-The real voyage of discovery consists of not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes. ---Marcel Proust
-A ship in harbour is safe, but that is not what ships are built for. -
--- William Shedd
To lead California's strategy to reduce alcohol and other drug problems by developing, administering, and supporting prevention and treatment programs.
Dr. Pascal Scoles is Professor, and Coordinator of the Behavioral Health Human Services Program, Department of Behavioral Sciences, - Community College of Philadelphia. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. He received his Doctorate -in Addictions and Health from the University of Pennsylvania,- School of Social Work, his Master’s Degree from Rutgers University and his Bachelors’ Degree from LaSalle College, Philadelphia, PA.
The Consortium is an alliance committed to strengthening substance abuse prevention and intervention activities through collaborative research.
The Addiction Recovery Guide assists individuals struggling with drug addiction and alcoholism find help that best suits their needs. From evaluation to residential treatment, we have selected a range of outstanding programs and resources. To seek online help from others in recovery and to share your success story, visit our message board.
The Recovery Directory Project is a searchable database of recovery - oriented links. The main purpose of RDP is to help recovering individuals, or persons seeking recovery, to find the resources they need.
|Substance Misuse Management in General Practice (SMMGP) is a developing network to support General|
Practioners and other members of the primary health care team who work with substance misuse in the United Kingdom. - - - -The project team produces the SMMGP newsletter (Network) and organises the annual conference 'Managing Drug Users in General Practice'.
Discussion Board dedicated to helping users grow marijuana.
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