The Idaho Regional Alcohol Drug Awareness Resource (RADAR) Center is a substance use disorders, prevention, and treatment information clearinghouse.
Materials are provided free of charge to Idaho residents. Your only cost is for return postage on checked out videos/DVDs from the video lending library. The Center, a Boise State University program, is administered by the Institute for the Study of Behavioral Health and Addiction a partnership between the College of Education & the College of Health Sciences. Center operation relies on sponsors. Currently, the center operates on awards from the state Office of Drug Policy and the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Project Filter Program.