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Flash content requires the free Adobe Flash Player. Family Checkup Developed by the Child and Family Center at the University of Oregon, Family Checkup: Positive Parenting Prevents Drug Abuse highlights parenting skills that are important in preventing the initiation and progression of drug use among youth. NIDA TV Spotlight: Communities That Care NIDA TV interview with Communities that Care Co-Developer, Dr. David Hawkins, following his discussion on treating addiction through a community supported science-based approach. The National Institute on Drug Abuse hosted the presentation of Dr.
Hawkins’ introduction of electronic training for CTC in Rockville, Maryland, February 2014. Update on Communities That Care prevention program. This unique event on September 9, 2009 brought together representatives from key federal agencies involved in preventing and combating substance abuse in the United States. Lessons from Prevention Research Describes principles important to consider when developing drug abuse prevention programs and discusses issues relevant for family, school, and community settings. Presents research-based drug abuse prevention principles, an overview of program planning, and critical first steps for those learning about prevention. Addiction Science and Clinical Practice: Volume 6, Number 1 Presents current knowledge on a variety of addiction issues, including nicotine’s effects on brain function, inhalant abuse, and maternal tobacco use and its effects on children. Past information on many drugs of abuse is available on our Archives site.
Clinical Trials Clinical trials are research studies in human volunteers conducted to answer specific health questions. Learn about the NIH-sponsored clinical trials available to you. NIDA Clinical Trial Locator – answer a few simple questions and get contact information for Clinical Trials near you. NIH Clinical Trials and You – NIH site that helps explain about clinical trials and why people participate. NIDA coordinated network of research institutions conducting human trials on drug abuse solutions. Research Studies at NIDA Intramural Research Program – located in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Too many children live in poverty and suffer from preventable illness, neglect, abuse, inadequate education and violence. These problems are solvable if we each do our part. 5 million children in America, nearly 1 in 5, are poor, more than two-thirds living in working families. The burden of poverty falls disproportionately on minority children, with nearly 1 in 3 Black and nearly 1 in 3 Latino children affected compared to 1 in 8 White children. The challenges that poor children face accumulate and interact, casting long shadows throughout their lives.