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  1. Safe spaces drug and alcohol prevention education for special needs and drug exposed K-2 children : a program (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:405653) by Eileen Wasow, 1992
  2. The Medi-Cal therapeutic drug utilization review project by Evelyn Deborah Jay, 1991
  3. Evaluation of Project Rehab: 61st District Court Diversionary Program 1974 by Rodney J Mulder, 1974
  4. The impact of the National Guard counterdrug program in America: Where do we go from here? (USAWC strategy research project) by Reginald B Geary, 2000
  5. Models of case management for pregnant and parenting addicted women and their families: A report of the case management models project by Marty Jessup, 1994
  6. An evaluation of Project Opportunity: A primary prevention program for women in major life transition by Christine Bitonti, 1989
  7. 4-H Junior leader alcohol education project (Prevention Center Papers, program report) by S. Kay Rockwell, 1981
  8. Evaluation information for the Sullivan County (NH) Superior Court Alternative Sentencing Program: Report prepared under "Implementing State Strategies ... the Courts : a Technical Assistance Project by David C Steelman, 1995
  9. Research orientations and world-view: Origins of interdisciplinary miscommunication (Applied Anthropology Documentation Project) by Gwen Stern, 1976
  10. Clinical trial information.(various reports on AIDS treatment research): An article from: HIV Treatment: ALERTS!
  11. Family shelter project by Mark Bencivengo, 1993
  12. Drug testing in a drug court environment : common issues to address by Jerome J. Robinson, 2000
  13. Washington State Incentive Grant: State substance abuse prevention system by Priscilla Andriette Lisicich, 2001
  14. Washington State incentive grant: Substance abuse prevention plan by Priscilla Andriette Lisicich, 1999

61. Comprehensive Health Education Foundation: School Health Program Resources
Officers Contains information about CCSSO projects, priority and about NSBA's schoolhealth programs and links to Partnership For A drug Free America Contains Education

62. Comprehensive Health Education Foundation: School Health Program Resources
The School Zone This Web site from the Office of National drug Control Policycontains many links to helpful programs projects Prevention Curricula Resources

63. McConnell Secures $6.54 Million For Northern Kentucky
and implement drug education and prevention programs for the the problems associatedwith increased drug use. $550,000 for conservation projects in Kenton
Back to the Press Office Main Page For Immediate Release
*McConnell secures $6.54 million for Northern Kentucky*
U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell was successful today in securing $6.54 million in funding for several Northern Kentucky area projects in the Fiscal Year 2003 Omnibus Appropriations bill which was approved by a House/Senate Conference Committee. McConnell, a senior member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, worked throughout the process to ensure the funding for his requested projects received proper consideration. "These projects are important to Kentucky, and I was pleased to help bring this money home," said McConnell. "This funding will be used to increase economic growth in the area, while also making it safer for Northern Kentuckians." The projects McConnell requested for Northern Kentucky include: The FY'03 Omnibus Appropriations bill will be approved by both houses of Congress this week. Once passed, it goes to the President for his signature.

64. 16.580 - Edward Byrne Memorial State And Local Law Enforcement
RELATED programs None. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED projects National Citizens' Crime PreventionCampaign, drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) Regional Training

65. 84.186 - Safe And Drug-Free Schools And Communities_State Grants
RELATED programs 84.184, Safe and drugFree Schools and Communities_Nationalprograms. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED projects This is a State-administered program

66. Drug Courts
adult, juvenile, family, and tribal drug courts, and provides onsite technicalassistance to drug court programs. California drug Court projects An overview

Drug Info
What's New

Treatment Services

Illicit Drugs

... Minister's Message
Drug Courts
Links to information on drug courts.
NSW Government links
NSW Health
  • Centre for Education and Information on Drugs and Alcohol (CEIDA): Drug Courts
    An overview of the Drug Court program, including the steps of the program Drug Programs Bureau: NSW Drug Court Program
    Information about this program, including its current status. Drug Programs Bureau: NSW Youth Drug Court
    Information about this program, including its current status.
  • NSW Attorney General's Department
  • NSW Drug Court Drug Court of New South Wales Statistics Drugs, Rehabilitation and the Criminal Justice System
    Conference held in Sydney, 28 February - 1 March 2002. Includes transcipts from this conference. NSW Drug Court Evaluation This links to the media release on the evaluation on the NSW Drug Court. The following reports are available here:
  • Cost-effectiveness Health, well-being and participant satisfaction A process evaluation
  • These reports indicate that the NSW Drug Court program has proved more cost-effective than imprisonment in reducing the number of drug offences and equally cost-effective in delaying the onset of further offending. The reports are from a comprehensive three year evaluation of the NSW Drug Court by the Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BOCSAR) and the Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation at the University of Technology Sydney (CHERE). February 2002 By Karen Freeman, Ruth Lawrence Karski and Peter Doak. April 2000

