General alcohol and other drug information resources:
MethResources.gov http://www.methresources.gov (Attention: Non-MDH link)
A federal government online resource with information, facts, materials
and a methamphetamine listserv to address methamphetamine use and problems.
National Clearing House for Alcohol and Drug Information http://www.health.org/ (Attention: Non-MDH link)
A national resource for books, pamphlets, brochures, posters and other materials
on alcohol and other drugs.
Minnesota Prevention Resource Center http://www.emprc.org/ (Attention: Non-MDH link)
Providing information to Minnesota, including pamphlets and flyers, on alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse.
National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism http://www.niaaa.nih.gov (Attention: Non-MDH link)
A site containing a variety of information about alcohol use and abuse including questions and answers about alcohol abuse and alcoholism.
Commonly Abused Drugs http://www.drugabuse.gov/DrugPages/DrugsofAbuse.html (Attention: Non-MDH link)
A National Institute of Drug Abuse Web site with information about drugs including street names, how the drugs are administered and the potential effects and consequences.
Drug Descriptions http://www.usdoj.gov/dea/concern/concern.htm (Attention: Non-MDH link)
The Drug Enforcement Administration’s site for descriptions of drugs including what they look like and how they affect people.
The Office of National Drug Control Policy http://www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov (Attention: Non-MDH link)
A site for information about illegal drugs.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving - MADD
Alcohol and Your College Experience http://www.factsontap.org/ (Attention: Non-MDH link)
A site for college students to learn about the impact of alcohol on their lives.
NIDA for Teens: The science behind drug abuse http://www.teens.drugabuse.gov/ (Attention: Non-MDH link)
A site for teens to learn about how drug affect them from the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Health and Human Services for Kids http://www.hhs.gov/kids/ (Attention: Non-MDH link)
Links to several Web sites for children on a variety of health topics.
National and Minnesota alcohol and other drug data resources:
Minnesota County Health Tables (County Level Data)
Minnesota Student Survey
State and County Level Data (Attention: Non-MDH link)
State data and trend data http://education.state.mn.us/html/intro_safe_survey.htm (Attention: Non-MDH link)
* School district data must be obtained from individual districts.
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Prevalence Data (National and state date on alcohol use for people over age 18) http://www.cdc.gov/brfss/ (Attention: Non-MDH link)
Monitoring the Future (National Data on Youth Chemical Use) http://monitoringthefuture.org/ (Attention: Non-MDH link)
National Survey on Drug Use and Health (National data on use of people over age 12) http://oas.samhsa.gov/nhsda.htm#NHSDAinfo (Attention: Non-MDH link)
Alcohol policy resources:
Central Center for the Application of Prevention Technology
Materials and information on science-based prevention strategies including policies
800/782-1878, 763/427-5310 www.ccapt.org/ (Attention: Non-MDH link)
Minnesota Department of Public Safety
Alcohol & Gambling Enforcement Support for implementing policies to reduce alcohol-related problems including sample ordinances. http://www.dps.state.mn.us/alcgamb/alcgamb.html (Attention: Non-MDH link)
Office of Traffic Safety Information on reducing underage drinking and impaired driving. www.dps.state.mn.us/ots/Laws_Legislation/impaired_driving.asp(Attention: Non-MDH link)
Minnesota Prevention Resource Center
Materials and information on alcohol-related issues
800/782-1878, 763/427-5310 www.emprc.org (Attention: Non-MDH link)
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Materials and information on policies to reduce impaired driving
http://nhtsa.gov/people/outreach/media/catalog/Index.cfm (Attention: Non-MDH link)
Scroll down to the “Topic” box and click on “Impaired Driving.”
Northeast Center for the Application of Prevention Technology
Information on science-based prevention policies
http://www.northeastcapt.org/products/strategies/index.html (Attention: Non-MDH link)
Scroll down and click on “Policy.”
University of Minnesota Alcohol Epidemiology Program
Materials and information on policies and local ordinances
612/624-1818 www.epi.umn.edu/alcohol/ (Attention: Non-MDH link)
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