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The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 25, 2020
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31 pages.  May 2020.   Th e objective of this analysis of EU (European Union) drug markets is to increase understanding of ongoing developments and their impact on the internal security and public health of the EU in order to inform European institutions and partners in EU Member States.  Th is is of vital importance for formulating e ff ective responses at EU and national levels and could inform (future) priorities for collaborative responses. Th is report looks at the following areas to...
Topics: international, economy, pandemic, coronavirus, COVID-19, public health, health, health care,...
27 pages.   Since the start of 2020, European countries have been experiencing an unprecedented public health threat with the emergence of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). In order to investigate the effects and implications of this pandemic for people who use drugs in Europe, the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) instigated a mixed-method trendspotter study to investigate the current situation. This briefing provides a snapshot of the state of play with...
Topics: international, pandemic, coronavirus, COVID-19, substance use disorders, chemical dependency,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 25, 2020
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9 pages.  This journal features an article about the advances in research on fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.  Table of contents also includes: Prenatal alcohol exposure changes mouse brain circuitry involved in decision making; NIAAA to host webinar on interventions in American Indian and Alaska Native communities; Alcoholic hepatitis network; NIAAA trainees network virtually at National Institutes of Health PostBac poster day; Supporting research on alcohol and COVID-19; and Five questions...
Topics: research, fetal, FASD, fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, neurology, intervention, Native Americans,...
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Nov 25, 2020 Currier, Christina
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94 pages.  Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) Series #32.  Includes bibliography.  TAP 32 offers information to clinicians deciding whether to introduce drug testing in their practice; presents the mechanics of testing and the steps clinicians can take to prepare their staff; and provides guidance on implementing it in their practice. It provides information that practitioners need when deciding whether to introduce drug testing into their practices, and gives guidance on implementing...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, drug testing, medicine,...
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Nov 25, 2020 Marcelle, George; Camacho, Alexander; Kennedy, Nancy; Novick, Emily
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58 pages.  Includes bibliographic references.  This document presents an overview of current health issues among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) populations. While many challenges exist with regards to the availability of data, this kit aims to create awareness among prevention specialists and healthcare providers of the needs, experiences, and health status of LGBT Americans. Also: gender identity, and helpful terms / terminology.
Topics: health, health care, medicine, homosexuality, lesbian, gay, statistics, epidemiology, gender,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 25, 2020
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108 pages.  Includes bibliography.  This is the latest in a series of publications issued biannually by SAMHSA since 1980. It includes mental health statistics at the national and State levels from 35 different data sources. The report is organized into three sections: People: the mental health status of the U.S. population and prevalence of mental illness; Providers: providers and settings for mental health services, types of mental health services, and rates of utilization; Payers:...
Topics: mental health, psychiatric, psychology, statistics, epidemiology, study, treatment, therapy,...
8 pages.  April 2012.  Includes bibliographic references.  In the mid-1990s, the Washington State Legislature first began to direct the Washington State Institute for Public Policy (Institute) to identify evidence-based policies that have been shown to improve particular outcomes. The goal is to provide Washington policymakers and budget writers with a list of well-researched policies that can, with a high degree of probability, lead to better statewide results and a more efficient use of...
Topics: health, health care, public health, economy, policy, evidence based, research, study, statistics,...
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Nov 25, 2020 Benjamin, Regina (Surgeon General); Sebelius, Kathleen (Secretary of Health and Human Services)
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1,395 pages.  Includes index and bibliography.  Report of the Surgeon General Series.  This report adds to our base of knowledge on the prevalence, causes, effects, and implications of tobacco use by young people. It elucidates the factors that lead youth and young adults to initiate tobacco use, and the devastating health and economic impact of that decision on our nation as well as on individuals, their families, and their communities. This report also identifies proven, effective...
Topics: international, prevention, cigarette smoking, substance use disorders, chemical dependency,...
7 pages.  October 2012.  NIH: Turning discovery into health.  NIH (National Institute of Health). Could your kids be at risk for substance abuse? Families strive to find the best ways to raise their children to live happy, healthy, and productive lives. Parents are often concerned about whether their children will start or are already using drugs such as tobacco, alcohol, marijuana, and others, including the abuse of prescription drugs. Research supported by NIDA has shown the important role...
Topics: parents, prevention, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, children,...
1 page flyer.  SAMHSA envisions a future in which people with mental and substance use disorders pursue optimal health, happiness, recovery, and a full and satisfying life in the community via access to a range of effective services, supports, and resources. This brief flyer addresses three  ways to promote wellness in SAMHSA's wellness initiative.
Topics: health, health care, self-help, personal growth, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders,...
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Nov 25, 2020 White, William L.; Best, David
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10 pages.  August 2012.  As a new recovery advocacy movement rose in the United States in the late 1990s and began to spread around the world, there were calls for the development of a recovery research agenda  that could add to the large body of existing studies on addiction-related pathologies and addiction treatment methods. One of the scientists outside the U.S. heeding that call was Dr. David Best. Best was at times a catalyst and always a close observer of recovery advocacy efforts,...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, international, research,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 22, 2020 Hanes, Melodee
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12 pages.  September 2012.  Includes bibliography.  This bulletin presents findings from a literature review that investigated how  underage drinking can affect a youth's physical, emotional, and neurological health, discussing the legal, neurological, economic, and personal consequences and dangers youth can face when they make the decision to begin drinking. It supports communities in their efforts to reduce alcohol use by minors through the use of evidence-based strategies and practices....
