Substance Abuse Trends in Texas:
Comprehensive twenty four page report
By Jane C. Maxwell, Ph.D.
The Center for Excellence in Drug Epidemology
Gulf Coast Addiction Technology Transfer Center
UT Center for Social Work Research
Addiction Science Research and Education
1 University Station A1915, PHR 5.210
Austin TX 78712-0125
ASREC is a group of scientists whose mission is to communicate
the latest findings in Addiction Science to the public in terms
that make the message easy to understand.
Gulf Coast Addiction Technology Transfer
1717 W. 6th Street, Ste. 335
Austin, TX 78703
The Gulf Coast Addiction Technology Transfer Center (GCATTC)
is one of 14 regional University Centers in the United States.
The center works through multiple consortia of educational institutions
and other agencies to promote incorporation of research into
addictions curricula and provides technical assistance and consultation
for state agencies and community organizations in Texas, Louisiana,
and Mississippi to facilitate workforce development and implementation
of evidence-based practices.
Research Society on Alcoholism
7801 North Lamar Blvd., Suite D-89
Austin, Texas 78752-1038
The Research Society on Alcoholism was established in 1976 to assist and encourage the application of research to the solution of problems related to alcoholism. RSA serves as a meeting ground for scientists working in all fields of alcoholism and alcohol-related problems. The Society, through its emphasis on research, has served as the interdisciplinary crossroads for the understanding of the causes of and potential cures for alcoholism.
The resources page on their
website has an extensive list of links for the following:
Waggoner Center for Alcohol and Addiction
The University of Texas at Austin
1 University Station A4800
Austin, TX 78712-1095
The Waggoner Center for Alcohol and Addiction Research is an organized
research unit of the College of Natural Sciences at The University
of Texas at Austin. Established in 1999, the Center was made possible
by a donation from M. June and J. Virgil Waggoner and matching funds
from UT Austin.
The mission of the Waggoner Center is to develop solutions for the
prevention and cure of alcoholism and related illnesses.
The Cork Project
Cork's mission is to assemble and disseminate current, authoritative information on substance abuse for clinicians, health care providers, human service personnel, and policy makers. Project Cork produces a bibliographic database, offers current awareness services, produces resource materials, responds to queries, and collaborates in professional education efforts. The CORK database of more than 105,000 holdings is searchable online.