boot Camp
Outdoor therapy program for adolescents with behavioral, emotional, and substance abuse issues. Located in Utah.
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
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174. UK Drug Education Drugs Alcohol Black Ethnic Minority Education
Drug and alcohol education, prevention and treatment programmes for ethnic minority communities, including South Asian and African families, affected by substance misuse, drug addiction and alcohol abuse.
SELECT YOUR LANGUAGE English Hindi Punjabi Somali Urdu Objectives The Drug and Alcohol Action Programme's 11 objectives start with the aim to advance the education of the public about all aspects of substance misuse and related issues particularly by working towards eradicating addiction by and through education... Southall Community The Drug and Alcohol Action Programme builds upon the work initiated and developed by the Southall Community Drugs Education Project (1998 to 2002), which is recommended as good practice in the NHSS support materials on drug education...
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Discussion forums for drug and alcohol users, carers and others.
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175. AMERSA | The Association For Medical Education And Research In Substance Abuse
opportunities for those who train health professionals to participate in a model program that advances curriculum development in substance use disorders.
AMERSA's 28th Annual Conference will be held November 11-13, 2004 HRSA-AMERSA-SAMHSA/CSAT Faculty Development Program AMERSA's 28th Annual Conference will be held November 11-13, 2004 The objectives of the AMERSA National Conference are to bring together researchers and health professional educators to learn about scientific advances and exemplary teaching approaches. HRSA-AMERSA-SAMHSA/CSAT Faculty Development Program Project MAINSTREAM provides opportunities for those who train health professionals to participate in a model program that advances curriculum development in substance use disorders.

176. National Institute On Drug Abuse
National Institute on Drug abuse, Increased abuse of Prescription Drugs is Cause for Concern; Research Priorities from the New NIDA Director. Announcements.
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
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177. CCSA - Canadian Centre On Substance Abuse - Centre Canadian De Lutte Contre L'al

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179. Mental Illness, Mental Health Information Center
New Freedom Commission on Mental Health The final report from the New Freedom Commission on Mental Health, Achieving the Promise Transforming Mental Health
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