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Provided below are direct links to research and programs concerned with the problems
of student intoxication and substance abuses on university campuses.
Click the underlined, highlighted phrases to reach the web sites
          
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDS)
   Additional NIH and           Other Website Links    
CDC's Persons Who Use Drugs (PWUD) general resource website for substance abuse treatments and fact sheets.

Links hosted by NIH's National Institue on Drug Abuse (NIDA)include a general websites on Club Drugs: NIH, and Club Drugs: FBI and more
specfic NIH sites for: Ecstasy, Methamphetamine, LSD; others such as Rohypnol, GHB, Ketamine).
The Prevalence of Club Drug Use by
young adults
In relation to women, the NIDA provides specific links related to: Facts about Women and Substance Abuse, research on Childhood, Sexual Abuse and Adult Drug Dependency in Women, and in relation to both young men and young women, Anabolic Steroid Abuse, and the Anabolic Steroids Threat to body and mind
The Whitehouse Office of the National Drug Control Policy report on: Colleges and Universities addresses high-risk drinking, underage drinking and drug use.
NSVRC, A national resource center for Higher Education concerned with reducing substance abuse and the surge in Alcohol and Drug Violations on Campus, a June, 2000 report. SAMHSA, a Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration for substance abuse Information. See also the American Council for Drug Education (Phoenix House).

Current trends and research in Adolescent Substance Abuse and in
Alcohol and drug abuse on college campuses from Columbia University
   
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