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SAMHSA News - November/December 2005, Volume 13, Number 6

SAMHSA News In Print 2005 Index—Volume 13

Index N–R

This index includes entries for all six issues of SAMHSA News for 2005. 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.

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narcotic pain reliever use (5) 8
National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month (2) 19; (4) 5; (5) 8
National Alliance for Mental Illness (1) 12; (3) 4; (4) 9; (5) 15; (6) 14
National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (1) 5; (4) 8-10; (5) 4, 15; (6) 14
National Center for Health Statistics (5) 5
National Center on Child Traumatic Stress (2) 11
National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative grants (2) 12, 15; (6) 10
National Child Traumatic Stress Network (5) 19; (6) 6, 7
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (1) 7, 15; (2) 8, 9, 13, 19; (3) 3, 4, 7, 11; (4) 6, 13; (5) 9, 16, 17; (6) 16, 17
National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare (4) 8, 9; (6) 14
National Directory of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Programs 2005 (3) 10
National Drug Addiction and Recovery Month (3) 13
National Drug Control Strategy (1) 13
National Expenditures for Mental Health Services and Substance Abuse Treatment, 1991-2001 (3) 2, 3
National FASD Awareness Day (4) 7
National Institute of Mental Health (1) 8; (6) 13
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (6) 12-14
National Institute on Drug Abuse (1) 13; (2) 17; (3) 13
National Mental Health Association (4) 9; (6) 14
National Mental Health Information Center (1) 7; (3) 13; (5) 7; (6) 5
National Outcome Measures (2) 15; (3) 3; (4) 11; (6) 11
National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (5) 17
National Resource and Training Center on Homelessness and Mental Illness (2) 2; (6) 18
National Resource Center for American Indians and Alaska Natives (5) 12
National Strategy for Suicide Prevention (5) 4-7
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (5) 5-7, 19
National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (3) 15
National Survey on Drug Use and Health (1) 15; (2) 9; (3) 11; (4) 6, 13; (5) 2, 7-9; (6) 9, 12
National Trauma Consortium (1) 5, 6
Native Programs Directory, One Sky Center (5) 12
Navajo tribe (5) 10, 12, 17
New Freedom Commission on Mental Health (See President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health)
New Paths to Recovery initiative (3) 10
Non-Governmental Organizations (1) 9

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Office of Applied Studies (1) 15; (2) 9; (3) 7, 11, 15; (4) 13, 15; (6) 9
Office of National Drug Control Policy (2) 12, 17
older adults
 As You Age (3) 7
 Do the Right Dose (3) 7
 Medicare coverage (4) 1-3, 8, 9
 mental health services grants (2) 12; (6) 10
 Older Americans in Substance Abuse Treatment:
 Update
(3) 7
 Older Americans Month (3) 7
 opiate abuse (3) 7, 10
 prescription drug abuse (3) 7
 prescription drug coverage (4) 1-3, 8, 9
 relapse prevention (6) 16
One Sky Center (5) 10, 12
opioid abuse (3) 7, 10, 13; (4) 15; (5) 13, 16, 19; (6) 8, 17
Opioid Treatment Programs (6) 8
OTC drug abuse (1) 15
oxycodone abuse (5) 8
OxyContin abuse (1) 13

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painkiller abuse (1) 13; (4) 15
pain-reliever abuse (5) 8
Partners for Recovery (2) 7
Planning a Town Hall Meeting on FASD (4) 7
Physician Clinical Support System (5) 13
post-traumatic stress (2) 10, 11; (3) 13; (6) 3
Power, A. Kathryn (1) 2, 5, 12; (3) 13; (5) 2, 10; (6) 18
Practice Improvement Collaboratives: Final Report (5) 17
pregnant women (4) 6, 7
prescription drugs
 abuse of (3) 7; (5) 8
 Medicare/Medicaid coverage (4) 1-3, 8, 9; (5) 13
 treatment for abuse of (1) 15; (3) 10
President's 2006 budget (2) 14, 15
President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health (1) 3, 12; (2) 15; (3) 5; (5) 2, 3, 15
prevention
 alcohol use by pregnant women (4) 7
 mental illness (5) 4
 suicide (1) 7; (2) 12; (5) 5-7, 12, 19
prevention, substance abuse
 among youth (1) 13; (5) 9
 and HIV/AIDS among minority populations (1) 7
 budget (2) 15
 campus (4) 12, 13
 grants (2) 12
Project Coming Home (2) 1
Project 1 Billion Book of Best Practices: Trauma and the Role of Mental Health in Post-Conflict Recovery (2) 10, 11
Project Venture (5) 11
Psychotropic Medications: Addressing Costs Without Restricting Access (1) 12
Public Health Service Act (2) 17
public spending (3) 2, 3

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Quick Guide for Clinicians on TIP 41 (3) 4
Quick Statistics Web site (3) 15

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Reach Out Now (2) 19
Recovering Hope: Mothers Speak Out About FASD (4) 7
recovery (2) 7, 13; (3) 4; (4) 4, 5; (5) 1-4, 15; (6) 1-5
Recovery Month (2) 19; (3) 13; (4) 5; (5) 9
Report on the Post-September 11 State Disaster Relief Program of SAMHSA's Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (2) 13

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Empowering Recovery

Inside This Issue

Hurricane Recovery:
Part 1
Part 2
Administrator's Message
First-Person Accounts
Resources
Children's Trauma Network
Methadone, Buprenorphine
Estimates of Substance Use in Affected States

Efforts To Stop Underage Drinking
Part 1
Part 2

Making a Difference for America's Youth

Update: Medicare Rx Benefit

TIP 43: Opioid Treatment

SAMHSA 2005 Grants

SAMHSA Report Highlights Outcome Measures

Conference Addresses Homelessness

Methamphetamine Update

Relapse Prevention for Older Adults

Journal: Employee Assistance Alliance

Brochure: In the Best of Families

Booklet: Faces of Change

SAMHSA News In Print 2005 Index—Volume 13
Index A–D
Index E–M
Index N–R
Index S–Y

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SAMHSA News - November/December 2005, Volume 13, Number 6




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