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Perinatal Substance Abuse Grants

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The Effectiveness of Cigarette Taxation in Deterring Smoking During Subsequent Pregnancies, Jason Abrevaya, Ph.D.
After ASFA: Outcome of the Rhode Island Family Treatment Drug Court, Barry Lester, Ph.D.
Analysis of State Policies Regarding Treatment of Prenatally Drug Exposed Newborns and their Mothers, Neil Gilbert, PhD.
Parental Alcohol Screening in Pediatric Practices, Celeste Wilson, M.D.
Alcohol Use In Pregnancy: State Responses to Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, James Mosher, J.D.
Implementation of ASFA by Dependency Courts Addressing Parental Substance Abuse, Sharon Elstein, M.S.
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and the Law: Policy Choices and Implementation, Eric Schnapper, J.D.
Substance Abuse Treatment for Pregnant Women Under Managed Care, Janet Mitchell, Ph.D.
Cost Effectiveness of Prenatal/postnatal Treatment/interventions for Drug Abusing Pregnant Women, Jean Bailey, Ph.D.
Public Hospital Systems and Managed Care for Drug Involved Mothers and their Children, Dennis Andrulis, Ph.D., MPH
Substance Abuse Policies and Infant Health, Harold Pollack, Ph.D.
An Ethical and Legal Analysis of State-compelled Loss of Liberty as an Intervention to Reduce the Harm of Perinatal Substance Abuse and Addiction, Mary Faith Marshall, Ph.D.
Perinatal Substance Use Treatment and Related Services in a Managed Care Environment, Mary Haack, Ph.D.
Federal and State Level Policies and Women: Impact on Services for Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs, Beth Reed, Ph.D.
Database of Research on Prenatal Drug Exposure and Child Outcomes, Barry Lester, Ph.D.
 
   
 
 
     
   
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