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SAMHSA News - January/February 2004, Volume 12, Number 1
 

SAMHSA Helps Reduce Seclusion and Restraint at Facilities for Youth

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For more information on Grants to Support Restraint and Seclusion Training in Programs That Serve Children and Youth, visit the Coordinating Center's Web site at www.cwla.org/programs/behavior. The site features links to the project's report cards, an annotated bibliography, and other resources. End of Article

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SAMHSA Helps Reduce Seclusion and Restraint at Facilities for Youth
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  • Part 1
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  • Part 2
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  • Demonstration Sites
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    Acculturation Increases Risk for Substance Use by Foreign-Born Youth
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  • Discretionary Grant Categories

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