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1 Center for Drug & Social Policy Research (CDSPR)
Link: http://www.uh.edu/cdspr/
Description: University of Houston. CDSPR's overall objective is to conduct basic and applied research and research training on drug abuse and related social and public policy issues that address this problem. Avelardo Valdez, Director.
Subjects: Hispanics and Latinos | Heroin | HIV/AIDS
Categories: ATOD Research Centers - U.S.
2 National Hispanic Science Network on Drug Abuse (NHSN)
Link: http://nhsn.med.miami.edu/
Description: The National Hispanic Science Network on Drug Abuse is dedicated to improving the health of Hispanics by increasing the amount and quality of interdisciplinary translational research on drug abuse and fostering the development of Hispanic scientists in drug abuse research. The web site includes a repository of measures translated into Spanish and used in studies with Hispanic samples. Yolanda Mancilla, PhD, director; located at University of Miami Center for Family Studies.
Subjects: Hispanics and Latinos
Categories: ATOD Research Centers - U.S.
3 National Latino Addiction Treatment Community Network
Link: http://www.nlatinoaddiction.org/main.asp
Description: This website will emphasize science-based information related to the health of Hispanic communities by particularly addressing drug use problems and consequences, drug treatment and health care availability, co-occurring condition protocols, patient assessment instruments, and human resources such as specialists and consultants knowledgeable of the health of Hispanic/Latino communities. It will disseminate science-based data that can help educators across all levels of the drug use workforce community provide effective services.
Subjects: Hispanics and Latinos
Categories: Organizations and Advocacy
4 National Latino Tobacco Control Network (NLTCN)
Link: http://latinotobaccocontrol.org/
Description: Through collaborations, trainings and technical assistance, NLTCN empowers Latinos to engage in tobacco control and build capacity to achieve health equity. NLTCN is one of the six National Networks funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Office on Smoking and Health to serve specific populations experiencing tobacco-related disparities.
Subjects: Hispanics and Latinos
Categories: Organizations and Advocacy

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