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

81. Division Of Alcoholism And Drug Abuse
American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry Amersa Association for Medical Education Research in substance abuse ASAM American Society of Addiction Medicine
NYU Medical Center Home NYU School of Medicine Home Research Home Administration ... Calendars
Division of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Department of Psychiatry
New York University School of Medicine
For information: Marc Galanter, M.D., Director, Division of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Department of Psychiatry, NB20N28, NYU School of Medicine, 550 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016. Phone: (212) 263-6960 Fax: (212) 263-8285. Support for this project was provided by the Scaife Family Foundation. Organized by:
Center for Medical Fellowships in Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (at NYU)

Sponsered by:
AAAP American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
ASAM American Society of Addiction Medicine Spirituality and the Healthy Mind: Science, Therapy
and the Need for Personal Meaning
by Marc Galanter, M.D., Director of the Center This book, describing the field of spirituality in medicine by, was released by Oxford University Press in Summer 2005. Order from

82. Teen Challenge World Wide Network - Refresh Screen
Information about affiliated centers around the world providing Christianbased programs for adolescents with mental health or substance abuse issues.

83. Massachusetts Substance Abuse Information And Education HELPLINE
Online searchable database of alcohol and drug abuse treatment resources throughoutMassachusetts.

Mass Support Help Search
The Helpline maintains a current list of substance abuse and disaster support providers.
This data was last updated on 9/9/2005 and contains 870 providers. Join the Substance Abuse Helpline mailing list Email:
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84. Issues In Focus Substance Abuse
Discusses the stance the US Government has taken on substance abuse. Site offers statistics and links to articles.

85. Signs And Symptoms Of Substance Abuse
Signs and Symptoms. Behavior characteristics associated with substance abuse Association with known substance abusers. Unusual borrowing of money from
Signs and Symptoms
Behavior characteristics associated with substance abuse
  • Abrupt changes in work or school attendance, quality of work, work output, grades, discipline. Unusual flare-ups or outbreaks of temper. Withdrawal from responsibility. General changes in overall attitude. Deterioration of physical appearance and grooming. Wearing of sunglasses at inappropriate times. Continual wearing of long-sleeved garments particularly in hot weather or reluctance to wear short sleeved attire when appropriate. Association with known substance abusers. Unusual borrowing of money from friends, co-workers or parents. Stealing small items from employer, home or school. Secretive behavior regarding actions and possessions; poorly concealed attempts to avoid attention and suspicion such as frequent trips to storage rooms, restroom, basement, etc.
Drug Schedules Signs, Characteristics and Information
on use of Specific Substances ALCOHOL Beer, Wine, Whiskey, Vodka, Gin, Scotch MARIJUANA Marijuana, Hashish, Hash Oil STIMULANTS Crack, Powdered Cocaine, Methamphetamine

86. Online Counseling With Kevin Fritz CSW. Private & Professional!
Practicing licensed and insured social worker, with a background in both mental health and substance abuse. Email or private chat counseling. Paypal accepted.
On-Line Counseling... privately, confidentially, in your own home/office   by Kevin Fritz, CSW/MSW, CSSW, R.Hyp Please Click Here to Enter!

87. North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board
This is the official site of the The North Carolina substance abuse ProfessionalCertification Board, Inc.
The North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board, Inc. The Board became a duly chartered corporation in August 1984, and was granted statutory status by N.C.G.S. 90-113.30 of 1994, - in order -
  • To establish standards for professional practice in the alcoholism and addiction service delivery systems,
  • To provide a means by which individuals certified under these standards may be recognized and identified as possessing the necessary competencies as professionals in the field of alcoholism and addictions counseling,
  • To establish a means by which alcoholism and addiction professionals may demonstrate their integrity and credibility to the general public and to other health care professionals,
    - and -
  • On August 28, 1997, the North Carolina House of Representatives passed Senate Bill # 712, the "Certified Clinical Addictions Specialist Bill" which added to the 1994 statute, and specifically established... The North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board as the credentialing body in the state for all substance abuse professionals.

