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Provides information for parents, educators and concerned citizens on the impact alcohol use has on children.
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.
CHPA developed this trifold brochure to help employees take advantage of the 2003 Internal Revenue Service ruling making over-the-counter (OTC) medici...(more)
This report will be of interest to policymakers concerned with substance abuse and child maltreatment. The report focuses on understand addiction, su...(more)
There is only one thing worse than getting hit by a drunk driver, not wearing your seat belt. Wearing your seat belt can save your life.
It's a thin line between you and a drunk driver so wear your seat belt.
Providing weekly updates for Professionals, Counselors, Educators, Parents and Activists
This is the August 2013-January 2014 Course Catalog
The following Federal Mental Health Action Agenda articulates specifi c, actionable objectives for the initiation of a long-term strategy designed to ...(more)
The confidentiality of alcohol and drug abuse patient records regulation and the HIPAA privacy rule : implications for alcohol and substance abuse programs.
This guide is geared toward substance abuse treatment programs subject to and already complying with the confidentiality requirements (Part 2) issued ...(more)
Marin Institute has released the country's first guide to restricting out-of-home (OOH) alcohol advertising. The guide will help policymakers draft ef...(more)
This fact sheet tells about the Smart Disposal program and has a tear-away portion that describes how to safely dispose of prescription drugs.
This bookmark gives tips on how to safely dispose of prescription drugs.
This poster gives instructions on how to dispose of medication.
This bookmark gives information on disposing of medications in Spanish.
This brochure will tell you how to properly dispose of medications and why it is important to do.
There is a great paucity of nationwide data related to the cost benefit of substance use treatment. However, the research conducted in selected States...(more)
This report is one of two documents reflecting the activities of the 2008 THMs. This report summarizes the promising outcomes of the THM initiative in...(more)
Examines what the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act means for service providers and people who need treatment for substance abuse or menta...(more)
Secondhand Smoke: Triumphs and Tragedies is a 10-minute video that puts a human face on the issue by telling the stories of six individuals whose heal...(more)
This sheet gives some compelling arguments, backed by facts on why marijuana should not be legalized. (4 pgs.)
Provides descriptions of the 9 exemplary and 33 promising programs selected by the Safe, Disciplined, and Drug-Free Schools Expert Panel established b...(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)
Recaps a meeting involving survivors of suicide attempts, health care professionals, researchers and policymakers to discuss factors in recovery and s...(more)
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 document outlines the Administration's five-year plan to reduce drug use and its consequences.
Companion to the National Drug Control Strategy
National Drug Control Strategy Executive Summary 2011 (Spanish Language Version)
Executive summary of the 2011 National Drug Control Strategy.
Fact sheet from the Office of National Drug Control Policy to accompany the 2011 National Drug Control Strategy outlining federally funded community-b...(more)