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Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Policy

Substance Abuse: A National Challenge: Prevention, Treatment and Research at the Department of Health and Human Services

Lessons from Prevention Research

Principles of Effective Treatment

President's Treatment Initiative

Active Ingredients of Effective Treatment for Alcohol Problems
Primer 4

Exploring Myths about Drug Abuse

Federal Drug Data Sources

Few States Use Alcohol Taxes to Fund Treatment Programs

A National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Suggests One-Third of Adults are "Risky Drinkers"

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