88. Advice For Alcohol & Drug Problems
Offer advice and counselling on alcohol and other drug misuse as well as a wide range of other services. FAQ and information on the substance abuse Subtle Screening Inventory.
apas is an independent provider of all kinds of services designed to reduce the harm alcohol causes to individuals, families and the communities they live in. BBC ONE Life series are looking to make a film about an individual who is concerned about the amount one member in their family is drinking and wants to do something to help them get help. For more information click here Adrian life – literally, I was told that if I didn’t stop drinking I could be dead within a year." Kate - " when I drank it turned me into someone else – aggressive, argumentative" Leon " Leon felt that his main problem with alcohol was that he could not control his anger when under the influence and this had lead to a number of offences" A Day in the life a poem from one of our service users 36 Park Row, Nottingham NG1 6GR Tel: Lo-call 08457 626 316 or 0115 941 4747 General enquiries: 0115 948 5570 Fax: 0115 948 5571 Email Registered Charity Number 1070109

89. Substance Abuse
substance abuse. Here at the University of Chicago, you face many opportunities for Any person can develop problems of substance abuse or dependence.
Student Counseling
Substance Abuse
Here at the University of Chicago, you face many opportunities for growth and change. With opportunities come choices. Among these are decisions regarding the role that alcohol and other drugs will have in your experience here. Many people have actually used alcohol or other drugs prior to coming to the University. All people begin to form expectations about the effects of these substances long before they ever consider using them. Entering the University community, however, often leads to new opportunities, incentives, and even pressures to use or abuse alcohol or other drugs. Whether you are over or under 21, the legal drinking age, you will be faced with decisions regarding the use of alcohol and other drugs. When encountering opportunities at parties, on dates, or in your dorm or apartment to use or abuse alcohol or other drugs, it is important to remember that you have choices. Prepare yourself to make informed decisions. The consequences of alcohol or other drug use can be devastating. The choices you make can affect your academic performance, increase your chance of contracting a sexually transmitted disease or developing other acute or chronic physical problems, expose you to legal repercussions, or jeopardize your enrollment at the University (which prohibits the unlawful manufacture, possession, use, distribution, sale, or purchase of alcohol or illicit drugs). Any person can develop problems of substance abuse or dependence. Some factors, however, can place certain individuals at increased risk for these problems. Such factors include having a close relative, such as a parent or sibling, who has a problem with drugs or alcohol. Being closely involved with someone, such as a family member, spouse, or friend, who displays alcoholic or addictive behavior can also lead to emotional conflicts and subsequent problems in managing relationships and getting along with others.

90. Family Service Of Central Indiana, Inc. - Home
An organization in Indianapolis, Indiana that provides counseling and services on relationships, children, domestic violence, substance abuse, and elderly and senior issues.
Home About Us Pledge Volunteer News Events Our Services We're hiring! Family Service is looking for several dedicated individuals to join our staff. Family Service restructures, hires new staff! Family Service of Central Indiana, Inc. today announced strategic changes to its administrative team. Family Service wins award! The United Way of Central Indiana (UWCI) and Indiana Black Expo presented Family Service of Central Indiana, Inc. with the Agency Diversity Award. Tax credits are back! Family Service is one of a select group of not-for-profit organizations in the state to be awarded NAP tax credits. This allows our donors to receive a credit on their state income taxes for 50% of their donation
Family Service is accredited by the Council on Accreditation
Family Service is proud to partner with: Page Last Modified: 7/13/2005

91. Center For Treatment Research On Adolescent Drug Abuse | University Of Miami
Center for Treatment Research on Adolescent Drug Abuse the National Instituteon Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the Center for substance abuse Treatment (CSAT).
Center for Treatment Research on Adolescent Drug Abuse Site People askUM Calendar myUM / EASY Site Map ... UM Home Center for Treatment Research on Adolescent Drug Abuse These broad goals are achieved through the conduct of ongoing research studies; collaboration with local and national treatment providers; consultation with members of the Scientific Advisory Board, Methodology Workgroup, and other consultants to the various projects; presentation and publication of research findings; and research training activities. Five major clinical studies are currently ongoing at the CTRADA, all of which examine treatment process and outcomes with clinically referred drug abusing youth in community settings. The first is a randomized clinical trial comparing Multidimensional family therapy with residential treatment for dually diagnosed severe drug abusing youth. The second study examines the feasibility and clinical impact of transporting an empirically supported family-based treatment ( Multidimensional Family Therapy, MDFT CSAT Cannabis Youth Treatment initiative , a multi-site collaborative study. In addition to these treatment studies, CTRADA investigators at the University of Miami and the University of Utah are conducting a study of the process of treatment in family therapy for adolescent drug abuse. CTRADA has received NIDA funding for five new projects, each of which is focused on transporting MDFT into unique service delivery

92. Louisiana Alcohol Rehabilitation Louisiana Drug Rehabilitation LA Rehab Center
Facility provides residential and outpatient therapy for treatment of alcoholism, drug addiction, substance abuse, chemical dependence, gambling addiction and sexual addiction.
The Palmetto Addcition Recovery Center is a Louisiana Drug Rehabilitation Center and a Louisiana Drug Rehabilitation Center . The Palmetto Addiction Recovery Center offers Alcohol Rehab, Drug Rehab, Gambling Rehab, Sexual Addiction Rehab and Dual Diagnosis. Contact the LA Rehab Center for Drug Addiction Treatment, Alcoholism Treatment, Gambling Addiction Treatment and Dual Diagnosis.

