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


SAMHSA News In Print 2005 Index—Volume 13

Index S–Y

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.

S
SAMHSA
 Co-Occurring Center for Excellence (2) 8
 Disaster Technical Assistance Center (5) 19; (6) 3, 5
 Emergency Response Center (5) 19; (6) 1-5
 FASD Center for Excellence (4) 7; (5) 10
 National Outcome Measures (4) 11
science-to-service model (5) 17
Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral, and Treatment Programs (2) 14; (6) 8
seclusion & restraint (1) 5
serious mental illness (2) 3, 4, 9; (5) 1-4
short reports (1) 15; (3) 7, 11, 15; (4) 13; (5) 7; (6) 9
Social Security Act (1) 11
Social Security Administration (5) 1
SPAN USA (5) 7
State Estimates of Substance Use from the 2002–2003 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health (2) 9
State Incentive Grants (5) 4; (6) 10
state outcome data (4) 11; (6) 11
State Outcomes Measurement and Management System (2) 15; (4) 11; (6) 11
statistics (1) 15; (3) 7, 11, 15; (4) 13; (5) 7; (6) 9
Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act (2) 3
stigma (5) 7, 16; (6) 17, 18
stimulant use (4) 15
Strategic Prevention Framework (1) 7; (2) 15; (4) 13; (6) 15
Strengthening Communities for Youth (4) 4
stress (1) 7; (5) 19
stress, post-traumatic (2) 10, 11; (3) 13; (6) 3
substance abuse
 and criminal justice offenders (5) 16
 and HIV/AIDS screening (2) 13
 and homelessness (2) 1-4
 and mental health disorders (5) 9
 block grants (2) 15
 budget (2) 14, 15
 by pregnant women (4) 6
 campus screening (4) 12
 mortality (4) 15
 need for treatment (5) 9
 perception of risk (1) 15
 prevention (See prevention)
 stigma (5) 16
 treatment counselors (5) 16
 use rates (2) 9
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Data Archive (3) 15
substance abuse treatment capacity
 grants for (4) 12, 13; (5) 14
 group therapy (3) 4
 in American Indian communities (5) 10-12
 in criminal justice system (5) 16
 office-based treatment (3) 10
 spending on treatment (3) 2, 3
Substance Abuse Treatment for Adults in the Clinical Justice System (5) 16
Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons with Co-Occurring Disorders (2) 8
Substance Abuse Treatment: Group Therapy (3) 4
Substance Use During Pregnancy: 2002 and 2003 Update (4) 6
Successful Strategies for Recruiting, Training, and Utilizing Volunteers: A Guide for Faith- and Community-Based Service Providers (2) 13
suicide (2) 10, 12; (4) 4, 5, 15; (5) 5-7, 10, 12, 19; (6) 5
Suicidal Thoughts among Youths Aged 12-17 with Major Depressive Episode (5) 7
Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1) 7; (5) 5-7, 19; (6) 5
Suicide Prevention Resource Center (5) 5-7
Supporting the Survivor (3) 13
Synar Amendment (1) 10; (5) 15

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T
Targeted Capacity Expansion (2) 12; (3) 5; (4) 12
teenagers (See youth)
tele-health (1) 1-4
terrorism, response to (1) 7
Texas, Bexar County, Jail Diversion (3) 5
TIPs (See Treatment Improvement Protocol)
Tips for Teens: The Truth About Inhalants (5) 17
tobacco (5) 15 (Also see cigarettes)
TOPOFF 3 (3) 12
training
 addiction counseling (2) 6, 7
 buprenorphine treatment (3) 10; (6) 17
 response to mass violence and terrorism (1) 7
 suicide prevention (5) 7
tranquilizer use (5) 8
Transformation Trends (5) 15
Transforming Mental Health Care in America—The Federal Action Agenda: First Steps (5) 1-4, 15
trauma services (1) 5, 6; (6) 6, 7
treatment
 access to treatment (1) 1-4
 admissions (1) 15; (3) 7, 15
 alcohol use by pregnant women (4) 7
 assertive community (2) 4
 campus substance use (4) 12, 13
 costs, mental health and substance abuse (3) 2, 3
 facilities (3) 7, 11, 15; (5) 5, 19
 for co-occurring disorders (1) 6; (2) 8
 for homelessness grants (4) 12
 for methamphetamine abuse (5) 14
 for offenders in criminal justice system (5) 16
 for opioid addiction (5) 13, 19; (6) 17
 for reentry of incarcerated youth (5) 14
 for substance abuse (3) 4, 10; (5) 14, 16
 for substance abuse in Indian communities (5) 10-12
 integrated counseling (1) 6
 of trauma survivors (1) 5, 6
 protocol for counselors (5) 16
 use of technology (1) 1-4
 youth involvement in (4) 4, 5
Treatment Episode Data Set (1) 15; (3) 7, 15
Treatment Facility Locator (3) 11; (5) 5, 19
Treatment Improvement Protocol (2) 8; (3) 4; (5) 13; (6) 17
tsunami disaster relief (2) 11
12-step concept (4) 5

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U
underage alcohol use (2) 19; (5) 9; (6) 12-14
United Nations (2) 11
U.S. Army (1) 8
U.S. Department of Agriculture (2) 5, 6; (6) 15
U.S. Department of Defense (1) 8; (6) 13
U.S. Department of Education (5) 1; (6) 7, 13, 15
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (1) 8; (2) 1, 2, 5, 11, 15; (3) 12; (5) 1, 4; (6) 2, 4, 5, 13, 15
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (2) 1, 2, 5; (5) 1; (6) 15
U.S. Department of Justice (1) 7; (6) 13, 15
U.S. Department of Labor (5) 1; (6) 15
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (2) 2, 3, 5; (5) 1
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (2) 17; (3) 7
U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (2) 2, 4
U.S. Surgeon General (5) 7; (6) 12, 13
Using the Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator (3) 11
USNS Mercy (2) 11
Utah Alliance for Families (4) 4

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V
vicodin abuse (1) 13
victims of crime (3) 13
video telecommunications, teleconferencing (1) 1-4
Voice Awards (4) 10
voice-over-Internet telephone (1) 2, 4
Volkow, Nora D. (1) 13
volunteers (2) 13; (6) 1-5

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W
What You Need To Know (4) 7
wireless communications (1) 1-4
Women, Co-Occurring Disorders, and Violence Study (1) 6
Work as a Priority: A Resource for Employing People Who Have Serious Mental Illnesses and Who Are Homeless (2) 4
workforce development (2) 6, 7
World Bank (2) 10
World Federation for Mental Health (2) 10
World Health Organization (1) 9; (2) 10

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Y
Young Offender Reentry Program (4) 13
youth
 access to treatment (5) 14
 alcohol use (4) 4, 5; (5) 9; (6) 12-14
 American Indians/Alaska Natives (1) 15
 and cigarettes (1) 10, 13; (5) 9, 15
 cocaine use (5) 8, 9
 driving under the influence (1) 15
 illicit drug use (1) 13; (5) 8, 9
 inhalant use (1) 13; (5) 17
 involvement in own treatment (4) 4, 5
 marijuana use (1) 13; (5) 8
 mental illness (4) 4, 5
 methamphetamine use (5) 8
 painkiller abuse (1) 3
 perception of substance abuse risk (1) 15
 prevention measures (2) 12; (5) 9
 recovery (4) 4, 5
 re-entry from incarceration (5) 14
 suicide (4) 4, 5; (5) 5-7, 10

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