Media Archives

globjournDrug Strategies President Mathea Falco discusses current drug violence and trafficking in Mexico on Global Journalist radio program.

hboDrug Strategies contributed to HBO’s Addiction Project.

 

 

newshour2Read Mathea Falco’s interview on U.S. international drug policy on PBS’s NewsHour.

 

 

npr_logo3Go to NPR’s All Things Considered story on Drug Strategies’ Treating Teens.

cronkite‘Drugs, Crime & Campaign ’96’ should help… escape the cliches of the drug war in favor of scientific fact… and answer the questions that bedevil us.”–Walter Cronkite

 

jcasaGo to an abstract of “An In-Depth Survey of the Screening and Assessment Practices of Highly Regarded Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Programs”, published in the Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, January, 2010.

 

satppGo to “Does Higher Cost Mean Better Quality? Evidence from Highly Regarded Adolescent Drug Treatment Programs”, published inSubstance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 2007.

 

shalala“Let me congratulate Drug Strategies for keeping our feet to the fire…Keeping Score is helping us to keep the national spotlight focused on the problems of substance abuse and the damaging effects on our families, in our communities and on our society.”–Donna Shalala, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services 1993-2001

 

apamGo to “The Quality of Highly Regarded Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Programs: Results of an In-depth National Survey”, published in the Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, 2004.

 

Ten Important Questions to Ask a Treatment Program, from the Drug Strategies publication Treating Teens: A Guide to Adolescent Drug Programs 

 

juvjust4Bridging the Gap: A Guide to Drug Treatment in the Juvenile Justice System
2005 – Order this publication. Click here for information supplementing the publication.

 

monkey (1)Visit bubblemonkey.com, Drug Strategies’ web site that gives teens anonymous access to accurate information about drugs.