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

SAMHSA News in Print
2004 Index S–Y

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.

S
SAMHSA
 Disaster Technical Assistance Center (3) 15
 Matrix of Program Priorities (4) 19; (5) 8; (6) 5
 National Advisory Council (5) 17
 online Communications Center (4) 19
school dropouts and substance use (1) 15
Science to Services Initiative, SAMHSA (3) 5
Seasonality of Youth’s First-Time Use of Marijuana, Cigarettes, or Alcohol (4) 12
seclusion & restraint (1) 1, 8-10; (6) 15
Serious Mental Illness and Its Co-Occurrence with Substance Use Disorders, 2002 (5) 16
service coordination by severity (5) 11
service providers to older adults (3) 14
service-to-science grants (1) 6, 7
services for substance abuse (3) 15
services grants (1) 6
short reports on statistics (5) 21
Spanish-language materials (4) 9
Stark, Kenneth D. (5) 17
state departments of vocational rehabilitation (5) 20
State Estimates of Substance Use from the 2002 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (5) 5
stigma
 and older adults (4) 1, 2, 4
 associated with addiction (3) 19
 of mental illness (3) 3; (4) 1, 2, 7
Strategic Action Plans (5) 8
Strategic Prevention Framework (2) 8, 9; (3) 8; (4) 8; (5) 8; (6) 4, 14
Strategies for Developing Treatment Programs for People with Co-Occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Disorders (5) 13
substance abuse
 among youth (See youth)
 and mental health disorders (5) 9-16
 budget (2) 8, 9
 helpline (4) 5
 impact on families (6) 11
 in metropolitan statistical areas (1) 15
 prevention (See prevention)
 treatment admissions (4) 15
 treatment for justice-involved youth (5) 6, 7
Substance Abuse Among Older Adults: A Guide for Social Service Providers (3) 14
substance abuse treatment and families (6) 11, 19
Substance Abuse Treatment and Family Therapy (6) 11
substance abuse treatment capacity (1) 11, 13, 15; (2) 1-8, 12, 15; (3) 5-8, 14, 16, 17; (4) 5, 6, 9, 13-15; (5) 6-8, 18; (6) 9, 10
Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator (4) 13
suicide (5) 6
Synar Amendment (2) 13

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Targeted Capacity Expansion Grant program (3) 8; (4) 1-3; (6) 14, 15
technical assistance (3) 15, 17; (5) 3, 16
teenagers (See youth)
Thompson, Tommy G. (2) 8; (3) 1, 2, 4; (4) 8; (5) 18
Ticket to Work/Work Incentives Improvement Act (5) 20
tobacco control (See cigarettes)
Too Smart To Start (1) 11; (3) 13
training
 behavioral health providers (6) 5, 6
 buprenorphine treatment (2) 1-7; (6) 9, 10
 child welfare issues (3) 17
 for clergy (3) 10
 for treating older adults (4) 4
 seclusion and restraint (1) 1, 8-10
trauma-related services (3) 15
traumatic stress, child (2) 11
treatment
 admissions (2) 15; (4) 6, 15; (5) 21
 and families (6) 11, 19
 and housing (5) 15
 and recovery support services (2) 8
 codes (1) 3
 confidentiality of (4) 9
 costs of (4) 9
 criminal justice referrals (5) 21
 directory of programs (4) 13
 evidence-based (5) 7
 facilities (1) 1, 8-10; (4) 13
 family-centered models (5) 7
 for alcohol abuse (1) 13, 15; (3) 19; (4) 13, 15; (5) 5
 for co-occurring disorders (5) 9-16
 for homeless people (3) 16; (6) 15
 for illicit drug use (1) 13
 for mental disorders (5) 16
 for substance abuse (1) 11, 13, 15; (2) 1-5, 7, 8; (3) 17, 19; (4) 5, 6; (5) 5, 16, 18; (6) 9, 10
 for substance abuse in justice-involved youth (5) 6, 7
 for teen marijuana use (3) 5-7
 for women (3) 16, 17; (4) 16; (6) 15
 integrated (1) 12; (5) 9-16
 perceived need for (1) 13; (5) 16
 residential (4) 13
Treatment Admissions in Urban and Rural Areas Involving Abuse of Narcotic Painkillers Treatment (2) 15
Treatment Admissions Involving Narcotic Painkillers (2) 15
Treatment Episode Data Set (1) 15; (4) 6, 15; (5) 21
Treatment Episode Data Set Summary of Findings: 2002 (4) 15
Treatment Improvement Protocol—TIP (2) 2; (3) 14; (4) 14, 15; (6) 11
Treatment Locator Web site (4) 13

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U
underage alcohol use (1) 11; (3) 13; (4) 12; (6) 13
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (2) 9
U.S. Department of Justice (5) 6, 7
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (2) 9; (5) 13
U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (2) 5; (4) 14
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (2) 1, 3, 12; (3) 8; (4) 5, 14; (6) 9
Use of Buprenorphine in the Pharmacologic Management of Opioid Dependence: A Curriculum for Physicians (2) 2, 3

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V
veterans, substance abuse treatment (1) 15
Volkow, Nora D. (5) 13
vouchers for treatment (3) 8; (5) 18

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W
Web site redesign (4) 19
wellbriety (5) 4
What Is Substance Abuse Treatment? A Booklet for Families (6) 19
White Bison, Inc. (5) 3, 4
Windham Recovery Community Center (5) 4
withdrawal treatment approach (4) 14, 15
women (3) 16, 17; (4) 16; (6) 15, 19
Work as a Priority: A Resource for Employing People Who Have Serious Mental Illnesses and Who Are Homeless (5) 19, 20
workforce development (6) 5-7
workplace drug testing (3) 12
workplace substance abuse (6) 12
World Health Organization (3) 2

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Y
Young Offender Reentry Program (6) 14
youth
 alcohol use (1) 11; (3) 13; (4) 12; (6) 13
 and cigarettes (2) 13; (4) 12
 Availability of Illicit Drugs among Youths (2) 11
 cannabis treatment series (3) 5-7
 driving and substance abuse (4) 12
 illicit drug use (2) 10, 11; (3) 8; (6) 12
 immigrant substance use (1) 2
 in the juvenile justice system (5) 6, 7
 marijuana use (6) 12
 marijuana use and treatment (2) 10; (3) 5-7, 9; (4) 12
 mental health facilities (1) 1, 8-10
 prescription drug abuse (2) 10
 runaways, drug and alcohol use (5) 21
 substance abuse (1) 2; (4) 12
 suicide (5) 6
 with co-occurring disorders (5) 6, 7

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