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  1. Analysis of Barriers to the Delivery of Integrated Primary Care Services and Substance Abuse Treatment: Case Studies of Nine Linkage Program Projects by Michele Teitelbaum, 1992
  2. Can the Army expand its role in the domestic counter-drug fight?: An individual study project (USAWC military studies program paper) by Richard R Majauskas, 1992
  3. Project application guidelines for alcohol and other drug abuse program funding by Victor J Contrucci, 1992
  4. Program evaluation report, 1991-1992 for the drug prevention training project for counselors and other support services personnel in the Public School ... County California (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:374389) by Donald L. Kester, 1993
  5. Quest: A drug abuse program or sensitivity training (Spirit of truth) by Shirley West, 1989
  6. Drug abuse in the military impacts national security: An individual project (USAWC military studies program paper) by Dorothine Murphy, 1988
  7. The importance of immediate and intensive intervention in a court-ordered drug rehabilitation program: An evaluation of the F.I.R.S.T. Diversion Project ... and the Alameda County Probation Department by Jeffrey S Tauber, 1993
  8. Report of a project to create a regional coordinating mechanism for drug abuse prevention programs in a fifteen county region of southern Illinois by Richard E Kriner, 1975
  9. Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime (TASC) projects (National evaluation program. Series A) by Mary A Toborg, 1976
  10. Executive summary, an evaluation of Project Opportunity: A primary prevention program for women in major life transition by Christine Bitonti, 1989
  11. Development of a research instrument to access drug use in a public school system: Pilot project: Leon County, Florida Public Schools by Patricia Ann Tennant, 1971
  12. Some suggested additions to the Excelsior House program (Applied Anthropology Documentation Project) by C. Ronald Rosenstiel, 1971
  13. A report of outcomes of project D.A.R.E. with eighth grade students by Jill Wright Van Burgh, 1995
  14. Project Self-Esteem: A Parent Involvement Program for Improving Self-Esteem and Preventing Drug and Alcohol Abuse, K-6 by Sandy McDaniel, Peggy Bielen, 1991-02-01

21. RI: Drug And Alcohol Abuse Prevention
Home programs drug and Alcohol Abuse PreventionClub projects from around the world.
Home Programs Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Club projects from around the world Select a Program... AIDS Combating Hunger Concern for the Aging Disaster Relief Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Interact Literacy Preserve Planet Earth Rotary Community Corps (RCC) Recognition and Awards Rotary Fellowships Revolving Loan Funds Rotaract Rotary Friendship Exchange Rotary Volunteers Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Urban Peace Vocational Service Activities Service to Women World Community Service (WCS) Youth Exchange
... or consult the programs listing
Rotary International joins V.P. Al Gore in anti-drug initiative
Club projects from around the world
Club projects from around the world
Rotary clubs investigate the extent of drug abuse within their own communities and carry out a variety of service projects to combat the problem. By promoting community awareness about potential drug problems, supporting substance abuse prevention programs and treatment centers, and creating alternatives to drugs, Rotarians are helping their communities become drug-free.
  • Rotarians in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, funded a bakery workshop to provide vocational training for recovering drug addicts.

22. Justice Programs Office
several nationalscope projects for the US Department of Justice, funded by thedrug Courts Program Office (DCPO). The Office of Justice programs drug Court

Drug Courts

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T he Justice Programs Office of the School of Public Affairs (SPA) at American University was established to support SPA's mission of applying the tools of scholarship and professionalism to the design and management of public programs. The Justice Programs Office provides technical assistance, research, evaluation, and training services to domestic and foreign government agencies and organizations in the area of justice system operations. JPO projects address a wide range of policy, program, resource, and operational issues relating to the administration of justice, coordination of public programs, and the delivery of justice system, social and related services. The office has conducted over 1,500 technical assistance, research, training, and evaluation projects. See "Publications" for a list of representative reports prepared by the JPO.
Federal Funding for Drug Courts
Register now for 2002-2003 Justice Technology Training Series
sponsored by the National Criminal Justice Association
"Evaluation of the Kalamazoo County, Michigan Juvenile Drug Treatmetnt Court Program After Five Years." March 2003.

