RAND researchers consider whether California could do more to reduce DUI and other threats to public health and safety imposed by repeat DUI offenders. Many options are discussed, including ignition interlock devices, DUI courts, the 24/7 Sobriety program, and substance use treatment, including pharmacotherapy, for those with an alcohol use disorder. More research is needed to determine which options work best for which individuals.
Reports and Articles from the Drug Policy Research Center
The RAND Drug Policy Research Center publishes current research in the following eight categories:
Most Recent Publications on Drugs and Drug Policy
Integrating Motivational Interviewing and Traditional Practices to Address Alcohol and Drug Use Among Urban American Indian/Alaska Native YouthSeptember 25, 2015
American Indian and Alaska Native youth AOD treatment could benefit from integrating traditional cultural practices.
School-based interventions in smoking prevention.
Where Is Buprenorphine Dispensed to Treat Opioid Use Disorders? The Role of Private Offices, Opioid Treatment Programs, and Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities in Urban and Rural CountiesSeptember 10, 2015
Opioid use disorders are a significant public health problem.
This work expands on the work of other studies that have examined clinical samples of veterans only and suggests Facebook can be an adequate method of obtaining samples of veterans in need of care.