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An Activity Book for African American Families: Helping Children Cope with Crisis

Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

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This book, geared toward African American families and communities, describes ways to help children cope with crisis and describes activities that can help children to handle their emotions and to communicate using their creativity.
 
Drug Use Among Racial/Ethnic Minorities
The purpose of this report is to provide policymakers, program leaders and staff, health administrators, scientists, and others with information that may help them understand the nature and extent of illegal drug use, associated behaviors, and problems that now affect our Nationís racial/ethnic minority populations and the current non-Hispanic White majority population.
 


Drugs, Alcohol and HIV/AIDS: A Consumer Guide for African Americans
The Consumer Guide for African Americans is a companion piece to Drugs, Alcohol and HIV/AIDS: A Consumer Guide, which was published in 2006. That brochure discussed the issue of substance abuse and HIV/AIDS generally; this Consumer Guide focuses on these issues as they specifically impact the African American community.
 
HIV and Me: An African American's Guide to Living With HIV

Bullying Depression Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

This pamphlet will help African Americans with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) understand how to live with HIV and how to stay healthy.
 


HIV/AIDS Policy Fact Sheet: Black Americans and HIV/AIDS
This updated fact sheet highlights the epidemicís impact on Black Americans, providing current data and trends over time.
 
HRSA CARE ACTION: HIV Disease in Women of Color
This newsletter contains information and data highlighting the relation between minority women and HIV/AIDS.
 


HRSA CARE ACTION: Reaching Men of Color Who Have Sex With Men
This newsletter discusses the obstacles of working with men of color who have sex with men (MSM), and assists them in dealing with their relationships, drug activity, and the possibility of contracting HIV. It provides examples of clinics that successfully provide care and outreach to MSM.
 
I Never Thought I'd Get Pregnant (Wanda Brochure)

Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

This brochure targets African-American women and is intended to raise awareness about the risks of drinking during pregnancy, explain the causes and characteristics of FAS, highlight the risks associated with drinking and having unprotected sex, and identify ways to prevent FAS.
 


I Never Thought I'd Get Pregnant (Wanda Poster)

Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

This poster targets African-American women and is intended to raise awareness about the risks of drinking during pregnancy, explain the causes and characteristics of FAS, highlight the risks associated with drinking and having unprotected sex, and identify ways to prevent FAS.
 
Keeping Your Teens Drug-Free: A Guide for African American Parents and Caregivers
Parents are the most important influence in their childrenís lives. This booklet provides ideas and examples of the skills busy parents and caregivers can use to keep their teens away from marijuana and other illicit drugs.
 


Pathways to Freedom: Winning The Fight Against Tobacco
This guide was developed to address the national concern over the high rates of smoking among the African-American population. This updated edition offers proven strategies for anyone who wants to quit; how friends and family can help, and how the community and its leaders can promote the value of gaining freedom from tobacco.
 
SAMHSA News: Take Action in Your Community
Building community awareness is the focus of three new powerful prevention campaigns -- on underage drinking, suicide prevention, and mental health for African Americans -- from SAMHSA and the Ad Council.
 


The TEDS Report January 21, 2010: Gender Differences among Black Treatment Admissions Aged 18 to 25
In 2007, among non-Hispanic Black substance abuse treatment admissions aged 18 to 25, males were more likely than females to report marijuana as the primary substance of abuse (62.8 vs. 49.5 percent); however females were three times more likely than males to report smoked cocaine as the primary substance of abuse (12.6 vs. 4.2 percent).
 
 

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