23. Center For AIDS Prevention Studies- Model Projects
See also a list of all the current research projects at CAPS programs with Overviews. menUnity Project HIV+ persons UFO Project- young injection drug users in
ABOUT CAPS What We Do Contact/Directions RESEARCH List of Current Projects Model Programs Community Collaboration PREVENTION TOOL KIT Intervention Curricula Survey Instruments Materials Links PUBLICATIONS CAPS Bibliography Fact Sheets Reports/Manuals/Monographs Newsletters OPPORTUNITIES Jobs Fellowships/Funding Participating in Research Hojas Informativas ... Enlaces
Model Prevention Programs
The following HIV prevention programs have been designed by CAPS researchers and have either been evaluated or are in the process of evaluation. See also a list of all the current research projects at CAPS Programs with Full Curricula Healthy Oakland Teens - junior high school students
African-American Men's Health Study -
African-American gay men
Voluntary Counseling and Testing Project -
couples in developing countries Programs with Overviews Maternal Caregivers mothers of HIV+ children
Bay Men
- HIV+ gay and bisexual men
Unity Project
- HIV+ persons
UFO Project-
young injection drug users in San Francisco
Project Access -

MPowerment -
young gay men
Young Asian Men's Study -
Asian young gay men
California Partner's Study -
serodiscordant heterosexual couples
Centerforce -
prisoners at San Quentin Mid-Pennisula YWCA - high schoolers and sexual scripts Statewide Community HIV Evaluation Project Hermanos de Luna y Sol - Latino gay men

24. Centerforce, Health Programs Division - Collaborative Programs In Prison HIV Pre
A summary of these collaborative evaluation projects is published young people ofcolor and injecting drug users Collaborative programs in Prison HIV Prevention.
Collaborative Programs in HIV, STD and Hepatitis Prevention
Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), and
San Quentin State Prison
San Quentin State Prison, California Staff at Centerforce have been providing HIV Prevention Education since 1986 at San Quentin State Prison. Since 1992 we have been evaluating many of these programs in collaboration with the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), University of California, San Francisco. From 1986, these programs were based at the Marin AIDS Project; since 1997, they are based at Centerforce. These programs have expanded and evolved over the years, constantly changing to meet the needs of the incarcerated population and their families. The health programs now include information on HIV as well as other sexually transmitted infections, hepatitis, tuberculosis and other relevant health concerns. Our advisory committee of inmate peer HIV educators helps us to develop new programs, modify existing strategies, and provide ongoing input to evaluate the effectiveness of our interventions. The success of these programs can be attributed to the commitment of all those involved: prison administrators, correctional officers, educators and counselors, university researchers, community-based service providers, the inmates themselves and family members. A summary of these collaborative evaluation projects was published in a special issue of Health Education and Behavior
Collaborative Programs in Prison HIV Prevention

25. Alice!: About Alice!
Stacy advises the Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC), oversees Alice!'s alcoholand other drug education programs programs and projects, including the
Health Services at Columbia of which it is a division, and by Columbia University in the City of New York.
Go Ask Alice! The New York Times, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, NBC Nightly News, Voice Of America, Publishers Weekly, and the Harvard Health Letter,
  • further expansion of the core Go Ask Alice! Internet service to increase its use by Columbia students and others worldwide as an information resource
  • increased programming for Columbia staff and parents of CU students
  • an incentive program for participation in health-related activities
  • establishing a college health cable television channel
  • a second edition of The Go Ask Alice Book Of Answers: A Guide to Good Physical, Sexual, and Emotional Health

Jordan Friedman, M.P.H.
Director Judith Steinhart, M.A.
Senior Health Educator Judith is a certified sexuality educator and counselor, with twenty years of experience teaching students, parents, and professionals about intimacy, safer sex, contraception, and relationship-building. Judith produces Alice!'s annual Safer Sex Plus Week and works closely with students and groups on joint health-promotion efforts.

26. Projects And Programs
projects and programs. Neurodegenerative Diseases. MitoKor and its collaboratorsare pursuing programs to identify novel drug discovery targets and to

About MitoKor Science Background ... Search
Projects and Programs
MitoKor is pursuing mitochondrial research on multiple fronts, all sharing the common goals of discovering the source(s) for mitochondrial dysfunction in a given disease, and then developing target-driven screens for potential therapeutics. To that end, the Company is focusing on diseases most likely to respond to mitochondrial intervention, including:
Neurodegenerative Diseases
MitoKor and its collaborators are pursuing programs to identify novel drug discovery targets and to provide new molecular fingerprints for Alzheimer's Disease. Such research and target validation efforts feed directly into a comprehensive compound discovery program that is already yielding novel classes of compounds with potential therapeutic utility. MitoKor is also the first company to have developed a cellular model of Parkinson's Disease (PD). This cybrid cell line shows the same selective mitochondrial defect found in PD patients (impairment of respiratory Complex I), and is currently being used not only to elucidate the mechanism(s) underlying this metabolic defect, but also as a pathologically relevant cell line for discovery of novel therapeutic agents. Read More...

