Nonpartisan, independent organization that uses communications strategies
to reach parents, lawmakers, citizens, business, media and community
leaders; site offers action alerts, news, and media literacy publications
Model Prevention Programs
Center for Substance Abuse Prevention site includes materials on how
to implement and evaluate community substance abuse prevention programs
and links to funding resources
Abuse and Learning Disabilities
This report examines connection between alcohol and drug abuse and learning
disabilities; produced by the Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse
at Columbia University
Family Foundation initiative to encourage family communication about
"tough issues"; site includes parenting booklets and resources
TeenNetUniversity of Toronto project that applies information technology
to health promotion in teens
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