Topics: epidemiology, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, youth, crime,...
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Nov 22, 2020 Reveal, Elizabeth C.; Helfgott, Kim Pawley
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42 pages.  October 2012.  Includes bibliography.  This is a new guidebook that unbundles the 'data puzzle' and gives important basics that will help you more effectively identify, use, and evaluate and monitor practices, services, and outcomes for children, youth, and families involved in systems of care. This guidebook is intended for human service systems that support young people and their families across a comprehensive array of services within a system of care, including child welfare,...
Topics: management, youth, children, statistics, evaluation, outcome, family, mental health, economy,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 22, 2020 Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality
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132 pages.  June 2012.   DASIS Series S-61.  DASIS (Drug and Alcohol Services Information System).   TEDS data is collected annually and provides details on individual treatment admissions throughout the United States. Demographic information such as gender, race, ethnicity, education, and employment status, among others, are included in the data. Substances reported on include alcohol, cocaine and crack, marijuana and hashish, heroin, nonprescription methadone, other opiates and...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, statisticsm, study, research,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 22, 2020
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2 page flyer.  SAMHSA envisions a future in which people with mental and substance use disorders pursue optimal health, happiness, recovery, and a full and satisfying life in the community via access to a range of effective services, supports, and resources. This brief flyer addresses: what wellness  is, why wellness  is important, the eight dimensions of wellness , and SAMHSA's wellness  initiative.
Topics: health, health care, self-help, personal growth, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders,...
129 pages.  Includes index and bibliography.  TIP (Treatment Improvement Protocol) Series #54  equips clinicians with practical guidance and tools for treating chronic pain in adults with a history of substance abuse. It discusses chronic pain management, including treatment with opioids, and offers information about substance abuse assessments and referrals. (A 508-compliant version of this document will be available soon.) Chapters: introduction; patient assessment; chronic pain...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, counseling, evaluation,...
This report presents the findings of the 2004 Inventory of Mental Health Organizations (IMHO) conducted by the Survey, Analysis, and Financing Branch, Division of State and Community Systems Development, Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS), SAMHSA. The IMHO is a  periodic survey of all specialty mental health organizations that collects descriptive information on the number and types of services, capacity (number of beds), volume of services (numbers of episodes, additions, and resident...
Topics: mental health, psychiatric, psychology, inpatient, economy, statistics, study, epidemiology,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 22, 2020
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17 pages.  This is a compilation of essays by individuals supported by Medication-Assisted Treatment in long-term recovery. These essays represent the top 20 of the 2011 award recipients of the "In My Own Words " essay contest. This year's essay contest was unique in that the essay writers are all people in long-term recovery, who address not just their recovery, but their medication-assisted recovery. Also: methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone (vivatrol).
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, self-help, personal growth,...
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Nov 22, 2020 Hill, Tom; Burden, Elizabeth; Zastowny, Thomas
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50 pages. March 2012.  The goal of this document is to assist in the accreditation of organizations and programs, rather than the credentialling of individual practitioners. It believes that a strong focus on RCOs (recovery community organizations) as a major vehicle for delivering PRSS (peer  recovery support services) will ensure qualities of peer  integrity and keep them grounded in a recovery community context. Also: appropriate language and terminology, model and system, promising...
Topics: behavior, addiction, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, management,...
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Nov 22, 2020 White, William L.; Molloy, Paul
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19 pages. In the past decade, White has written a great deal about the rise of new recovery support institutions that defy placement in the traditional categories of addiction recovery mutual aid societies or addiction treatment organizations. One of the most successful of these new organizations is the growing network of Oxford Houses and the person who most personifies Oxford House is Paul  Molloy. In this interview Molloy shares the history of Oxford House and his thoughts about its future,...
Topics: abstinence, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, treatment, therapy,...
8 page flyer. SAMHSA envisions a future in which people with mental and substance use disorders pursue optimal health, happiness, recovery, and a full and satisfying life in the community via access to a range of effective services, supports, and resources. This brief flyer provides information for general health care providers in SAMHSA's wellness initiative.
Topics: health, health care, self-help, personal growth, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 22, 2020
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12 pages. Preventing suicide across the Nation: Jordan Burnham shares his story of suicide survival to help others. Table of contents: View from the administrator; Preventing suicide across the nation; Recent events; With peer support, recovery is possible; SAMHSA responds to recent disasters; Affordable care act; Tobacco sales to youth lowest ever; New CMHS director. Behavioral Health is Essential to Health, Prevention Works, Treatment is Effective, People Recover.
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, mental health, psychiatricm,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 22, 2020
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12 pages. Responsible Health IT: Balancing Privacy and Progress in Behavioral Health. Table of contents: view from the administrator; health information technology--what it means for you; SAMHSA enhances Health Information Technology efforts; using social media to save lives; study finds one-in-five American adults with mental illness; SAMHSA's Prevention Day 2012; in brief. Behavioral Health is Essential to Health, Prevention Works, Treatment is Effective, People Recover.
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, mental health, psychiatric,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 22, 2020
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12 pagesCelebrating Progress in behavioral Health: special anniversary issue: 20 years strong. Table of contents: view from the administrator, behavioral health milestones, two decades of progress, underage drinking campaign 2012, children's mental health awareness, diversity in behavioral health care, SAMHSA's regional administrators, 2012 national prevention week. Behavioral Health is Essential to Health, Prevention Works, Treatment is Effective, People Recover.