27. UCSF - Labs
programs and projects. AIDS Health Project Bay Area Breast Cancer TranslationalResearch Program Biotechnology and drug Delivery Group Breast Cancer Research
Academics Administration Campuses Community ... Home
Programs and Projects
AIDS Health Project
Bay Area Breast Cancer Translational Research Program

Biotechnology and Drug Delivery Group

Breast Cancer Research Project
Visible Embryo Project

Departmental Laboratories Cardiac Biomechanics Laboratory, UCSF Veteran Affairs Medical Center
Coffino, Phil - Laboratory

Computer Graphics Laboratory

DeRisi Laboratory
Vascular Research Laboratory
Faculty Laboratories David Agard
Raul Andino
Patricia Babbitt Steinunn Baekkeskov ... students If you have any questions, please see our page of contacts and frequently asked questions . For suggestions and comments please use our feedback form Last updated March 17, 2003.

28. The Lindesmith Center - US Programs
Other continuing legal projects include increasing access series also republishedthe drugpolicy classic support for needle exchange programs, the Lindesmith
D ebates over drug policy in the United States and abroad continued to broil in 1997. The Lindesmith Center stayed true to its mission of broadening this debate through its actions in the courts, the media, and other arenas. Staff members participated in the public debate by publishing articles in national magazines and newspapers, providing the public with vital drug policy information, and pursuing a variety of other education initiatives. Whether speaking, writing, or providing information to the press, the Lindesmith Center’s staff continued to reaffirm the principles of harm reduction, an alternative approach to drug policy and treatment that aims to reduce the harms of drug abuse and drug prohibition. Drug Policy Seminar Series: The Lindesmith Center held 21 seminars in New York on subjects such as crack cocaine, syringe exchange, opiate maintenance, MDMA (ecstasy) research, drug use during pregnancy, African Americans and drug policy, and the emerging drugs and AIDS problems in Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly Independent States. International Harm Reduction Development Program (IHRD) : IHRD is a joint initiative of the Lindesmith Center and OSI’s Network Medical and Health program. Its mission is to support local, national, or regional initiatives in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia that address local drug problems through harm reduction approaches and practices. The program made 25 grants to various harm reduction projects throughout the region.

29. NACo - Programs Projects - Awards
CA, Sonoma County, New Approaches to County Tourism and Film MarketingPrograms. CA, Cost. FL, Orange County, InOffice drug Testing Program.

30. Programs And Projects: BPEF
every school in every subject, often funding programs that simply Leadership and Support Special projects. issues, such as family problems, drug education, or
The Foundation operates two core programs: Classroom Grants to Teachers and Berkeley School Volunteers along with special projects that provide leadership and support for our schools.
Classroom Grants to Teachers Classroom grants reward teachers who devise energetic, creative ways to teach better. The Foundation's Grants Committee reviews applications submitted by teachers every fall. Grants-this year, more than $163,000-are awarded to teachers at every school in every subject, often funding programs that simply would not otherwise exist. On occasion the Foundation makes other grants to improve our schools. Click here for a complete list of the Foundation's most recent grants. "Foundation grants encourage my teaching to go deeper, individualizing things for each student," says one longtime grant recipient.
Berkeley School Volunteers In 1991 the Foundation launched Berkeley School Volunteers, which this year recruited more than 50,000 hours of volunteer time and talent. Volunteers are recruited from local businesses, community members, and individuals. Activities range from regular classroom tutoring to one-time school gardening and clean-up days or the innovative read-aloud classroom event, "Drop Everything and Read Day." Click here for a complete list of current Berkeley School Volunteer opportunities.

31. Content Browser
Public Health's Center for Communication programs (CCP at commentThe US Food and drug Administration is

32. Cattle Industry Programs And Projects
has supported more than 50 projects in five Its programs include convening criticalissues colloquia and encouraged that the Food and drug Administration was
December 17, 2002
The European Commission Press Release
David Byrne, EU Commissioner for Health and Consumer Protection, has welcomed the political agreement reached today in the Agriculture Council on new rules to control the use of additives in animal feed. The new EU Regulation will strengthen the control of all types of additives in animal feed, but in particular it completes the EU´s drive to phase out antibiotics as growth promoters. Strengthening rules on the safety of animal feed is one of the cornerstones of the EU's food safety strategy.
Banning the use of antibiotics as growth promoters in feed is also vital to efforts to combat anti-microbial resistance. The final text of the Regulation is likely to be agreed between the Council and the European Parliament during the first half of 2003.

