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Designed for employers, this brochure highlights the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign and instructs employers about becoming involved. The camp...(more)
TAP 25: The Impact of Substance Abuse Treatment on Employment Outcomes Among AFDC Clients in Washington State
This document analyzes the effects of substance abuse treatment on employment outcomes among Aid to Families With Dependent Children (AFDC) recipients...(more)
CSAP Technical Report 12: Urine Specimen Collection Handbook for Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs
This handbook provides guidance to collectors who will be collecting urine specimens in accordance with the Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace...(more)
This post card provides information about the dangers of marijuana use. It was designed for organizations to distribute to teen employees.
This guide will help employers and business leaders understand the value of investing time in the community through programs that promote volunteering...(more)
This booklet gives managers an idea of what to do if drug abuse becomes a problem with their employees
Discusses the role of EAPs in alcohol and drug prevention and examines numerous studies demonstrating their cost-effectiveness.
This pamphlet explains briefly how drug abusing employees cost U.S. businesses billions of dollars in absences, accidents, medical costs and performan...(more)
Offers practice guidelines for incorporating employment services into alcohol abuse and drug abuse treatment. Offers recommendations about vocational ...(more)
This publication introduces vocational services and resources, and presents clinical issues related to integrating vocational services into a substanc...(more)
This workbook helps employers deal with drugs in their workplace.
Alcohol and the Workplace
This full-color, 11"X17" poster was developed for employers to post in their break rooms, cafeterias, and other places where employees gather to remin...(more)
Among adults aged 18 to 64 who were currently employed full time, 29.1 percent smoked cigarettes during the past month. Females aged 18 to 64 who were...(more)
The purpose of the Drug-Free Workplace Kit is to provide public and private workplaces, from small to large and from local to global, with credible, a...(more)
This kit has ideas for employers on how to encourage non-smoking in the workplace. It is produced by the American Cancer Society.
14 Employer Cost Savings briefs were created to provide information on the costs of substance use disorders (SUD) for employers and guidance on how th...(more)
Pocket card for workers that discusses the importance of working drug-free and provides sources of help for those who may be struggling to do so. Info...(more)
Summarizes statistics and findings from a national assessment of deaths associated with methadone use and of the possible role played by opioid treatm...(more)
This table topper promotes the idea that distillers are trying to prevent underage drinking by refusing to serve alcohol to teens.
Offers tips supervisors can use to help ease the transition and manage stress for disaster response workers returning to work, recognize and reduce po...(more)
Tips for Supervisors of Disaster Responders: Helping Staff Manage Stress When Returning to Work (Spanish Version)
Offers tips and strategies families can use to help disaster response workers return home and adjust to daily life. Describes things to keep in mind w...(more)
This guide offers information and resources to help community-based organizations and other workforce intermediaries build and sustain quality pre-app...(more)