93. Substance Abuse Information
substance abuse Information, Text Only Site Text Only Site provides thefollowing services relative to the presenting problem of substance abuse

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

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he Village mission is to improve the health and well being of individuals, families and their communities impacted by substance abuse, mental disorder and other related social problems. We will accomplish this mission by providing a continuously improving continuum of care that is cost effective and culturally competent. This includes prevention, intervention, treatment, education, research and evaluation.
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95. "The Mendez Foundation - The Innovator In Drug And Violence Prevention Education
A substance abuse and violence prevention organization, focuses on alcohol, tobacco and drug prevention education among children and teenagers.


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96. Home Page Of The Division Of Alcohol And Substance Abuse - DSHS
Persons interested in information on substance abuse may call the WashingtonState Alcohol/Drug Clearinghouse at 206725-9696 (from Seattle or out of
DSHS Main Page Search Contact DSHS Privacy ... DSHS in detail
Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse
The Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse promotes strategies that support healthy lifestyles by preventing the misuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, and support recovery from the disease of chemical dependency.
How to access services
Many potential clients are referred by employers or social, judicial, and health systems. Persons interested in finding out about services in their community can look under "Washington State Alcohol/Drug" in the Blue Pages of the telephone directory. You can also call the Alcohol and Drug 24-Hour Help Line at 206-722-3700 (from Seattle or out of Washington State) or toll free at 1-800-562-1240 (from within Washington State) for crisis counseling or referral services. Persons interested in information on substance abuse may call the Washington State Alcohol/Drug Clearinghouse at 206-725-9696 (from Seattle or out of Washington State) or toll free at 1-800-662-9111 (from within Washington State).

97. Mental Health And Substance Abuse
Mental health information related to alcohol and drug abuse, arranged by drug type.

98. - Journal Of Substance Abuse Treatment
The Journal of substance abuse Treatment (JSAT) features original reviews, trainingand educational articles, special commentary, and especially research
Home Site map Regional Sites Advanced Product Search ... Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment Journal information Product description Editorial board Audience Abstracting/indexing ... For advertising and sponsorships For Authors Guide for authors Subscription information Bibliographic and ordering information Conditions of sale Dispatch dates Journal related information Contact the publisher Most downloaded articles Other journals in same subject area Related publications ... Select your view JOURNAL OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
A. Thomas McLellan

See editorial board for all editors information
The Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment (JSAT) features original reviews, training and educational articles, special commentary, and especially research articles that are meaningful to the treatment of nicotine, alcohol, and other drugs of dependence. JSAT is directed toward treatment practitioners from all disciplines (medicine, nursing, social work, psychology, and counseling) in both private and public sectors, including those involved in schools, health centers, community agencies, correctional facilities, and individual practices. The editors emphasize that JSAT articles should address techniques and treatment approaches that can be used directly by contemporary practitioners.

99. Behavioral Health - Cicatelli Associates Inc.
Provides training and technical assistance to substance abuse and mental health providers, as well as to health and social service agencies that address addictions and mental illness.
Behavioral Health
projects related to this topic: The Five Borough AIDS Mental Health Alliance (FAMHA) Empire State Training Association The Substance Abuse and Alcoholism Training Institute (SAATI)
CAI's Behavioral Health Division provides training and technical assistance to substance abuse and mental health providers, as well as to health and social service agencies that address addictions and mental illness. CAI has extensive expertise working with providers who serve multiple-needs clients, with topics ranging from assessment strategies to empirically validated treatment interventions. The Behavioral Health Division has developed and delivered training programs on a variety of behavioral health topics, including
  • children and trauma post-traumatic stress disorder crisis management behavior change relapse prevention harm reduction vocational rehabilitation case management treatment issues working with difficult clients

100. Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Providers Of NYS
Membership includes programs and agencies throughout New York State which providealcoholism and substance abuse prevention, treatment, research and
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Prevention, Treatment and Research Working Together in New York State
Our Mission
The Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers of New York State is committed to working together to support organizations, groups, and individuals that prevent and alleviate the profound personal, social and economic consequences of alcoholism and substance abuse in New York State. ASAP is a not-for-profit membership association which seeks to improve the quality of life in New York State by advocating for and promoting the highest quality treatment, prevention, research and training. Our membership includes coalitions, programs and agencies throughout New York State which provide alcoholism and substance abuse prevention, treatment, research and evaluation and concerned individuals and corporations who wish to support our mission. ASAP is a vehicle for coordination, shared vision and collaboration. ASAP provides a strong unified voice while representing the entire continuum of service providers as well as organizations and individuals who are committed to working to enhance the visibility and image of the entire field.

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