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, mental health, psychiatric,...
4 pages.  January 2012.  New estimates show that binge drinking is a bigger problem than previously thought. Learn what your community can do to reduce binge drinking.
Topics: epidemiology, statistics, study, research, health, health care, medical complications, medicine,...
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Nov 18, 2020 Christopher, Suzanne; Daulton, Christina; Villegas, Malia
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36 pages. Includes bibliography. Increasingly, tribal leaders acknowledge that research is a key tool of tribal sovereignty in providing data and information to guide community planning, cross-community coordination, and program and policy development. Efforts to address longstanding issues, such as health disparities for American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN), have increasingly used partnership research approaches. This document seeks to strengthen these partnerships by providing insight...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, Native Americans, relationships,...
5 pages.  Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN).  May 24, 2012.  DAWN is a public health surveillance system that monitors drug-related ED (emergency department) visits in the United States. This issue focuses on ED visits involving misuse or abuse by children aged  12 to 14.  The DAWN Report is published periodically by the Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality (formerly the Office of Applied Studies).
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, epidemiology, study, research,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 18, 2020 Aviv, Diana
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255 pages.  Includes bibliography.  The goal of this study is to identify how the nonprofit and philanthropic sector can increase its influence on public policy. Two questions were addressed: 1. What approaches and strategies shape consistently successful advocacy efforts?, and 2. How well does the community of organizations currently engaged in sector-wide advocacy perform? Multiple chapters and case studies examine the essentials of successful advocacy, sector-wide advocacy and policy...
Topics: behavior, addiction, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency,...
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Nov 18, 2020 White, William L.; Dordoye, Eugene
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5 pages.  May 2012.  Dr. Eugene Dordoye is a Ghanaian psychiatrist, currently in the United States on a ten month Humphrey Fellowship studying addiction and recovery at Johns Hopkins University. White interviews Dordoye about the state of addiction treatment and recovery in Ghana , Africa.
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, international, treatment,...
4 pages.  November 2012.  Recovery from addiction and its relationship to health and healthcare reform is examined. Also: recovery as the desired outcome, managing addiction as a chronic condition, overall health, health reform, general benefits to individuals and families, essential health benefits, and enrollment.  Faces and Voices of Recovery Issue Brief Number 1, November 2012.
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, recovery, insurance, individual,...
23 pages.  SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) high school chapters can help middle school students understand the serious dangers of Inhalant Abuse and make good choices to avoid them. Through direct discussions, friendly games and activities, and positive role modeling, SADD students can make a big impact on younger teens in their community. The first section of the guidebook gives SADD students pointers on how to become good facilitators, a skill that is beneficial throughout...
Topics: substance use disorders, chemical dependency, inhalants, children, youth, medical complications,...
3 page flyer.  First printed in 2010, and revised in 2012.  SAMHSA envisions a future in which people with mental and substance use disorders pursue optimal health, happiness, recovery, and a full and satisfying life in the community via access to a range of effective services, supports, and resources. This brief flyer provides information for general  health care providers in SAMHSA's wellness initiative.
Topics: health, health care, self-help, personal growth, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders,...
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Nov 18, 2020 White, William L.; Gerstein, Joe
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12 pages.  Since the founding of Women for Sobriety in 1975, many recovery support groups have emerged as alternatives to Alcoholics Anonymous and other Twelve-Step recovery support fellowships. One of the more prominent of these is SMART Recovery. In interviews spanning two years, White spoke with one of the central figures in SMART Recovery about its history and program. Launching a sustainable addiction recovery mutual aid organization requires enormous commitment and sacrifice, and nowhere...
Topics: behavior, addiction, Alcoholics Anonymous, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical...
75 pages.  Includes bibliography.  This inservice training manual provides counselors and other clinical staff members with scripted modules to use in trainings for Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) 41, Substance Abuse Treatment: Group Therapy. The seven training modules will assist program staff in understanding and implementing the evidence-based practices described in TIP 41. TIP #41 presents an overview of the role and efficacy of group therapy in substance abuse treatment planning....
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, treatment, therapy, group, counseling, planning,...
8 page newsletter.  Includes bibliography.  Summer 2012, V7(1).  This "In Brief" introduces some of the problems facing veterans and can help healthcare and social service professionals understand these veterans' needs. Behavioral health is essential to health; prevention works; treatment is effective; people recover. This In Brief was prepared for the SAMHSA by the Knowledge Application Program (KAP), a Joint Venture of The CDM Group, Inc., and JBS International, Inc.
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, treatment, behavior, health,...
135 pages.  May 2012.  This Executive Summary provides a synthesis of findings from reports presented and data prepared for the 70th semiannual meeting of the NIDA Community Epidemiology Work Group (CEWG) held in Seattle, Washington, on June 8-10, 2011. Table of contents: key findings and emerging drug issues; treatment admissions and forensic laboratory analysis data; cocaine / crack; heroin; opiates / opioids other than heroin (narcotic analgesics); benzodiazepines / depressants;...
