Can non-profit organizations lobby? And if they can, how much can they do, and what activities are considered lobbying?
A coalition of Delaware churches is taking the power of faith and more worldly resources to the streets to combat violence, drug dealing and substance abuse.
The Franklin County Prevention Institute Partnership in Columbus, Ohio, reaches a milestone with the release of its first epidemiological Survey of drug use in the county.
Enlisting the aid of retailers, parents and the media, a prevention coalition in New Jersey has launched a statewide effort to cut down on underage drinking.
This year's National Household Survey on Drug Abuse is a mixed bag of mildly encouraging statistics and continuing bad news about America's use and abuse of drugs.
This JTO special report spotlights the Regional Drug Initiative in Portland, Oregon, which recently released its annual report of local substance abuse indicators, and other communities effectively using this important strategy.
A NIDA-funded study at the Research Institute on Addiction examined patterns of substance abuse in a sample of 2,000 nurses.
Diverse institutions participate in Kansas City's efforts to gather data on local substance abuse problems. Working together they have forged and strengthened relationships with one another, brought focus and precision to strategies, and redefined the way
Examination of a study which examines the relationship between alcohol and marriage.
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