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Presentations for Methamphetamine


TitleDateLocationPresenters/AuthorsResources
Creating Shared Outcomes among Child Welfare, Treatment, and Other Critical Services: The Challenge of Meth (PDF 875 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2009-10Providence, RISid GardnerState Town Hall Meeting
Methamphetamine and Indian Child Welfare (PDF 1.16 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2008-06Yakama Nation, WANadja JonesHope and Healing Conference
Meth Use Has Many Costs (PDF 48 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2008-01San Diego, CASan Diego Association of Governments Criminal Justice Research DivisionPublication
Work aid – 4 – Protocol for CPS investigations involving methamphetamine (PDF 132 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2007-12TNTennessee Department of Children’s ServicesPublication
Preventing amphetamine-type stimulant use among young people: A policy and programming guide (PDF 996 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2007-07New York, NYUnited Nations Office on Drugs and CrimePublication
Methamphetamine Use and the Impact on Child Welfare (PDF 381 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2007-04Nashville, TNNancy K YoungVanderbilt University Media Fellowship, Meth Rescue: Meth’s Effects on Children, Families and the Foster Care System
Clandestine Drug Lab General Cleanup Guidance (PDF )SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2007-04MNMinnesota Department of Health and Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyPublication
Building a DEC Team: Guide to help Iowa Communities Launch DEC Programs (PDF 323 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2007-02IAIowa Alliance for Drug Endangered ChildrenPublication
In-depth Summary of the Child and Family Services Improvement Act of 2006 ( 92 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2007-01Washington, DCTiffany Conway, Rutledge Q. HutsonPublication
Perceptions of Methamphetamine Use in Three Western Tribal Communities: Implications for Child Abuse in Indian Country ( 871 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2007-01Washington, DCR. Bubar, M. Winokur, W. BarlemayPublication
Methamphetamine Addiction, Treatment, and Outcomes: Implications for Child Welfare Workers (PDF 400 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2006-04Irvine, CACathleen Otero, Sharon Boles, Dr. Nancy K Young - Executive Director, Children and Family Futures, Kim DennisPublication
The Social and Economic Effects of the Methamphetamine Epidemic on America’s Child Welfare System (PDF 363 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2006-04Irvine, CANancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACWPublication
Methamphetamine and Child Welfare: Trends, Lessons and Practice Implications (PDF 1.15 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2006-03Washington, DCSharon Amatetti, Nancy K Young, Jay WurscherChild Welfare League of America National Conference
Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) Highlights – 2005: National Admissions to Substance Abuse Treatment Services (PDF 380 KB)2006Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Office of Applied StudiesPublication
Addiction treatment for methamphetamine users: A qualitative survey of selected service providers (PDF 202 KB)2005-08New York, NYR. B. Smith, Robert J. GallatiPublication
The Governor's Task Force on Methamphetamine Abuse: Final Report ( 746 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2004-09TNThe Governor’s Task Force on Methamphetamine AbusePublication
Methamphetamine in Illinois: Examination of an Emerging Drug (PDF 636 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2003-01Chicago, ILRobert W. BauerPublication
Responding to Methamphetamine: Washington State’s Promising Example (PDF 324 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2002-09Washington, DCNational Crime Prevention Council and Drug Enforcement AdministrationPublication
Methamphetamine: Abuse and Addiction (PDF 1,688 KB)1998-04National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug AbusePublication
Training Required to Sell Drug Products Containing Ephedrine, Pseudoephedrine, and Phenylpropanolamine (PDF 527 KB)U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement AdministrationPublication