Topics: substance use disorders, chemical dependency, statistics, study, research, community, public...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 18, 2020 Hanes, Melodee (Acting Administrator)
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12 pages.  Includes bibliography.  October 2012.  This bulletin provide a theoretical overview upon which to base policies, procedures, and practices to help professionals--and their corresponding agencies--effectively supervise underage drinkers in the community. They also discuss the legal issues that professionals may encounter when working with these youth. Working for Youth Justice and Safety.
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, youth, crime, behavior, study,...
16 pages.  Includes bibliographic references.  This report reviews and discusses  the epidemiology of alcohol and cancer and highlights the need to  raise both professional and public awareness of the links between  alcohol consumption and cancer. Contents: Key Facts, Opportunities for interventions, The Scottish Context, Patterns of alcohol consumption: Age and gender, Patterns of alcohol consumption and deprivation, Alcohol consumption and cancer risk, Cancer of the oral cavity and...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, health care, health, medical complications, medicine, physiology,...
3 page flyer.  First printed in 2010, and revised in 2012.  SAMHSA envisions a future in which people with mental and substance use disorders pursue optimal health, happiness, recovery, and a full and satisfying life in the community via access to a range of effective services, supports, and resources. This brief flyer provide information for consumers in SAMHSA's wellness initiative.
Topics: health, health care, self-help, personal growth, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders,...
184 pages.  Includes bibliography.  This revised National Strategy is a call to action that is intended to guide suicide prevention actions in the United States over the next decade. The National Strategy includes 13 goals and 60 objectives that have been updated to reflect advances in suicide prevention knowledge, research, and practice, as well as broader changes in society and health care delivery that have created new opportunities for suicide prevention. Also: empowerment, clinical...
Topics: mental health, psychiatric, psychology, prevention, suicide, community, individual, family, health,...
8 pages.  Includes bibliography.   Winter 2012 , V11(1).   This newsletter gives an overview of extended-release injectable  naltrexone (Vivitrol), a treatment for people with opioid dependence. It discusses how it differs from other medication-assisted treatments, safety concerns, and patients most likely to benefit from this treatment. Behavioral health is essential to health; prevention works; treatment is effective, people recover. Newsletter serial, formerly Substance Abuse Treatment...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, counseling, treatment,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 11, 2020
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109 pages. Includes bibliography. This is the latest in a series of publications issued biannually by SAMHSA since 1980. It includes mental health statistics at the national and State levels from 35 different data sources. The report is organized into three sections: People: the mental health status of the U.S. population and prevalence of mental illness; Providers: providers and settings for mental health services, types of mental health services, and rates of utilization; Payers: expenditures...
Topics: mental health, psychiatric, psychology, statistics, epidemiology, study, treatment, therapy,...
12 pages.  July 2012.  Includes bibliography.  Research Report Series.  This newsletter explores the link between drug abuse and HIV/AIDS. It discusses treatment options, populations most at risk, trends in HIV/AIDS, and what to do to counter these trends. Table of contents: From the Director; What is HIV/AIDS?; What Is HAART?; How Does Drug Abuse Affect the HIV Epidemic?; What Is the Scope of HIV/AIDS in the United States?; How Has the HIV/AIDS Epidemic Changed Over the Past 30 Years?; Who...
Topics: substance use disorders, chemical dependency, prescription, research, narcotics, depressants,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 11, 2020
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2 pages. This year (2012 ) marks the 20th anniversary of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. During this time, and with the support of many organizations and individuals, the Agency has shaped the national dialogue about substance abuse and mental health while playing a major role in supporting people and communities across America. This is an overview of its milestones in the past two decades. Behavioral health is essential to health. Prevention works. Treatment is...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, history, government, prevention,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 11, 2020 Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality
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120 pages. January 2012. Presents national estimates of the prevalence of past year mental disorders and mental health service utilization for youths aged 12 to 17 and adults aged 18 and older. Data related to the co-occurrence of mental disorders with substance abuse also are presented. The NSDUH provides information on the incidence and prevalence of substance use in the population, and the problems associated with use. The survey collects information on the sociodemographic characteristics...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, epidemiology, statistics, research, health,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 9, 2020 White, William L.
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5 pages.  Includes bibliography.  Nowhere is the recovery revolution and its vibrant cultures of recovery more evident than the City of Philadelphia. The purpose of the present article is to profile recovery-themed radio  programming in the City of Philadelphia.
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, communication, recovery,...
2 page brochure.  Not Worth the Risk: Even if It's Legal. This brochure briefly addresses: Am I abusing prescription drugs? Is it risky? What could really happen? Aren't drugs just a way to deal with college life? How do I keep people away from my medicines? How can I cope better with stress and peer pressure? Resources.
Topics: substance use disorders, chemical dependency, prescription, pharmacology, self-help, stress, high...
12 pages. This guide is for men with substance use disorders who were abused as children. It explains some of the feelings that can surface when someone dependent on alcohol or drugs enters treatment. The guide also defines childhood abuse, lists symptoms of abuse, and informs the reader of how to handle childhood abuse issues while in treatment. Additional resources are included. This publication, based on Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons  With Child Abuse and Neglect Issues, TIP 36 in...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, treatment, male, recovery, child...
208 pages.  Includes bibliography.  Marijuana Treatment Project (MTP).  This manual is based on the research protocol used by counselors in MTP. It provides guidelines for counselors, social workers, and psychologists in both public and private settings who treat adults dependent on marijuana. The 10 weekly one-on-one sessions offer examples of how a counselor can help a client understand certain topics, keep his or her determination to change, learn new skills, and access needed community...
