Future directions in research, intervention, and prevention in the field of drug abuse.
Epidemiology and prevention research among U.S. children and adolescents.
Adolescent substance use and adult health status.
Depression, drug use, and health services need, utilization, and cost.
The motivation-readiness factor in drug treatment implications for research and policy.
The impact of centralized intake on access to treatment and satisfaction with intake procedures.
Health services for chronic drug users in an era of managed care.
Moral belief and drug problem recognition in three ethnic groups.
The trajectory of recovery among drug-dependent Puerto Rican mothers.
Models of adaptation to termination of the SSI/SSDI addiction disability.
The impact of the NIDA Cooperative Agreement programs on HIV risk among crack and injection drug users.
New directions in HIV prevention among drug users settings, norms, and network approaches to AIDS prevention (SNNAAP): A social influence approach.
The role of employment cycles and incentives in the recruitment of drug users.
Community organization and drug prevention readiness.
The transformation of private alcohol problem treatment.
From research to practice.