    67. PQRI: The Product Quality Research Institute
    with development of PQRI research programs and projects impact of the research projectson the are four operating technical committees drug Substance Technical
    For More Information
    Please Contact:

    Sylvia J. Gantt
    PQRI Executive Secretary
    2107 Wilson Blvd., Suite 700
    Arlington, VA 22201-3042
    Phone: 703-248-4719
    Fax: 703-525-7136
    Last Updated:
    Thursday, February 27, 2003
    "PQRI is a tangible expression of a unique collaboration between academia, industry, and a governmental agency that brings us together for both the innovator and generic pharmaceutical companies. This collaboration will identify the best practices for manufacturing of high quality pharmaceutical products. It’s an excellent means for leveraging FDA’s intellectual and laboratory resources; to promote regulatory research programs designed to enhance the science base that we need to provide, and I am convinced it will be a win, win, win solution for the public, the industry, and the agency." - Jane Henney, M.D. former FDA Commissioner
    About PQRI
    The Product Quality Research Institute is a collaborative process involving FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), Industry and Academia. The mission of PQRI is to conduct research to generate scientific information to support regulatory policy. This initiative will help identify the types of product quality information that should be submitted in a regulatory filing to CDER. PQRI has been in development since January of 1996, guided by a Steering Committee composed of individuals representing the sponsoring organizations listed above.

    68. RxCCI :: Guiding You Through The Drug And Device Development Process.
    Dr. Guernsey is a veteran of numerous high profile drug development projects. tobe able to work on a wide variety of programs through the years
    Corporate Info Mission / Values

    Press / Media
    Press Releases




    Professional Staff
    Staff Disciplines

    Therapeutic Areas

    Executive Leadership Board of Directors Corporate Mgmnt Company Milestones M / WBE ... Contact Us :Press Releases: Quintiles VP Departs, Joins RxCCI Guernsey Opts for Growth KANSAS CITY, MO/January 8, 2003/PRNewswire via COMTEX/ Regulatory/Clinical Consultants, Inc.(RxCCI) is pleased to announce the addition of Brock Guernsey as Director, Scientific Services and Drug Development Solutions. Dr. Guernsey was Vice President, Project Management Group-4 at Quintiles, the largest competitor in the pharmaceutical contract research organization (CRO) industry. Diane Seif, RxCCI president, said, "We're proud to have such a well recognized expert become a part of our team." Dr. Guernsey's twenty year career encompasses an unusual blend of science and management leadership roles. He has led global project teams for major pharmaceutical and contract research organizations, and served as the Global Head of Clinical Research/Operations. "He is uniquely qualified and brings a wealth of talent and skills to his new role. Our clients could not ask for a better background or ability. More importantly Brock is insightful, balanced, and a great person to work with. His teams are always top performing," observed Diane Seif, RxCCI President and CEO.

    69. PreventionNet Drug Alcohol Abuse Prevention Programs
    proposing youth violence prevention projects targeting geographically AGENCY Officeof National drug Control Policy and Office of Justice programs, Office of
    Funding Opportunities
    American Legacy Foundation Funds Two Tobacco-Prevention
    The American Legacy Foundation has announced two separate grants to support smoking prevention: the Circle of Friends: Women Unite to Be Smoke Free Small Grants Program and the Small Innovative Grants Program. A total of $1 million in Circle of Friends grants will be awarded, with the maximum grant set at $50,000 for this one-year grant. Funds will be awarded to start new projects or help existing organizations for programs to prevent tobacco use among women. The Small Innovative Grants Program is offering grants of up to $100,000 to fund new and innovative solutions to fight the damage caused by tobacco use in America. Any of the 46 tobacco-settlement states and five U.S. territories may apply for the grant. The deadline for the Circle of Friends grants is June 2003. There is no deadline for the Small Innovative Grants program.

