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Alcohol Research Current Reviews (ARCR)

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The Journal of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. NIAAA’s peer-reviewed journal, Alcohol Research: Current Reviews (ARCR) and the accompanying Alcohol Alert are housed on the NIAAA Web site. The landing page features the latest content, an alcohol research topic index, archived issues, and helpful links for contributors.


ATTC – The Bridge: Linking Science and Service

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The Bridge is a semi-annual e-pub that links science and service by providing information and tools on technology transfer and implementation science strategies.


ATTC’s Messenger- Monthly Newsletter

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Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network accelerates lasting change in behavioral health care systems by translating, disseminating and promoting the adoption and implementation of  effective and culturally sensitive clinical practices.

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Bipolar Network News

January 2017 Bipolar Network News Newsletter

The latest news on bipolar disorder research and treatment.


Campaign for a Healthy Alcohol Marketplace Newsletter

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Advocates who want to loosen or eliminate various alcohol regulations claim our laws are “antiquated, byzantine, or from the Prohibition era.” Their conclusion is that alcohol should be sold in our free market system just like any other legal product. How do we answer such claims? We need to help clarify the issue by stating that all products sold for human consumption must be regulated for public health and safety; that the US markets are highly regulated; that government interference is often needed to keep markets competitive and free of monopolistic domination.


Community Coalitions of Idaho Newsletter

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March 2017 Community Coalitions of Idaho Newsletter

Community Coalitions of Idaho is a non-profit organization that was created in 2009 to strengthen advocacy efforts for substance abuse prevention in Idaho.  CCI works to facilitate collaboration and encourage cooperation among Idaho community coalitions in order to address policies and issues with a united voice.


Idaho Department of Health and Welfare: Behavioral Health Newsletter

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The State of Idaho provides state funded and operated community based mental health care services through Regional Behavioral Health Centers (RBHC) located in each of the seven geographical regions of the state. Each RBHC provides mental health services through a system of care that is both community-based and consumer-guided.


Idaho Department of Health and Welfare: Prevent the Sale

February 2017 Prevent the Sale Newsletter

A newsletter for Idaho Tobacco Retailers. Sponsored by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.


Idaho Office of Drug Policy Newsletter

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The Idaho Office of Drug Policy leads Idaho’s substance abuse policy and prevention efforts by developing and implementing strategic action plans and collaborative partnerships to reduce drug use and related crime, thereby improving the health and safety of all Idahoans.


IRETA Current

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March 2017 IRETA Current Newsletter

The IRETA Current is disseminated twice monthly to addiction and allied health and human service providers, as well as policymakers, advocates, and researchers interested in prevention, treatment and recovery. The Current features training opportunities in Pennsylvania and throughout the nation, news, resources and research updates.


Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs

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January 2016, Volume 77, Issue 1

The Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (2007-present) is the oldest substance-related journal published in the United States, formerly the Journal of Studies on Alcohol (1975-2006) and the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (1940-1974). JSAD is a multidisciplinary journal, publishing research on all aspects of the use of, abuse of, and dependence on alcohol, illicit substances, and inhalants; tobacco use and dependence; and the misuse of prescription medication. The range of topics includes, but is not limited to, the biological, medical, epidemiological, psychiatric, social, psychological, legal, public health, socioeconomic, genetic, and neuroscientific aspects of substance use.


Mental Health E-News

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March 3, 2017 Mental Health Enews

The latest science, practice and public information updates from Idaho, NIMH, SAMHSA, and more. The Idaho State University Institute of Rural Health provides this twice-monthly E-News under our partnership with the National Institute of Mental Health.


National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse

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As science unlocks the complex addiction puzzle we will find new, better ways to prevent, treat and perhaps even eliminate this devastating disease. This is changing the way doctors, researchers and the public view and treat addiction and substance use. By better understanding this complex disease, we will improve health, save lives and save money. Ending addiction will change everything.


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NIAAA Spectrum

NIAAA Spectrum is an online Webzine published by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. It features the latest news from the alcohol research field, storytelling graphics, and interviews with NIAAA staff and researchers from the field. The latest issue is now available- Volume 9, Issue 1


National Institute on Drug Abuse

nidaNIDA’s mission is to lead the Nation in bringing the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction. This charge has two critical components. The first is the strategic support and conduct of research across a broad range of disciplines. The second is ensuring the rapid and effective dissemination and use of the results of that research to significantly improve prevention and treatment and to inform policy as it relates to drug abuse and addiction.

What’s New at NIDA? Newsletter: March 2016 National Institute on Drug Abuse


Recovery Campus

Winter 2017 Issue

A publication of the Association of Recovery in Higher Education.


Recovery Research Institute

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At the Recovery Research Institute (RRI), our aim is to present the evidence about addiction recovery and how you can achieve it on your own, by engaging with communities that support recovery, or by seeking treatment. We hope you will get involved, sign up for our newsletter, and contribute to our understanding of recovery through research.


SALIS eProceedings: Substance Abuse Library and Information Studies

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Established in 2014, the Substance Abuse Library and Information Studies is the eProceedings of the Annual Conferences of the Substance Abuse Librarians and Information Specialists (SALIS).


SAMHSA Headlines

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March 13, 2017 SAMHSA Headlines

Your one-stop source for the latest from SAMHSA.


SAMHSA Newsletter

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August 2016 SAMHSA Newsletter

SAMHSA News is now a dynamic, continuously updated publication. Subscribe to stay up-to-date on the latest news and articles!


SAMHSA Prevention & Recovery Newsletter

tloa-newsletter-buttonPrevention & Recovery: A Multi-Agency Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Collaboration is a quarterly publication highlighting prevention practices and success stories in Indian country. It is designed to provide tools, resources, and information to prevent and address issues of alcohol and drug use disorders in tribal communities.

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Town Hall Meetings E-Alert

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Every 2 years, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration sponsors national Town Hall Meetings to educate communities about underage drinking and to mobilize them around its prevention. Prevention is working! Help continue the downward trend in underage drinking by planning to host or attend a meeting in your area.