Topics: cannabis, marijuana, counseling, adult, treatment, diagnosis, motivation, abstinence, recovery,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 7, 2020
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15 pages.  Includes bibliography.  This is the latest in a series of publications issued biannually by SAMHSA since 1980. It includes mental health statistics at the national and State levels from 35 different data sources. The report is organized into three sections: People: the mental health status of the U.S. population and prevalence of mental illness; Providers: providers and settings for mental health services, types of mental health services, and rates of utilization; Payers:...
Topics: mental health, psychiatric, psychology, statistics, epidemiology, study, treatment, therapy,...
20 pages.  Includes bibliography.  December 20, 2012.  This report is the first of a series which will scope the evidence, or lack thereof, for the many, complex, and rarely linear factors that may contribute to recovery from drug or alcohol dependence. It maps the terrain of recovery. Contents: introduction, scope of the report, informing future work, what dependence and recovery is, scoping the evidence, the contribution of different themes to recovery, exploring the evidence, recovery...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, recovery, evidence based, study,...
70 pages.  Includes bibliography.  This booklet recaps a meeting to identify factors that promote or hinder recovery from mental illness or substance abuse for lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) individuals and to gain an understanding of their perspectives and experiences in advancing recovery. Also: trauma, lifespan, system level factors, partnerships, justice issues.
Topics: behavior, addiction, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, mental...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 7, 2020 Brownstein, Henry; Dunlap, Eloise; Golub, Andrew
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15 pages.  August 2012.  Includes bibliography.  The Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) program has been a valuable information resource with regard to confronting drug abuse, drug markets and the crime, safety, and public health impacts associated with them. ADAM obtains scientific measurements of drug use and related experiences among those persons who sustain  arrests. This study advanced the use of ADAM II data by developing the more complete story behind drug use trends through the...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorder, crime, epidemiology, statistics, study, research,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 7, 2020
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7 pages. Correctional trends  and statistics are detailed, regarding: prison populations, the number of people incarcerated, incarcertation for drug offenses, lifetime likelihood of imprisonment, incarceration by gender and race and ethnicity, life sentences, juveniles in adult prisons and jails, and expenditures.
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, youth, epidemiology, statistics,...
2 page brochure. This brief flyer addresses what impaired driving is, if you are the survivor of an impaired driving crime, where you can get help, some facts about impaired driving, and resources. OVC (Office for Victims of Crime).
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, crime, victim, safety,...
46 pages.  In 2006, 2008, and 2010, SAMHSA, as the lead agency for the Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Prevention of Underage Drinking (ICCPUD), coordinated national Town Hall  Meetings (THMs) to prevent underage drinking (UAD). These THMs provided communities with an opportunity to learn more about underage alcohol use and its consequences and to build their capacity in implementing evidence-based approaches that can help prevent UAD.
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, youth, prevention, community, communication, society, outcome, drinking,...
70 pages.  November 2020. Evidence-Based Resource Guide Series. This guide reviews interventions for people living with substance use and mental disorders who are at risk for or living with HIV. 
Topics: prevention, treatment, HIV, AIDS, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, substance use disorders,...
2 pages. This brochure briefly addresses: What do parents need to know? Understanding "Generation Rx". Recognize the signs of prescription drug abuse. Practical advice for parents. Resources. Not Worth the Risk: Even if It's Legal.
Topics: substance use disorders, chemical dependency, prescription, pharmacology, self-help, stress, high...
67 pages.  National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign. "Above the Influence" (ATI) is a national campaign created and implemented by the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign, a program of the Office of National Drug Control Policy. ATI informs and inspires teens to reject illicit drugs via TV, print, Internet, and local radio advertising--and, most importantly, in partnership with community organizations.
Topics: youth, prevention, arts, computer, communication, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders,...
222 pages.  Includes bibliographic references.  This document offers guidance and tools for early identification of children and adolescents with mental health or substance use problems in various settings: child welfare; early and primary care; family, domestic violence, and runaway shelters; juvenile justice; and schools.
Topics: children, diagnosis, youth, mental health, psychiatric, psychology, alcohol, alcoholism, substance...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 2, 2020
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2 page fact sheet. Written for teens and younger, this brochure presents the facts behind inaccurate myths  about underage drinking.
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, children, drinking, youth, prevention, juvenile literature, crime
4 pages.  July 2012.  This fact sheet explores the use and abuse of methadone as a painkiller, including the problem, statistics, and what can be done. National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Office on Smoking and Health.
Topics: substance use disorders, chemical dependency, epidemiology, statistics, study, research, health,...
42 pages.  October 10, 2012.  This report includes an analysis of the comments received through the NIH Request for Information (RFI): Input into the Scientific Strategic Plan  for the Proposed National Institute of Substance Use and Addiction Disorders. Intelligent Project Management.
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, government, evaluation,...
4 pages. October 2012. This fact sheet explores drinking and driving in the teenage population, including the problem, who is at risk, and what can be done. National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Office on Smoking and Health.
Topics: epidemiology, statistics, study, research, public health, alcohol, alcoholism, drinking, traffic,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 2, 2020 White, William L.
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3 pages. White responds to the opinion piece by Zafiridis and Lainas, which examined what distinguishes peer-based mutual aid from professional treatment, and how these cultural institutions can best relate to each other and the outside world of commodification, professionalization, and commercialization of the Twelve Steps.