    70. Center For Interventions, Treatment And Addictions Research At WSU School Of Med
    The following projects and programs currently operate the Services Research Project;the AIDS Prevention Research Project; the Dayton Area drug Survey (DADS
    Mission Statement
    AIDS Prevention Research Project

    Case Management Enhancements (CME)

    Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Media Fellowship
    Center for Interventions, Treatment and Addictions Research (CITAR) Staff
    The Center for Interventions, Treatment and Addictions Research (CITAR) was started by Wright State University School of Medicine faculty member Harvey A. Siegal, Ph.D. in 1980. CITAR, formerly the Division of Substance Abuse Programs, is administratively housed within the School of Medicine's Department of Community Health. The following projects and programs currently operate within CITAR: the Weekend Intervention Program (WIP); the and the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Drugs and Disability (RRTC); the Services Research Project; the AIDS Prevention Research Project; the Dayton Area Drug Survey (DADS); the Ohio Substance Abuse Monitoring Network (OSAM); the Juvenile Drug Court Treatment Program;

    71. Edward Byrne Memorial State And Local Law Enforcement Assistance (Byrne Formula
    of programs and projects that may be funded under the Byrne Formula Grant Program.Legislation The Byrne Formula Grant Program was created by the Antidrug
    Search BJA
    Edward Byrne Memorial State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance (Byrne Formula Grant Program) Grants may be used to provide personnel, equipment, training, technical assistance, and information systems for more widespread apprehension, prosecution, adjudication, detention, and rehabilitation of offenders who violate such state and local laws. Grants also may be used to provide assistance (other than compensation) to victims of these offenders. Twenty-nine legislatively authorized purpose areas were established to define the nature and scope of programs and projects that may be funded under the Byrne Formula Grant Program. Legislation: The Byrne Formula Grant Program was created by the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 (Public Law 100-690). Funding: FY 2003 funding is $487,577.733. From this allocation, each state receives a base amount of 0.25 percent of the total allocation. Remaining funds are allocated according to each state's population. Eligibility: The 50 states, the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands are eligible to apply for formula grant funds. Local jurisdictions are not eligible for direct Byrne Formula Grant Program funding; however, local practitioners may seek funding for innovative projects through subgrants. In each state, the governor appoints a State Administering Agency (SAA) to handle the subgranting of these funds to local and state criminal justice operations. Local practitioners should contact the appointed

    72. ADAI Alcohol & Drug Funding Sources
    and illicit drugs. Types of projects funded include related statistics; trainingand fellowship programs; policy analysis Safe and drug Free Schools Program.US
    ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE INSTITUTE, University of Washington Home About Research
    ... Links
    Grant and Funding Information
    ADAI Small Grants Program Funding Alert Services ATOD Research Funding Resources Research with Human Subjects UW Grant Resources ADAI Small Grants Program
    • About the Small Grants Program Awards grant funds to new and established faculty for alcohol and drug abuse research at the University of Washington. The principal goal of the Small Grants Program is to stimulate research by providing initial funding for promising pilot projects which may ultimately be developed into full research studies with outside grant support. (Deadlines: Mar. 15 and Oct. 15)
    • Guidelines for ADAI Small Grant Proposals . Application procedures. Small Grant FAQs
    • Download form for Final Reports of completed projects. [MS Word file]. Complete form and return to ADAI.
    • Read abstracts of previously awarded Small Grants.
    Alcohol, Drug and Tobacco Research Funding Resources
    • Alcohol Beverage Medical Research Foundation Grant Program ABMRF accepts applications for grants to conduct research on important aspects of alcohol consumption and its effects. Areas of most interest are: Factors influencing transitions in drinking patterns and behavior; effects of moderate use of alcohol on health and well-being; mechanisms underlying the behavioral and biomedical effects of alcohol; and biobehavioral / interdisciplinary research on the etiology of alcohol misuse. (Deadlines: Feb. 1 and Sept. 1).
    • American Legacy Foundation Established with US Tobacco Settlement funds to further its goal of promoting tobacco-free generations. $2 million annually for small innovative grants and research demonstration projects. Periodic RFPs for state and community programs. Guidelines and online grant application system (OASYS).

    73. RCMP
    Here are a few examples of the projects the MPF has funded Antidrug programsAwareness, education and prevention programs receive funding to reduce the
    MPF Project Funding Initiative What is the Mounted Police Foundation Project Funding Program The Project Funding Program began operation in the spring of 1995. It is designed to provide funding to much needed and worthy, non-core community projects which, without such funding, might not exist. These projects are recommended by RCMP field officers, carefully reviewed within the RCMP locally and nationally, and approved by the board of the MPF. The MPF is attempting, with the RCMP’s full co-operation, to fund projects that will directly affect the ability of community participants to achieve their aspirations and volunteer objectives. The MPF through the RCMP Product Licensing Program, generates royalties which makes funds available twice a year currently at a total of $250,000 per year for worthy projects put forward by members of the RCMP in cooperation with community groups. Since the implementation of the RCMP Product Licensing Program in 1995, the MPF has approved more than 150 community projects for funding from the Foundation representing a total donation of some $1,000,000. In the following document we will take you step-by- step through the process of applying to the MPF for your worthy projects so that you can make a difference in your community. Here are a few examples of the projects the MPF has funded:

    74. IHHCPAR - Centers & Programs » AIDS Policy Research Group
    Centers programs AIDS Policy Research Group AIDS Policy Research Group Background• Current projects. drug Treatment and Caring during Pregnancy in HIV+

    75. Vera Institute Of Justice | Projects | Support For Drug-Abusing Offenders And Th
    use less frequently or stop altogether? Did participating in La Bodegaaffect whether users enrolled in drug treatment programs?

