United Way of Broward County Commission on Substance Abuse
The United Way of Broward County Commission on Substance Abuse (UWBCCSA) is a broad based substance use/abuse coalition dedicated to reducing substance use/abuse and all its devastating consequences on individuals, families, and communities.
Painkiller Overdose Deaths Have Tripled: Government Report
Overdose deaths from prescription narcotics tripled from 2009-2010, compare ...
Study Finds Extended-Release Naltrexone Can Save Overall Healthcare Costs
An extended-release drug to treat alcohol and opioid dependence can lead to ...
E-Cigarettes Don’t Have a Big Impact on Smoking Quit Rates, Study Concludes
E-cigarette use is not leading many people who smoke regular cigarettes to ...
Drug Experts Concerned About Rise Of “Flakka” Drug In Broward
It’s a new designer drug that is showing up across South Florida. It’s called “flakka” and drug expe ...
The Costs of Underage Drinking in Florida
Underage drinking is a persistent public health problem that generates significant costs to society ...
Prescription Drug Abuse Trends in Florida
The illicit use of prescription pain medications is an issue that is emerging rapidly nationally and ...
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Drug Trends & Indicator Reports
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It Takes a Village
Prescription Drug Abuse Toolkit
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I am Dad
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Expansion of Access to Healthcare
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