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SAMHSA News - July/August 2004, Volume 12, Number 4
 

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Publications in Spanish

The following new Spanish-language brochures are available:

Click to view "La Buena Salud Mental No Tiene Edad"

Click to view "El Envejecimiento, los Medicamentos y el Alcohol" Click to view "Ayudando a Sanarse a Sí Misma: Una Guía para Mujeres en Recuperación para Ayudarles a Enfrentar los Problemas Asociados con el Abuse Infantil"
NCADI #16805 NCADI #16806 NCADI #16762
La Buena Salud Mental No Tiene Edad (Good Mental Health Is Ageless) El Envejecimiento, los Medicamentos y el Alcohol (As You Age . . . A Guide to Aging, Medicines, and Alcohol) Ayudando a Sanarse a Sí Misma: Una Guía para Mujeres en Recuperación para Ayudarles a Enfrentar los Problemas Asociados con el Abuse Infantil (Helping Yourself Heal: A Recovering Woman's Guide to Coping with Childhood Abuse Issues).

To order these publications, contact SAMHSA's National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information at P.O. Box 2345, Rockville, MD 20847-2345. Telephone: 1 (800) 729-6686 (English and Spanish) or 1 (800) 487-4889 (TDD). End of Article

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Inside This Issue

Older Adults: Improving Mental Health Services
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  • Part 1
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  • Part 2
    Older Adults—Related Content:
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  • From the Administrator: Mental Health for Older Americans
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  • Resources for Older Adults
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  • Targeted Capacity Expansion Sites
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  • Countering Stigma
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  • Prescription Drugs & Alcohol Don't Mix
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  • Increases in Substance Abuse Treatment
      Chart—All Admissions, 2001
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  • Safety Tips on Medicines & Alcohol

    Stigma and Mental Illness: SAMHSA Raises Awareness

    SAMHSA Unveils Strategic Prevention Framework

    In Brief…
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  • HIPAA Publication
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  • Publications in Spanish
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  • Children's Program Kit
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  • ADSS Cost Study

    Behind the Numbers: SAMHSA's Survey on Drug Use

    For Many Youth, Summer Means First-Time Substance Use
    Related Content:  
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  • Chart—First Time Substance Use
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  • Young Drivers Report

    SAMHSA Releases Updated Directory of Treatment Programs

    Tip 40—Buprenorphine Treatment: Guide for Physicians

    Treatment Admissions Increase for Opiates, Marijuana, Methamphetamine

    Drug-Abusing Mothers Place Their Children at Risk

    Non-medical Use of Prescription Pain Relievers Increases

    Recovery Month Toolkit Now Available

    SAMHSA Revamps Agency Web Site, Improves Usability

    SAMHSA News

    SAMHSA News - July/August 2004, Volume 12, Number 4




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