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.
Almost One-Fourth of Pregnant Women on Medicaid Filled Opioid Prescriptions: Study
Almost one-quarter of pregnant women enrolled in Medicaid in 2007 filled a ...
Bipartisan Senate Group Forms to Fight Prescription Drug Abuse
A bipartisan group of senators has formed to fight prescription drug abuse, ...
Senators Find E-Cigarette Makers Are Targeting Young People
E-cigarette makers are targeting young people with free samples distributed ...
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 ...
Adult and Underage Alcohol Use in Florida
Perhaps no other substance has as widespread consumption and acceptance in the United States as alc ...
Archives - 2011
Drug Trends & Indicator Reports
Historical GIS Maps
It Takes a Village
Prescription Drug Abuse Toolkit
Children and Youth
Choose Peace/Stop Violence
Family Day Every Day
I am Dad
I Am Grandparent
I am Mom
Behavioral Health Funding and Accessibility
Expansion of Access to Healthcare
Financial Stability for Working Families
Quality Standards for Early Learning Providers
Workforce Development and Job Readiness
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