Topics: Alcoholics Anonymous, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, self-help, group, narcotics,...
20 pages.  Includes bibliography.  This document offers general principles to assist in the planning, delivery, and evaluation of pharmacologic approaches to support the recovery of individuals with co-occurring disorders. It covers engagement, screening, assessment, treatment planning, and continuity of care.
Topics: pharmacology, dual disorders, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorder, mental health,...
4 pages. November 2012. This fact sheet helps parents and teachers recognize common reactions children of different age groups (preschool and early childhood to adolescence) experience after a disaster or traumatic event. Offers tips  for how to respond in a helpful way and when to seek support.
Topics: communication, children, youth, post-traumatic stress disorder, trauma, PTSD, parents, education,...
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Nov 2, 2020 White, William L.; C., Roger
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5 pages. White interviews Roger  C., a member of the We Agnostics AA group in Toronto, Canada, who has been researching the AA experiences of atheists and agnostics, a secular and religious alternative AA approach.
Topics: behavior, addiction, Alcoholics Anonymous, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Nov 2, 2020 Narcotics Anonymous
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2 page brochure. Narcotics Anonymous is an international, community-based association of recovering drug addicts with more than 61,800 weekly meetings in 129 countries worldwide. This brief informational brochure presents statistics, and looks at NA' s development, program, service organization, organizational philosophy, cooperation with other groups and individuals, membership demographics, and quality of life improvement areas.
Topics: substance use disorders, chemical dependency, narcotics, group, self-help, recovery, statistics,...
228 pages. Includes bibliography. Seeks to inform administrators and clinicians about appropriate diagnosis and treatment approaches that will help ensure the development or enhancement of effective lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) sensitive programs. C. 2001, 2003, 2009, 2012 (revised).
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, treatment, homosexuality,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Oct 31, 2020 Iversen, Les
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20 pages.  Includes bibliography.  Methoxetamine is a hallucinogen with a chemical structure similar to PCP and ketamine. Here the pharmacology, chemistry, harms, prevalence of use, price, and recommendations for methoxetamine are presented.
Topics: substance use disorders, chemical dependency, hallucinogens, pharmacology, epidemiology, economy,...
6 pages.  April 5, 2012.  Physical health conditions among adults with mental illnesses. This issue of examines common co-occurring mental and physical conditions and health care utilization. All findings in the report are annual averages adjusted for demographic variables, including age, based on combined 2008 and 2009 NSDUH data. Published periodically by the Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality (formerly the Office of Applied Studies), and SAMHSA. National Survey on Drug...
Topics: epidemiology, statistics, research, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, alcohol,...
10 pages.  July 2, 2012.  Monthly variation in substance use initiation among adolescents. Estimates of substance use initiation, also known as first-time use, provide an important measure of the Nation?s substance use problem and can help identify patterns of substance use. Although there has been substantial research on age at substance use initiation, few studies collect or examine information on month of initiation. This information could help parents, prevention providers, and...
Topics: epidemiology, statistics, research, substance use disorders, alcohol, alcoholism, chemical...
8 pages.  May 3, 2012.  Major depressive episode among full-time college students and other young adults, aged 18 to 22. Using combined data from the NSDUH for 2008 to 2010, this issue focuses on the prevalence of past year major depressive episode (MDE) among college students and other young adults ages 18 to 22. It compares the prevalence of MDE by gender and race/ethnicity, the extent to which symptoms interfere with activities and relationships, and the proportion which received...
Topics: epidemiology, statistics, research, substance use disorders, alcohol, alcoholism, study, health,...
5 pages.  November 20, 2012.  State estimates of underage alcohol use and self-purchase of alcohol: 2008 to 2010. This issue presents state estimates of past month alcohol use among persons aged 12 to 20, and state estimates of self-purchase of alcohol among past month drinkers. Published periodically by the Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality (formerly the Office of Applied Studies), and SAMHSA. National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH).
Topics: epidemiology, statistics, research, substance use disorders, alcohol, alcoholism, study, health,...
6 pages.  September 18, 2012.  Substance use disorders in substate regions: 2008 to 2010.   Includes bibliographic references. The NSDUH Report  is published periodically by the Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality (formerly the Office of Applied Studies), and SAMHSA. Substance use disorders (substance dependence or abuse) have a tremendous impact on the lives of our citizens, imposing burdens on  individuals, families, communities, and governments. Nevertheless, substance...
Topics: epidemiology, statistics, research, substance use disorders, alcohol, alcoholism, study, crime,...
6 pages.  April 12, 2012.  Trends in cigarette use among adolescents and young adults. This issue examines trends since 2004, with a particular focus on recent trends from 2008 to 2010, in cigarette use among adolescents aged 12 to 17 and among young adults aged 18 to 25. These trends include use in the past month, daily use in the past month, and number of cigarettes smoked per day among daily smokers. Published periodically by the Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality...
Topics: epidemiology, statistics, research, substance use disorders, alcohol, alcoholism, study, health,...
8 pages.  August 3, 2012.  Accessing national and state data from the national survey on drug use and health.  NSDUH  is one of the Federal Government's primary sources of data on the prevalence of substance use and mental illness in the United States. NSDUH was first conducted in 1971 and has been fielded annually since 1990. Approximately 67,500 in-person interviews are conducted each year. Topics examined in NSDUH include substance use, symptoms of substance use and mental disorders,...
