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SAMHSA News - November/December 2007, Volume 15, Number 6


SAMHSA News In Print 2007 Index-Volume 15

Index A-D

This index includes entries for six issues of SAMHSA News for 2007. Each issue is numbered: January/February (1), March/April (2), May/June (3), July/August (4), September/October (5), and November/December (6). Specific pages follow. Entries in italics are publications.

A

absenteeism (5) 12; (6) 19
Access to Recovery (2) 8; (3) 3; (5) 6, 7; (6) 4, 5
access to treatment (5) 1-5
Ad Council (2) 11; (4) 8
addiction counseling (1) 12; (5) 11
Addiction Counseling Competencies: The Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Professional Practice (1) 12
Addiction Severity Index (3) 11; (4) 2
Addiction Technology Transfer Center-ATTC (1) 12; (2) 6; (3) 10-12; (5) 6
addiction treatment (2) 17; (5) 1-6
Addressing Co-Occurring Disorders in Non-Traditional Service Settings: Overview Paper 4 (4) 11
Administration on Aging (1) 2
Administration on Children, Youth, and Families (4) 10
admissions to treatment (4) 3; (5) 2, 4
adolescents (See youth)
Adopting Changes To Improve Outcomes Now-ACTION (5) 3, 5
Afghanistan mental health services (4) 5
African Americans (1) 11; (3) 2, 4, 17; (5) 6
AIDS (See HIV/AIDS & hepatitis)
Alaska Natives (See American Indians)
alcohol abuse/use
      and depression (3) 16
      and sexually transmitted disease risk (3) 5
      binge drinking (1) 10; (2) 5; (4) 5
      by employees (5) 12, 13
      by Latinos (2) 5
      by older adults (1) 2, 3, 5
      by pregnant women (4) 7
      first-time (4) 8
      prevalence of (5) 12
      screening (2) 19
      treatment for (3) 14; (4) 13
      underage drinking (1) 8, 10; (2) 10-12; (3) 16; (4) 8; (5) 8, 9
Alcohol and Drug Treatment: How It Works, and How It Can Help You (5) 10
Alcohol Awareness Month (2) 11, 12
Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention (SBI) for Trauma Patients: COT Quick Guide (2) 19
Alcoholics Anonymous (4) 2; (5) 10
American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma (2) 19
American Indian/Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian Resource Kit (4) 7
American Indians/Alaska Natives (2) 9; (4) 3, 4, 7; (5) 6
American Medical Association (3) 19
American Muslims (2) 14, 15
American Psychiatric Association (3) 19
An Action Plan for Behavioral Health Workforce Development (2) 17
Arab Americans (2) 14, 15
Association for Addiction Professionals (1) 12
Association of Problem Gambling Service Administrators (4) 12
As You Age (1) 2

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B

Behavioral Health Awards (6) 19
behavioral workforce development (2) 17
benefits for homeless (2) 1-5
binge drinking (1) 10; (2) 5; (4) 5
Blending Initiative (3) 10, 11
block grants (2) 8; (3) 3, 4; (5) 6
board and care homes (2) 7
brief interventions for substance abuse (2) 19
Bringing Excellence to Substance Abuse Services in Rural and Frontier America (4) 2
budget, President's (2) 8, 9, 16; (4) 11
Building Bridges: Consumers and Representatives of the Mental Health and Criminal Justice Systems in
   Dialogue
(1) 15
Building Bridges: Mental Health Consumers and Primary Health Care Representatives in Dialogue (1) 15
buprenorphine (1) 7; (2) 6
Bush administration (1) 3, 7; (2) 8, 9, 16; (5) 15

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C

Call to Action To Prevent and Reduce Underage Drinking (2) 10-12; (4) 8
Caribbean Basin and Hispanic Addiction Technology Transfer Center (3) 10, 12
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (3) 2, 4; (6) 10
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (1) 2, 6
Centers for the Application of Prevention Technologies (1) 9, 10
Central America (3) 10, 12
change theory (2) 13
child welfare system (4) 10
children & families (3) 7, 19; (4) 4, 7, 8, 10, 13; (5) 6
children's mental health
      and disasters (3) 8, 19
      traumatic stress (5) 6
cigarette use (See tobacco use)
Clark, H. Westley (1) 7; (3) 12, 17; (5) 2, 8, 9; (6) 4
client-centered counseling (2) 13
Cline, Terry L. (1) 3; (2) 3, 8-10, 16; (3) 3, 6, 7, 17, 19; (4) 3, 5; (5) 2, 3, 7-9, 13; (6) 2, 3, 4, 7, 9, 12
Clinical Supervision One: Building Chemical Dependency Counselor Skills (3) 11
clinical supervisor competencies (3) 17
cocaine (1) 10; (5) 9; (6) 12
codeine (3) 14
college students (3) 9; (6) 1-3, 10, 11
Communities That Care (1) 8-10
community-based intervention awards (1) 13
community-based treatment (5) 5-7
community prevention planning (1) 8-10
Comparing Drug Testing and Self-Report of Drug Use among Youths and Young Adults in the General
   Population
(4) 13
Competencies for Substance Abuse Treatment Clinical Supervisors (3) 17
confidentiality (5) 11
consumers of mental health services (1) 11, 15; (6) 8
continuous quality improvement (5) 2
Co-Occurring Center for Excellence (4) 11; (5) 11; (6) 6
co-occurring disorders (1) 5; (4) 11-13; (5) 7, 9, 11; (6) 6
counseling skills (3) 11, 17
criminal & juvenile justice (1) 15; (2) 6; (4) 11; (5) 5, 7, 10
criminal recidivism (2) 8
crisis counseling (3) 8

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D

dementia (1) 5
depression (1) 2, 3, 5; (3) 16, 19; (5) 9, 11
Depression among Adolescents (3) 16
Depression among Adults (3) 16
Depression and Anxiety Prevention Among Older Adults (1) 5
Depression and the Initiation of Alcohol and Other Drug Use among Youth Age 12 to 17 (3) 16
detoxification (1) 12; (3) 11
Developing Competitive SAMHSA Grant Applications (3) 13; (4) 11; (5) 7
disability applications and benefits (2) 1-5
disaster readiness & response (3) 8, 9
discrimination against Arab Americans and American Muslims (2) 14, 15
"Do the Right Dose" (1) 2
drug abuse screening (4) 10
Drug Abuse Warning Network, 2005: National Estimates of Drug-Related Emergency Department Visits (2)
   17
Drug Addiction Treatment Act (1) 7
drug courts (2) 8; (4) 11
Drug-Free Communities (5) 6
Drug-Free Community program (4) 4
drug testing (5) 12, 13
drug tests vs. self-reports (4) 13
Drugs, Alcohol and HIV/AIDS: A Consumer Guide for African Americans (3) 17

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