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NCJ Number: 169038 Find in a Library
Title: Available Resources for Investigating Substance Use Among Homeless, Immigrant, and Refugee Populations
Journal: Substance Use & Misuse  Volume:32  Issue:7 & 8  Dated:special issue (June 1997)  Pages:1005-1010
Author(s): T P Johnson
Date Published: 1997
Page Count: 6
Type: Directory
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This article lists agencies and organizations that may provide information for use in researching questions related to substance use and misuse among displaced persons, including homeless, immigrant, and refugee populations.
Abstract: Many of the organizations maintain Internet web sites that can provide immediate access to a range of materials and, in many cases, linkage to other relevant organizations and resources. A web site has also been initiated as a resource dedicated to addressing drug addiction issues among displaced persons. Information on 32 government and private organizations is presented that includes name, address, telephone and fax numbers, and Internet addresses.
Main Term(s): Drug use
Index Term(s): Alien criminality; Drug abuse; Drug dependence; Drug statistics; Homeless persons; Immigrants/Aliens; Professional organizations; Reference materials
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