    76. Projects
    A regional workshop in May focused on two US federal drug prevention programs the Student Assistance Program- SAP (implemented in all states in the US, and
    Project History
    Balkan Bridge for Drug Prevention A regional initiative (Albania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Italy, Romania, US) , sponsored by the East/East Program of Open Society, Budapest 2000 - ongoing
    Summary of activities In 2000, Index Foundation of Bulgaria initiated the Balkan Bridge for Drug Prevention in partnership with three other NGOs - Emmanuel Community, Albania, Adolescent Association - Romania and the Association for Support to Children and Families at Risk "For Happy Childhood" - Macedonia, with support from the Open Society Foundation. The long-term goal of the project is to establish a Balkan Center that will generate Regional Action Plans and policies for integrated community efforts towards no-drug use behavior. On a shorter term basis the activities are aimed at establishing a regional network for exchange of information on best practices for drug prevention. The project started up in January 2001, with an unprecedented regional meeting of government officials and non-government professionals on drug prevention from Albania, Romania, Macedonia and Bulgaria. This was a first attempt to recognize the enormity of the drug problem and establish a network for coordinated action. The meeting resulted in a mutual declaration acknowledging the need for the creation of joint prevention programs, especially reaching youth. Top level government officials of the four countries voiced their full support to this regional effort.

    77. Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center
    Nutrients Loading and Effects projects; Fishery drug and Development projects DecisionSupport Systems projects; Other Technical programs Products.
    Science Programs
    River Inventory and Monitoring Long Term Resource Monitoring Program
    Aquatic Sciences Ecosytems and Habitats Science Applications to Resource Management Exotic Species Terrestrial Sciences
    Last updated on February 5, 2003

    78. Malaria
    CommunityBased projects. CSP26/INF/3 - Status on Malaria programs in the Region. theAmazonian Network for Surveillance of Antimalarial drug Resistance (RAVREDA

    79. NSERC - Program Guide - Strategic Project Grants
    of earlystage research projects that have systems as therapeutic agents, drug deliverysystems implementation of policies, planning, programs and strategies.

    Search the Guide
    Table of Contents Introduction Overview of Programs ... Partnerships Programs Strategic Project Grants (SPG) New Media Initiative Research Network Grants (RNG) Collaborative Research and Development Grants ...
    Strategic Project Grants (SPG)
    Duration Application Deadline How to Apply Up to 5 years April 15 Forms and
    Letters of support Program Contacts The Strategic Project Grants program funds project research in target areas of national importance and in emerging areas that are of potential significance to Canada. The research is early stage with the potential to lead to breakthrough discoveries.
    The overall objective of the Strategic Project Grants program is to accelerate research and training in targeted and emerging areas of national importance. It is anticipated that the program will result in:
    • highly qualified personnel trained in the identified target areas or in new emerging areas; attracting Canadian-based organizations into early-stage collaborations in academic research; and

    80. Study Calls For More Drug Treatment Programs For Adolescents
    from the bureau of alcohol and drug abuse, the Funding three pilot projects in family Establishinga broadbased advocacy group for substance abuse programs.
    CONTACT: Diane Russell
    Nevada is woefully lacking in treatment programs for adolescent substance abusers, according to a study conducted recently on behalf of the Nevada Institute for Children. In a report titled "Helping Kids Kick Drugs: Residential and Outpatient Treatment Services for Adolescents," the institute, which is based at UNLV, calls for the state to improve and increase programs designed to help adolescents from ages 15 though 19 who are struggling with alcohol and drug abuse problems. "We'll be using this report at the Legislature to help convince lawmakers that Nevada needs to make changes that will allow more of our teens to receive the treatment they desperately need," said Vince Juaristi, executive director of the institute. Some legislators already have asked for a bill to be drafted that will address the problem and are planning to use the report to help them make their case to their fellow lawmakers, he said. The report estimates that more than $2.7 million would be necessary to provide the residential treatment, outpatient treatment, comprehensive evaluations, transitional housing, startup costs, accountability costs, and family resource center pilot projects recommended in the report.

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