33. Prevention Institute: Projects
Funded by California Department of Alcohol and drug programs Prevention ServicesDivision, National Crime Prevention Council This state interagency
Prevention Institute Projects

34. Project Descriptions
Completed projects. Three of the ten agencies had developed methods that accuratelyrepresented the portion of their resources devoted to antidrug programs.
Data Systems
Current Projects Completed Projects Data Core Project
PI: Patricia Ebener
Funded by: The Ford Foundation ImpacTeen State Illicit Drug Surveillance System
PI: Rosalie Pacula
Funded by: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Related Publication Illicit Drug Policies: Selected Laws from the 50 States ImpacTeen Illicit Drug Team, Berrien Springs, MI, Andrews University, 2002. (Available online at Review of Federal Drug Budget Methodologies
PI: Lynn Davis
Co-PIs: Patrick Murphy, Kathi Webb
Funded by: Office of National Drug Control Policy Publication forthcoming Drug Policy and Trends Prevention Treatment Enforcement ... Search

35. IREX > Completed Programs & Projects > Training For Senior Managers Of China's S
Zheng, Peijuan Chief Accountant Director, Finance Department ShanghaiXining Medicine drug Scientific Developing Center. Zheng
Home Programs Completed ...
United States
Training for Senior Managers of China's State-Owned Enterprises This two-part program provided training for senior managers in Chinese state-owned enterprises. The first phase of the program was a 10-day seminar, in Shanghai, on issues and institutions relevant to enterprise restructuring. The follow on program consisted of a 15-day visit to the United States. Partner institutions for this program included the Shanghai International Studies society and the Shanghai Administration Institute. Faculty from the Economics Institute in Boulder Colorado and the Center for Chinese Business of West Virginia University conducted the training in Shanghai and hosted on-site visits at their institutions in the US. Participants Seminar on Asset Management for Senior Managers
May 12-21, 1997, Shanghai, China Chen, Chenyao
Assistant of the Chief Executive and the Director of Business Development
China's Oriental International Group Chen, Qingfen

36. California Friday Night Live Partnership :: Statewide Projects
Health and Human Services Agency, Department of Alcohol and drug programs (ADP) and timegrants, of $1,500, to support youthdriven, action-oriented projects.
CINCO DE MAYO Download the Cinco de Mayo Action Kit!
Building Partnerships for Healthy Communities
through Cinco de Mayo
September 2002 We invite you to use this action kit to develop a similar project in your community, whether the focus be Cinco de Mayo, or another holiday or event. The lessons and tools in this action kit can be applied to other environmental prevention efforts in your local community. We anticipate that this document will prove useful as you engage youth and adult partners in reclaiming different holidays and events in your community from the tobacco and alcohol industries.
MEDIA ADVOCACY is the use of any form of media to help promote social or public policy, or an organization's goals, which come from the group's vision and mission. JANUARY 2002 - With support from the California Office of Traffic Safety and the Tulare County Office of Education County Superintendent, Jim Vidak, the California Friday Night Live Partnership released a request for FNL youth councils to develop and implement a countywide media advocacy campaign. Youth councils throughout the state were encouraged to apply.

supports regional projects to enhance drug law enforcement US funded programs in theWestern Hemisphere complement contributed $5.5 million to projects in Peru
The Vienna International Center is home to the main United Nations organization dealing with international narcotics and criminal activities on a worldwide basis. UNVIE represents the United States at the UN Office of Drug Control and Crime Prevention (ODCCP), which is the umbrella organization of the UN International Drug Control Program (UNDCP) and the Center for International Crime Prevention (CICP). ODCCP’s work complements the U.S.’s own efforts to control international trafficking in narcotics, combat transnational organized crime and curb the financing of international terrorism. Since September 11, ODCCP has taken on the role of implementing the 12 international terrorism conventions as well as playing a key role in the implementation of counter narcotics projects in Afghanistan. Increased attention has been given to the connection between organized crime, drug trafficking, money laundering and terrorism. The U.S. supports ODCCP’s global program against money laundering, providing technical assistance and mentoring to states so that they are better able to trace and seize illicit funds, as well as track criminals, traffickers and terrorists. Drug abuse and organized crime are global problems affecting all countries and all levels of society. The results are damaged health and productivity and social breakdown. A critical phenomenon is the pervasive corruption caused by this 500 billion dollar-a-year drug business a sizable part of the world "economy." The deterioration of the rule of law and social cohesion can affect every facet of a country’s economic and political life. ODCCP programs are targeted at preventing money laundering, corruption, trafficking in persons, interdicting illegal sales of drugs, reducing drug demand, promoting police and military cooperation, and curbing narcotics activities used to finance terrorism. U.S. cooperation with ODCCP complements America’s national strategy to combat drug abuse, corruption and organized crime.

