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Offers tips for helping teen blow off steam in a healthy way.
Use this guide to help you talk to your doctor or pharmacist about medicines called antidepressants (an-tee-de-press-ants) that can help to treat depr...(more)
This fact sheet, designed for college students, dispels some myths about depression.
This sheet lists federal guidelines for disposal of medications.
This fact sheet is produced by the Drug Policy Alliance and tells about alcohol, its use and the risks of drinking.
This book gives facts about drug legalization.
Chasing the frogs and camels out of Los Angeles : The movement to limit alcohol and tobacco billboards
Reports on the successful campaign in Los Angeles in 1997 to restrict the use of billboards advertising alcohol and tobacco.
Fact sheet contains information on: Prevalence of alcohol use in boys ages 12-17, Some risk factors for boys who use alcohol
Research shows, however, that teens and young adults do believe their parents should have a say in whether they drink alcohol. Parenting styles are im...(more)
This booklet suggests activities, programs, and materials that can stimulate thinking as communities create their own Too Smart to Start initiatives. ...(more)
Tobacco use remains the leading preventable cause of death and disease in the United States. Talk to your patients. Tell them that quitting smoking is...(more)
Hazelden's underage alcohol-use prevention series. It is a four week kit. This curriculum is a revised edition of the original Slick Tracy curriculum ...(more)
Provides tips to help disaster response workers prevent and manage stress. Includes strategies to help responders prepare for their assignment, use st...(more)
A guide for families on preventing underage drinking
This interactive CD-ROM shows kids how to keep themselves healthy. It has links to websites and a music video.
This table topper promotes the idea that distillers are trying to prevent underage drinking by refusing to serve alcohol to teens.
This pamphlet lists some of the common drugs and their street name commonly used.
The Talk Kit is your guide to starting the conversation, finding opportunities for talking and preparing for questions from your teen.
Providing Services and Supports for Youth who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex or Two-Spirit
This Practice Brief is for policymakers, administrators, and providers seeking to learn more about (1) youth who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgen...(more)
This is the August 2013-January 2014 Course Catalog
This brochure was created to provide parents a resource with tips, tools, and information to help make conversations with their kids about not smoking...(more)
KAP Keys for Clinicians Based on TIP 29: Substance Use Disorder Treatment for People With Physical and Cognitive Disabilities
Designed to aid screening, patient assessment, and access to care for people with physical disabilities, developmental disabilities, and alcohol abuse...(more)
this brochure describes Join Together Northern Nevada, a coalition in Reno, NV
Vol. 23, Issue 13 Study of patients in a Midwestern residential treatment program finds 71% of those reporting synthetic cannabinoid use report using...(more)
Designed specifically for military parents of tweens and teens, this kit provides ideas on how to start the conversation about drugs and alcohol, scri...(more)
This is a Companion Guide to Preventing Youth Violence: Opportunities for Action. Provides information and action steps to help each of us stop youth ...(more)
This brochure describes the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration's (SAMHSA's) Co-Occurring Center for Excellence (COCE), a national resour...(more)
Facts on older adult behavioral health: Emotional Health; Substance Abuse/Misuse; and Suicide.
This video can be viewed on the SAMHSA website by clicking on the link below. The video presents trends and advances in the treatment of alcohol and d...(more)