RAND Drug Policy Research Center (DPRC) Newsletter

June 1998


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The 1998 newsletter for the RAND Drug Policy Research Center (DPRC) includes these reports: "Changing the Behavior of Methadone Recipients," "Prenatal Substance Exposure," "Update: The Partnership with Phoenix House," "Are the Media to Blame for Teen Drug Use?" and "Evaluating Operation Drug TEST."

Table of Contents

  • Changing the Behavior of Methadone Recipients

  • A Message from the Directors

  • Update: The Partnership with Phoenix House

  • Prenatal Substance Exposure

  • Visiting Scholar: Peter Homel

  • Are the Media to Blame for Teen Drug Use?

  • ALERT Plus

  • Evaluating Operation Drug TEST

  • New People

  • New Publications

  • Advisory Board Members

  • In Remembrance

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