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Trends to Watch

Recent Findings From Health and Human Services Substance Abuse Surveys

Pulse Check: Trends in Drug Abuse
NCJ 197242

Background on Faith-Based Initiatives

Children Living with Substance Abusing or Substance Dependent Parents

2001 National Statistics on Child Abuse and Neglect
The Department of Health and Human Services

The Growing Number of Kids in Severely Distressed Neighborhoods
Evidence from the 2000 Census


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