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SAMHSA News - November/December 2004, Volume 12, Number 6

SAMHSA News in Print
2004 Index N–R

This index includes entries for all six issues of SAMHSA News for 2004. Each issue is numbered:

  • January/February (1)
  • March/April (2)
  • May/June (3)
  • July/August (4)
  • September/ October (5)
  • November/December (6).

Specific pages follow. Entries in boldface type are SAMHSA’s Matrix of Priority Programs described in detail on SAMHSA’s homepage at www.samhsa.gov. Entries in italics are publications.

N
narcotic abuse treatment admissions (2) 15; (4) 15; (5) 21
narcotic painkiller abuse (2) 15; (5) 21
Narcotics Anonymous (3) 11; (5) 2
Nashville Area Recovery Alliance (5) 4
National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month (3) 19; (4) 17; (5) 23
National Association for Children of Alcoholics (1) 11; (3) 10
National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (5) 7
National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice (5) 7
National Center on Homelessness and Mental Illness (5) 20
National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (3) 17
National Centers for the Application of Prevention Technologies (6) 6
National Child Traumatic Stress Network (2) 11; (6) 15
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (1) 6; (2) 2, 6, 13, 15; (3) 7, 9, 11-13, 16, 19; (4) 4-6, 8, 9, 11-13, 15, 17, 19; (5) 5, 16, 21, 23; (6) 11, 13, 19
national code for diagnosis and treatment (1) 3, 4
National Committee for Quality Assurance (1) 11; (5) 13
National Conference on Tobacco or Health (2) 13
National Conference on Women, Addiction, and Recovery (3) 17
National Co-Occurring Center for Excellence (5) 8, 14, 16
National Council on the Aging (3) 14
National Directory of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Programs 2004 (4) 13
National Drug Control Strategy (3) 8
National Household Survey on Drug Abuse (See National Survey on Drug Use and Health)
National Inhalant Prevention Coalition (1) 11
National Inhalants & Poisons Awareness Week (1) 11
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (3) 13
National Institute on Drug Abuse (2) 6; (4) 14; (5) 6, 7
National Mental Health Awareness Campaign (4) 4
National Mental Health Information Center (1) 6; (3) 16; (4) 7, 19; (5) 20; (6) 19
National Policy Academy on Improving Services for Youth with Mental Health and Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders Involved with the Juvenile Justice System (5) 6, 7
National Registry of Effective Programs and Practices (1) 6; (5) 8
National Resource Center for Child Traumatic Stress (2) 11
National Resource Center on Homelessness and Mental Illness (1) 13
National State Policy Academy on Co-Occurring Disorders (5) 8
National Survey on Drug Use and Health (1) 13, 15; (2) 10, 11; (3) 8, 9, 13; (4) 7, 10-12, 17; (5) 5, 16, 21, 23; (6) 9, 12, 13
Native American children of substance-abusing parents (4) 9
Native American recovery support (5) 4
New England Institute of Addiction Studies (3) 5
Non-Medical Use of Prescription Pain Relievers (4) 17

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Office for Civil Rights (1) 4
Office of Applied Studies (1) 2, 13, 15; (2) 10, 11, 15; (3) 8, 9, 13; (4) 7, 9-12, 17; (5) 5, 16, 21, 23; (6) 12, 13
Office of National Drug Control Policy (6) 8
Office on Child Abuse and Neglect, Administration on Children, Youth, and Families (3) 17
older adults (4) 1-6
 alcohol abuse (3) 14; (4) 5, 6
 As You Age…A Guide to Aging, Medicines, and Alcohol (4) 5, 6
 As You Age education materials (4) 5
 evidence-based practices for treating (4) 1, 2, 4
 mental health (3) 14; (4) 1-4
 Policy Academy (4) 3
 positive aging (4) 4
 prescription drug abuse (4) 3, 5
 prescription drugs and alcohol (4) 5, 6
 resources for (4) 4, 6
 service providers to (3) 14
 stigma (4) 1, 2, 4
 substance abuse (4) 6
opiate abuse treatment admissions (4) 15
opioid abuse treatment (2) 1-7, 12; (4) 14, 15; (6) 2, 9, 10
OraQuick® ADVANCE Rapid HIV-1/2 Antibody Test (6) 1, 2, 10
Overview of Findings from the 2002 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (4) 11
Overview of Findings from the 2003 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (6) 12, 13
oxycodone abuse (2) 3, 15; (4) 14; (5) 21; (6) 9
OxyContin®, non-medical use of (4) 17

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painkiller abuse treatment rates (2) 15; (5) 21
painkillers, abuse of (2) 3, 12, 15; (4) 17; (5) 21
Partners for Recovery (6) 6
past-month illegal drug use (5) 5
pastoral substance abuse counseling (3) 10, 11
patient information and rights (1) 3; (4) 9
peer-to-peer recovery (5) 1-4; (6) 14 (See also recovery)
poison awareness (1) 11
polar bears (4) 10
Policy Academies
 on Aging (4) 3
 on Co-Occurring Disorders (5) 8
post-traumatic stress disorder (2) 11
Power, A. Kathryn (1) 8; (6) 6
pregnant women (3) 16; (4) 16; (6) 15, 19
prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, and cigarette smoke (4) 16
prescription drugs
 abuse of (3) 8; (4) 5, 6, 17; (6) 13
 abuse by youth (2) 10
 and alcohol (4) 5, 6
 treatment for abuse of (2) 1-4; (4) 15
President’s National Drug Control Strategy (3) 8
President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health (2) 8, 9; (3) 3; (5) 7; (6) 5
President’s proposed 2005 budget (2) 8, 9
prevention, substance abuse
 among youth (1) 2; (2) 13; (3) 8, 13; (5) 17, 23
 and support groups (5) 4
 community-based (6) 8
 funding (2) 8, 9
 grants (1) 6; (2) 8, 9; (3) 16; (6) 4, 8, 14, 15
 interventions (6) 19
 need for services (4) 10; (5) 5
 of alcohol use (1) 11; (3) 13
 of relapse (5) 2
 of substance abuse (4) 8; (6) 8
 of tobacco use (2) 13
 strategies (3) 11
 workforce (6) 6
preventive behavioral services (6) 19
privacy of information (1) 3-5; (4) 9
Program To Aid Re-Entry of Young Offenders into the Community (3) 16
Project FOCUS (4) 2
Project Hope (6) 17
Project Renewal (4) 3; (5) 19
Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (2) 8, 9
Promoting Older Adult Health (3) 14

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quality measures (5) 12, 13

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R
racial disparities in access to treatment (5) 13
rapid HIV testing (6) 1-3, 10
Reach Out Now: Talk with Your Fifth Graders About Underage Drinking (3) 13
Reasons for Not Receiving Substance Abuse Treatment (1) 13
recovery
 and employment (5) 20
 and faith-based organizations (5) 23
 from substance abuse (3) 8, 19
 model of mental health (3) 4
 peer support (6) 14
 support services (5) 1-4
Recovery Community Services Program (5) 1-4
Recovery Month (3) 19; (4) 17; (6) 12, 13
Report to Congress on the Prevention and Treatment of Co-Occurring Substance Abuse Disorders and Mental Disorders (5) 13, 14
residential treatment
 facilities (4) 13
 for children, youth (1) 1, 8-10
 for women, children (3) 16; (4) 16; (6) 15
resources on co-occurring disorders (5) 13
restraint and seclusion (1) 1, 8-10
rural areas, substance abuse treatment in (2) 4, 15

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