Resource List:

Methamphetamine and its Impact on Women, Children and Families

 

 

 

National and State Drug Endangered Children (DEC) Materials And Protocols

Other Methamphetamine-Related Protocols And Resources

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Publications

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Publications

Other Major Reports and Publications

Federal Methamphetamine Conferences

The Methamphetamine Clearinghouse

Clandestine Labs and High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas

Upcoming and Recently Completed Methamphetamine Trainings

UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs (ISAP)

Videos from Washington State’s Alcohol and Drug Clearinghouse

 

Available soon on this website: Methamphetamine and Women, Children and Families: An Historical Landscape of Issues and Federal Efforts. This paper highlights recent initiatives on prevention and treatment of methamphetamine use disorders, and provides an overview of activity in four areas: 1) drug scheduling and other efforts to control production and use through legislation; 2) task forces to improve coordinated responses; 3) major research and data gathering efforts; and 4) SAMHSA program funding and coordination efforts.


National and State Drug Endangered Children (DEC) Materials and Protocols

 

 

 

Other Meth-Related Protocols and Resources

 

 

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Publications

 

 

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Publications

 

 

Other Major Reports and Publications

 

Federal/National Reports

 

 

State/Local Reports

 

Federal Methamphetamine Conferences

 

 

The Methamphetamine Clearinghouse

 

 

Clandestine Labs and High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas

 

 

Upcoming and Recently Completed Methamphetamine Trainings 

 

UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs (ISAP)

 

Videos from Washington State’s Alcohol and Drug Clearinghouse

 

The following videos are available through Washington State’s Alcohol and Drug Clearinghouse (http://clearinghouse.adhl.org/video/A-Z_html/M.html)

 

Methamphetamine Addiction Treatment Forum-Part 1: “Myths and Facts About Meth Addiction” (2001).  Methamphetamine Forum focusing on the treatment of methamphetamine addiction, held in Tacoma, WA on December 7, 2001.

 

Methamphetamine Addiction Treatment Forum-Part 2 “Dealing with the Issue” (2001). Methamphetamine Forum focusing on the treatment of methamphetamine addiction, held in Tacoma, WA on December 7, 2001.


Methamphetamine: The Crystal Cage (1998) Designed for teens, this video extensively interviews five former users as a means of exploring the cycle of addiction and learning first-hand the risks involved in methamphetamine use and addiction.

 

Methamphetamine: The Rush to Crash (1997). Educates the viewer to the dangers of methamphetamine use through slick computer graphics and personal testimonies.

 

Meth: A Snap Shot of an Ugly Drug (1997). The Drug Enforcement Administration explores the creation and increased usage of meth.

 

The East Coast Meth-Challenge (1997). A teleconference that discusses the increase of meth and what is being done to try to stop the epidemic and educate individuals on the harmful effects of meth.

 

The West Coast Meth-Challenge (1997). A teleconference hosted by Barry R. McCaffrey, Director Office of National Drug Control Policy, and moderated by Tim Koppel.

 

The Meth Effect (1997). Illustrates how methamphetamines affect the brain and other body systems. Also discussed are the meth high, withdrawal, relapse, and recovery.

 

Meth Madness Town Hall Meeting-Public Forum on Meth's Potential Deadly Effects (2001).  A public forum with 13 speakers discussing methamphetamines, held in Yakima, WA on October 23, 2001.

 

METH: What's Cooking in Your Neighborhood (2001). A drug-specific teleconference on one of the most widely abused illicit drugs in the world, methamphetamine.