Aligning Substance Abuse Prevention With Mental Health and Primary Care


 

Aligning Substance Abuse Prevention with Mental Health and Primary Care – CSAP Director Frances Harding discusses with SAMHSA’s CAPT Principal Investigator Wayne Harding the agency’s vision for delivering prevention services in the context of behavioral health.

 

Georgia Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Initiative Launches Awareness

Filed under: drug abuse prevention

ATLANTA, Sept. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Georgia Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Initiative of The Council on Alcohol and Drugs, funded by the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) is …
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Saratoga Partnership for Prevention funds to run out next year

Filed under: drug abuse prevention

Formed in March 2000, the Partnership is a coalition of Saratoga County's Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Council, a nonprofit community-based organization. The council's mission is to provide education, information and referral services on …
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Substance Abuse Prevention Partnership receives grant

Filed under: drug abuse prevention

HUNTINGTON — The Cabell County Substance Abuse Prevention Partnership has received a grant from the Office of National Drug Control Policy, as as part of the office's Drug-Free Communities Support Program. CCCSAP, which is a project of the United …
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From Twitter:

Georgia #PrescriptionDrugAbuse Prevention Initiative Launches Awareness Campaign http://t.co/lQjSgqlR – by drugsreport (Drugs Report)

 

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RT @vetcampaign report finds faults with the military’s strategy on drug/alcohol abuse prevention http://t.co/QQ1FiOYF http://t.co/445BspTm – by Sober_Dallas (Eric)

 

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Georgia Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Initiative Launches Awareness … http://t.co/NsAnQFqN – by serenitynews (Adam Edvalson)

 

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