Searching The Grey Literature To Access Information On Drug And Alcohol Research: A resource to identify drug related databases and websites (PDF) "Grey literature is material that is not formally published by commercial publishers or peer reviewed journals. It includes reports, fact sheets, conference proceedings and other documents from institutions, organisations, and government agencies."
The National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information offers current information and materials concerning substance abuse.
National Institute on Drug Abuse supports more than 85 percent of the world’s research on health aspects of drug abuse and addiction.
Center for Education and Drug Abuse Research is a consortium between the University of Pittsburgh and St. Francis Medical Center funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
National Institute of Mental Health is the federal agency that conducts and supports research on mental illness and mental health.
Institute of Behavioral Research at TCU conducts evaluations of drug abuse programs in community and correctional settings.
The Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Studies were initiated in 1990 by the National Institute on Drug Abuse to evaluate treatment outcomes in the United States.
The National Treatment Improvement Evaluation Study is a five-year study of the impact of publicly funded treatment in the United States.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has a number of publications describing nationwide drug crime trends, drug trafficking and surveillance, and general information and identification of drugs of abuse.
Treatment Improvement Exchange
Gulf Coast Addiction Technology Transfer Center
National Addiction Technology Transfer Center
Addiction Science Research and Education Center
Waggoner Center for Alcohol and Addiction Research
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