Topics: epidemiology, statistics, research, substance use disorders, alcohol use disorders, depression,...
4 pages.  October 25, 2012.  Need for and receipt of substance use treatment among Hispanics. This issue of The NSDUN Report examines the need for and receipt of substance use treatment among Hispanics aged 12 or older. All  estimates in this report are annual averages based on the combined 2003 to 2011 data. Published periodically by the Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality (formerly the Office of Applied Studies), and SAMHSA. National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH).
Topics: epidemiology, statistics, research, substance use disorders, alcohol, alcoholism, study, health,...
7 pages.  November 15, 2012.  State estimates of adolescent cigarette use and perceptions of risk from smoking: 2009 and 2010. This issue uses data from the combined 2009 and 2010 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health to present State (including the District of Columbia) estimates of past month cigarette use and perceptions of great risk from smoking one or more packs of cigarettes per day among persons aged 12 to 17.4. These estimates are rank ordered from highest to lowest and divided...
Topics: epidemiology, statistics, research, substance use disorders, alcohol, alcoholism, study, health,...
7 pages. Prevention and Recovery is a quarterly newsletter highlighting prevention practices and success stories in Indian Country. It provides tools, resources, and information to prevent and address issues of alcohol and drug use disorders in tribal communities. V1(1): The first edition of the newsletter features articles on developing a Tribal Action Plan (TAP), obtaining TAP technical assistance, suicide prevention programs, and Justice Department grants to enhance law enforcement and...
Topics: abstinence, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, Native Americans,...
16 page newsletter.  October 2011.  Research Report Series.  Topics: Letter from the Director; What is prescription drug abuse? What are some of the commonly abused prescription drugs? What are opioids? How do opioids affect the brain and body? Is it safe to use opioid drugs with other medications? What are the possible consequences of opioid use and abuse? What are CNS depressants? How do CNS depressants affect the brain and body? What are the possible consequences of CNS depressant use and...
Topics: substance use disorders, chemical dependency, prescription, research, narcotics, depressants,...
2 pages.  A Pocket Guide.  This  pocket  guide is designed to help health care professionals quickly identify youth (ages 9 to 18) at risk for alcohol-related problems. Why use this tool? (1) It can detect risk early: In contrast to other screens that focus on established alcohol problems, this early detection tool aims to help you prevent alcohol-related problems in your patients before they start or address them at an early stage. (2) It's empirically based: The screening questions and...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, children, youth, tests, diagnosis, prevention, drinking, health care, high...
44 pages.  Includes bibliography. Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series #31 and 32. This Quick Guides helps clinicians tailor screening, assessment, and treatment for teens with alcohol abuse and drug abuse problems. It lists indicators and tools for screening and patient assessment, levels of inpatient and outpatient treatment, and distinctive treatment needs. TIP 31 focuses on the most current procedures and instruments for detecting substance abuse among adolescents, conducting...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, diagnosis, youth, evaluation,...
64 pages.  Includes bibliographic references.  One barrier to enhancing the recovery of patients in medication-assisted treatment programs is the attitude toward opioid addiction treatment medications from recovery mutual aid groups, particularly Narcotics Anonymous (NA). This is a paper on NA's views regarding NA member participation in the pharmacological treatment of opioid addiction and ways in which medication-assisted treatment programs might increase patients' participation in NA or...
Topics: Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, narcotics,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Oct 26, 2020 Clare, Glenda; Jones, Paula; Springer, Ryan; Williams, Aaron M.
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56 pages. Includes bibliography. This guide was developed to identify common workplace stressors for addiction professionals and provide strategies for both agencies and addiction professionals that can be used to address these stressors and promote overall self-care . To that end, the guide addressed such topics as nutrition, mental wellness, recovery management, and exercise. It also provided tools and resources to help addiction professionals identify and reduce stress. The guide has been...
Topics: self-help, self-esteem, counseling, professionals, industry, stress, behavior, addiction, alcohol,...
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Oct 26, 2020 Kaufman, Edward; Yoshioka, Marianne R. M.
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68 pages.  Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series #39. Defines family therapy and suggests family therapy concepts and techniques that substance abuse counselors can use. Describes integrated treatment models, family therapy for specific populations, and guidelines for domestic violence and child abuse screening. This best-practice guideline for the treatment of substance use disorders focuses on how substance abuse affects the entire family and how substance abuse treatment providers can...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, family, treatment, therapy,...
97 pages.  March 2011.  Includes bibliography.  The White House released this new report, a statistical portrait showing how women are faring in the United States today and how their lives have changed over time. This is the first comprehensive federal report on women since 1963. It focuses on five critical areas: 1. People, Families, and Income: describes various demographic characteristics and trends in women's marriage, living arrangements, childbearing, and poverty. 2. Education:...
Topics: family, female, women, government, youth, study, statistics, research, epidemiology, economy,...
30 pages. Includes bibliography. April 1, 2011. A SAMHSA White Paper.  This report discusses the evidence supporting the effectiveness of screening , brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) as a comprehensive approach, as well as for the implementation and effectiveness of the individual components of SBIRT for different behavioral health conditions.1 The report describes briefly the underlying research that has been conducted in the prevention and early intervention of risky...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, diagnosis, intervention, treatment, behavior, health,...