38. California Courts: Programs: Drug Courts: Other Web Sites
contains information on grant funding for substance abuse related projects. StateAgencies DADP Department of Alcohol and drug programs Collaborates with the
Other Drug Court Links:
Federal Agencies
  • SAMHSA - The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
    Find publications and other materials on substance abuse and substance abuse policies. Also contains information on grant funding for substance abuse related projects. DCPO - Drug Courts Program Office
    A primary source of grant funding for drug courts, the Drug Courts Program Office also conducts comparative evaluations of drug courts, provides state-by-state information on drug court grant activities, and holds training conferences for drug court professionals. ONDCP - Office of National Drug Control Policy
    The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy Information Clearinghouse is the single source of statistics, data, research, and referrals useful for developing or implementing drug policy. This site contains information on prevention, on education, treatment, enforcement, and drug facts and figures. GAO - General Accounting Office: Information on a New Approach to Address Drug-Related Crime
State Agencies
  • DADP - Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs
    Collaborates with the Judicial Council in administering funding to drug courts through the Drug Court Partnership Act of 1998 and the Comprehensive Drug Court Implementation Act of 1999.

Proposed programs should provide requisite educational skills in and health servicesresearch and drug abuse treatment and/or treatmenttype projects and other Cindy Miner, Ph.D. Science Policy Branch Office of Science Policy and Communications National Institute on Drug Abuse 6001 Executive Boulevard, Room 5230, MSC 9591 Bethesda, Maryland 20892-9591 Telephone: (301) 443-6071 FAX: (301) 443-6277 Email: Direct inquiries regarding fiscal matters to: Gary Fleming, J.D., M.A. Grants Management Branch National Institute on Drug Abuse 6001 Executive Boulevard, Room 3131, MSC 9541 Bethesda, Maryland 20892-9541 Telephone: (301) 443-6710 FAX: (301) 594-6847 Email: Direct inquiries regarding review matters to: Teresa Levitin, Ph.D. Office of Extramural Program Review National Institute on Drug Abuse 6001 Executive Boulevard, Room 3158, MSC 9547 Bethesda, Maryland 20892-9547 Telephone: (301) 443-2755 FAX: (301) 443-0538 Email: Return to Volume Index Return to NIH Guide Main Index
Department of Health
and Human Services
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
9000 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, Maryland 20892

40. Newsletters & Publications < News Room < Partners Of The Americas
Various projects. drug Abuse Prevention Columbia Expansion drug Education and TeachersLooking at drug Prevention Service programs in Oregon;
Newsletters and Publications
News Room Archives Press Releases Special Events Travel Opportunities Newletters
New!! January 2003 , Volume 35, Number 1 (64 kb .pdf), plus Partnership Development Insert to Newsletter October 2002 , Volume 34, Number 4 (62.6 kb .pdf)
August 2002
, Volume 34, Number 3 (62 kb .pdf)
April 2002
, Volume 34, Number 2 (124 kb .pdf)
February 2002
, Volume 34, Number 1 (72 kb .pdf)
October 2001
, Volume 33, Number 2 (372 kb .pdf)
April 2001
, Volume 33, Number 1 (216 kb .pdf)
November 2000
, Volume 32, Number 2 (325 kb .pdf)
March 2000
, Volume 32, Number 1 (775 kb .pdf)
October 1998
, Volume 30, Number 3 June 1998 , Volume 30, Number 2 February 1998 , Volume 30, Number 1 November 1997 , Volume 29, Number 4 August 1997 , Volume 29, Number 3 Publications Reach Out Publications for Sale General Partners Publications Partner Program and Project Flyers Regional Program and Project Flyers ... Publications Order Form Reach Out Publications for Sale For a brief description of available Reach Out publications, please read below. These resources can be used by any grassroots organization. For requests, contact us at:

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