2 edition of Drug abuse sourcebook found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|2||Health reference series|
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Data are from the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Uniform Crime Reporting UCR Program and other Federal programs and agencies. According to the Department of Health and Human Services HHSas many as 32 million people may be able to access behavioral health coverage for the first time by 2020 as a result of Medicaid expansion under the ACA.
4—Bullying and Youth Substance Use• 1—Inmate Populations and Substance Abuse• Many people with prescription painkiller addictions turn to heroin because it is cheaper. 5—Addressing Co-Occurring Disorders in Different Settings• Extent and adequacy of insurance coverage for substance abuse services.
com to view A Contents Guide to the Health Reference Series, a listing of more than 16,000 topics and the volumes in Drug abuse sourcebook they are covered Preface xv Part I: Facts and Statistics about Drug Abuse in the United States Drug abuse sourcebook 1—Prevalence of Illicit Drug Use and Substance Abuse Chapter 2—Injection Drug Use and Related Risk Behaviors Chapter 3—Drug Abuse and Related Hospitalization Costs 13 Section 3. Drugs, alcohol, and tobacco: making the science and policy connections.
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the costs of substance abuse and addiction in the United States-including health expenses and costs associated with crime-exceed half a trillion dollars annually. 2—Negative Consequences of Prenatal Exposure to Drugs 86 Section 8. Customs Service, by type and value of property seized fiscal years 1979-2001• 1—Estimates of Drug Use Initiation 72 Section 7.
From symptoms and effects both long- and short-term to prevention programs, addiction terms, and a directory of resources, chapters delve into all the physical, psychological and social ramifications of drug abuse, covering all the basics of intervention, treatment, and prognosis.
Arrests in rural counties, by offense charged and sex 2002• By the mid-1950s, many countries were shifting towards outpatient, community-based care and the use of antipsychotic drugs to aid in treatment.
Author: Barbara Meieroefer Publisher: DIANE Publishing ISBN: Category: Law Page: 323 View: 969 Brings together in one source information on the criminal justice system and the criminal justice research and analysis activities of each State.
1994 and 2003 Table 4. Arrests, by offense charged, age group, and State• 2—Reasons Adolescents Try Drugs and. Arrests in suburban areas, by offense charged, age group, and race• fiscal year 2003 Table 4. 2—Substance Abuse and Medical Complications•
4 percent of adults aged 65 and older show signs of a mental disorder.