20 pages.The Evidence-Based Practices KITs  give states, communities, administrators, practitioners, consumers of mental health care, and their family members resources to implement mental health practices that work. This KIT introduces the evidence-based practices for Interventions for Disruptive Behavior Disorders and guides readers through their implementation. It provides an overview of the KIT's contents and guidance on using the KIT. This KIT is part of a series of Evidence-Based...
Topics: mental health, psychiatric, psychotherapy, psychology, evaluation, evidence based, dual disorders,...
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Oct 26, 2020 Dickens, Joyce R.
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176 pages. This dissertation contributes to the understanding of the early recovery experience of individuals recovering from alcohol and/or drug abuse by examining the narratives of individuals through their lived experiences. The research model was a qualitative study using the phenomenological approach. The primary research question addressed was: How do people describe the experience of recovery from alcohol and/or drug addiction during early recovery? The analysis focused on the overall...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, recovery, education, study,...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Oct 26, 2020 Gallon, Steven L.; Porter, John
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129 pages.  April 2011.  C. 2001 (1st edition); C. 2011 (2nd edition).  A companion document to TAP (Technical Assistance Publication) #21: Addiction Counseling Competencies: The Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Professional Practice. This is a full revision of the 2001 Rubrics document, and it is now available for use in service agency and counselor education settings. This version of the original 2001 document is easier to understand, and can be used as either a self-assessment or a...
Topics: counseling, education, professionals, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical...
46 pages.  Includes bibliography. This guide  is designed to help health care professionals quickly identify youth  (ages 9 to 18) at risk for alcohol-related problems. Why use this tool? (1) It can detect risk early: In contrast to other screens that focus on established alcohol problems, this early detection tool aims to help you prevent alcohol-related problems in your patients before they start or address them at an early stage. (2) It's empirically based: The screening questions and...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, children, youth, tests, diagnosis, prevention, drinking, health care, high...
34 pages. This booklet provides a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to making decisions about implementing evidence-based practices (EBPs). It walks readers through the process of considering EBPs and matching them with the needs of communities, agencies, families, and youth. It also presents critical information that will help readers understand and use scientific evidence when choosing a practice. This KIT is part of a series of Evidence-Based Practices KITs. Evidence-Based Practices KIT...
Topics: mental health, psychiatric, psychotherapy, psychology, evaluation, evidence based, dual disorders,...
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Oct 26, 2020 White, William L.; Milgram, Gail Gleason
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25 pages.  Certain people and certain institutions can become inseparable in one's mind, and such is the case with Dr. Gail  Milgram and the Rutgers Summer School of Alcohol and Drug Studies. This distinguished institution holds an honored place within the history of modern addiction treatment and recovery. (Imagine a time when you could attend training and rub elbows with the likes of Norman Jolliffe, E.M. Jellinek, Seldon Bacon, Dwight Anderson, Bill Wilson, Marty Mann, and other early...
Topics: history, behavior, addiction, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency,...
60 pages.This self-help, personal, fill-in-the-blanks journal helps you plan your recovery, and see your progress. This guide is designed to be used in conjunction with a mentor or sponsor. It offers a series of MAPS to help you understand thinking errors, build on your strengths, and overcome obstacles. There are six sections: 1 Where you are at now. 2 Where do you want to get to? (recovery planning). 3 Challenging your doubts (motivation enhancement). 4 Building your recovery capital (coping...
Topics: behavior, addiction, alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, recovery,...
131 pages.   DASIS Series: S-56. April 2011 . DASIS (Drug and Alcohol Services Information System).   This national report shows that from 1999 to 2009 substance abuse treatment admissions among those 12 and older have gone up for cases involving alcohol, opiates, and marijuana. One of the most notable shifts that has occurred in this period was in the rise of opiate admissions attributable mostly to prescription drugs, from 8% of all opiate admissions in 1999 to 33% in 2009. Another trend is...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, epidemiology, statistics, study,...
146 pages.  Includes index and bibliography.  Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series #53. TIP #53 assists behavioral health professionals who treat people with substance abuse problems in understanding the implications of a diagnosis of hepatitis. It discusses screening, diagnosis, and referrals, and explains how to evaluate a program's hepatitis practices. (A 508-co mpliant version of this document will be available soon.) This TIP is organized into two parts: Part 1 is for counselors...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, counseling, evaluation,...
6 pages.  June 16, 2011.  This short report provides information on the prevalence, patterns, and consequences of drug and alcohol use and abuse in the general U.S. civilian non institutionalized population, age 12 and older. In 2009, there were 77,971 emergency department (ED) visits for drug-related suicide attempts among males. By age group, the number of ED visits for drug-related suicide attempts among males aged 21 to 34 increased 54.6% between 2005  and 2009). Among males aged 21 to...
Topics: adult, alcohol, alcoholism, epidemiology, statistics, study, substance use disorders, chemical...
The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Oct 24, 2020 Anderson, David (editor)
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92 pages.  A journal of the National Institute on Drug Abuse.  July 2011.  [This is the final issue published by NIDA; future issues will be published online by BioMed Central.]. Addiction Science and Clinical Practice promotes dialogue between r esearchers and providers with the aim of improving drug abuse  treatment and research. Table of contents: Research Reviews: Neuronal Mechanisms Underlying Development of Nicotine Dependence: Implications for Novel Smoking-Cessation Treatments, by...
Topics: alcohol, alcoholism, substance use disorders, chemical dependency, science, treatment, counseling,...