This study aimed to report on the prevalence of alcohol, tobacco, illicit drugs and medical drugs used outside of prescription among seniors enrolled in the food pension program Hai-DF in Mexico City.
This fact sheet can be used as a guide for people seeking mental health treatment. It offers three steps to carry out before using a treatment center, as well as the five signs of a treatment center of quality, which includes reviewing the accreditation, medication, evidence-based practices, the role of families and support networks.
Análisis del fenómeno del consumo de drogas sintéticas a partir de la información surgida de la investigación y compilación de datos científicos.
The European Monitoring Centre on Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) has released their latest European Drugs report.
Covering 30 European countries the report explores drug trends, developments in prevention and treatment, public health issues, supply and drug policy.
Available in 24 languages the report is free to download from the EMCDDA website: http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/edr2018
Caribbean Drug Prevention, Treatment, Rehabilitation and Gang and Youth Violence Focused Institutions
The Directory of drug prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, and gang and youth violence focused institutions in the English-Speaking Caribbean was compiled from the results of an agency mapping exercise conducted for the CICAD/OAS Training and Certification Program (PROCCER).
6 June 2018 – WHO's Mental Health Atlas 2017 reveals that although some countries have made progress in mental health policy-making and planning, there is a global shortage of health workers trained in mental health and a lack of investment in community-based mental health facilities.
Key studies on the impact of the practitioner in psychosocial therapies. Takes Carl Rogers’ seminal work as its starting point, explains why being genuine sometimes means breaking the ‘rules’, and why effective therapy is not just a matter of being nice. Finally guides you through the complexities which - despite its obvious importance to clients - obscure the impact of the client-worker relationship.
Este documento forma parte de las Guías Clínicas SOCIDROGALCOHOL, basadas en la evidencia científica. Es de utilidad para los profesionales que atienden a personas con problemas por consumo de heroína y otros opiáceos.
Cannabis legalization for recreational use (also called “adult use”) is a reality in a growing number of US states despite continued federal prohibition and limited scientific research on the long-term and short-term health effects of cannabis use. There may be benefits to legalization, but there are also significant public health risks, including many that strongly echo those caused by tobacco and alcohol.
- 91% of 16-24 year olds use the internet for social networking
- Social media has been described as more addictive than cigarettes and alcohol
- Rates of anxiety and depression in young people have risen 70% in the past 25 years
- Social media use is linked with increased rates of anxiety, depression and poor sleep
- Cyber bullying is a growing problem with 7 in 10 young people saying th
Rewarding people dependent on illegal drugs for not using those drugs is a controversial tactic, one this report from the European Union’s drug misuse centre found patchily effective in extending retention and reducing substance use as a supplement to medication-based treatments. Read the Effectiveness Bank analysis.
Is there a young woman in your life who is pregnant and misusing or addicted to opioids? Perhaps it’s your daughter or granddaughter, your son’s girlfriend or wife, a niece or a friend. Here you’ll find information to help her have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.
This research, launched at the All Party Parliamentary Group on Alcohol Harm on 1 May 2018, warns that the alcohol treatment sector is in crisis. These services are entering into a cycle of disinvestment, staff depletion, and reduced capacity, and this is due to get worse; in 2020 ring-fenced public health funding will end, posing additional risk to the areas of highest need.
As an aspect of its general responsibility for the health of the American people, the U.S. Congress has been
concerned about the treatment of persons with alcohol problems. From time to time Congress has sought
This report, ‘Taking a New Line on Drugs’, comes at a timely moment for drugs strategy both in the UK and across the world.
Many people who misuse alcohol also have a mental health difficulty, and many people with mental health problems also misuse alcohol. Yet few get effective help from either alcohol or mental health services. National policies relating to alcohol make scant reference to mental health, while national mental health policies pay little regard to alcohol.
The report comes in the wake of the constant Commission carries out the conditions for the exercise of the human rights of girls, boys and adolescents, conditions of vulnerability and violations to the same monitoring. In this regard, the Commission has made monitoring how contexts of insecurity and violence are living in the region have an impact to children and adolescents and their rights.
This report stems from the Commission’s constant monitoring of the conditions in which children and adolescents exercise their human rights, as well as the vulnerability and violation thereof. The Commission has monitored how the region’s insecurity and violence are impacting children, adolescents, and their rights.
One in five children in the UK lives with a parent who drinks too much – that’s over 2.5 million children. They are Britain’s innocent victims of drink.
Hard-drinking parents hurt their children for life. Compared to other children, children of alcoholics are:
This document presents the findings of the external evaluation of the national strategy for drug (END) developed by a team from the Faculty of social sciences of the University of the Republic in the last quarter of 2014. The document is articulated in five sections. After this introduction, the institutional background of the END and its main guidelines are presented.
In 2015, the team from the Department of Addictology (First Faculty of Medicine of Charles University and General University Hospital in Prague) in cooperation with our colleague from the Department of Community Medicine & Health Care, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Professor Thomas Babo
Cannabis is the psychoactive substance under international control used in the world. In 2013, about 181.8 million of people from 15 to 64 years worldwide have used cannabis without medical purpose (estimate of uncertainty of 128.5 to 232.1 million) (UNODC, 2015).
Cannabis is the substance psychoactive under international control most widely used around the world. It is estimated that, in 2013, 181.8 million people aged 15 to 64 consumed cannabis without medical purposes around the world (estimates of uncertainty: 128, 5-232, 1 million) (UNODC, 2015).
Suggested citation: Meister, S.R. (2018). A Review of Workplace Substance Use Policies in Canada: Strengths, Gaps and Key Considerations. Ottawa, Ont.: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.
A review of workplace substance use policies in Canada
Territorial patterns and socio-demographic factors associated with the killings and drug trafficking in Costa Rica
The results of the study allow to confirm the existence of spatial clusters related to the killings and seizure of drugs at the district level. In other words, both events do not occur randomly in space, they have defined patterns of agglomeration or spatial Association, i.e. what happens affects district in the neighboring district.
Treatment of consumption
Study on patterns of psychoactive substances consumption in indigenous and groups originating from the city of Mexico 2014
This interesting text is the product of collaboration between the Institute of care and prevention of addictions (IAPA) and the National Institute of Psychiatry Ramón de la Fuente Muñiz (INFRDM), institutions that share the commitment to generate knowledge about problems associated with the inequity, the conditions of life of the indigenous population and the consumption of psychoactive substances.
Across the whole of Scotland, neighbourhoods with the highest alcohol outlet availability had significantly higher rates of alcohol-related health harm and crime.