Substance Use Disorders

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Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse and Addictions
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Works to reduce suffering caused by substance use and other addictive behaviors by generating high quality prevention and treatment research.

Drug Policy Alliance New Mexico
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The nation's leading organization promoting policy alternatives to the drug war that are grounded in science, compassion, health and human rights.

DWI Resource Center
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Works to reduce the social and economic impact of DWI through public awareness, education, prevention programs and research. The Center also provides assistance to victims and serves as a central clearinghouse for information on DWI and victims' rights.

Harm Reduction
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The Harm Reduction Program works to reduce drug-related harm while enhancing individual, family, and community wellness, primarily through the provision of linguistically appropriate and culturally competent services to injection drug users.

New Mexicans Concerned About Tobacco
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A statewide coalition of individuals and organizations that advocates for tobacco control public policies at the state and local level that will have a significant impact on the community.

New Mexico Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Abuse (ATODA) Prevention Training System
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Provides on-line education resources for those involved with substance abuse prevention efforts.

New Mexico Association of Drug Court Professionals
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A non-profit organization of professionals involved in the development and implementation of treatment-oriented drug courts. Organized in 1997, its members include up to 200 judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, treatment providers, law enforcement, researchers and community leaders.

NM Office of Substance Abuse Prevention
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Operates under the direction the Health Systems Bureau in the Public Health Division of the New Mexico Department of Health. Focus areas include a state-of-the-art substance abuse prevention system, and abstinence education.


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