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SAMHSA News - May/June 2008, Volume 16, Number 3

photo of young offender sitting by a graffiti wall – for SAMHSA News story on CSAT and YORP programs Grantees List

The Young Offender Reentry Program helps agencies expand or enhance the substance abuse treatment and related services they offer to young offenders returning home. A dozen organizations received the 4-year grants in 2004; another 11 received grants in 2005.

  • Aliviane, Inc, El Paso, TX

  • Atlantic Recovery Services, Long Beach, CA

  • Boston Public Health Commission, Boston, MA

  • CAB Health and Recovery Services, Inc., Peabody, MA

  • Center for Community Alternatives, Inc., Syracuse, NY

  • Chesterfield County, VA

  • Clark County Department of Community Services and Correction, Vancouver, WA

  • Cobb County Community Services Board, Smyrna, GA

  • Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice, Decatur, GA

  • Hispanic Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program, Cleveland, OH

  • Huther-Doyle Memorial Institute, Inc., Rochester, NY

  • Institute for Behavioral Change and Research, Inc., Washington, DC

  • Operation PAR, Inc., Pinellas Park, FL

  • Phoenix House San Diego, Inc., Lake View Terrace, CA

  • Pima Prevention Partnership, Tucson, AZ

  • Prestera Center for Mental Health Services, Huntington, WV

  • Racine County, WI

  • Santa Clara County Bureau of Drug Abuse Services, Campbell, CA

  • SPAN, Inc., Boston, MA

  • Turning Point Center for Youth and Family Development, Fort Collins, CO

  • University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX

  • Vera Institute of Justice, Inc., New York, NY

  • Volunteers of America of Oregon, Inc., Portland, OR. End of Article

« Part 1: Helping Young Offenders Return to Communities

« Part 2: Helping Young Offenders Return to Communities

« What Works?

Administrator’s Message: Reducing Substance Use, Reducing Recidivism »

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Inside This Issue
Helping Young Offenders Return to Communities
Part 1
Part 2
What Works?
Grantees List

Administrator’s Message: Reducing Recidivism

New CSAP Director Named

Returning Veterans: Upcoming Conference Scheduled

Millions Are Driving Under the Influence

Underage Drinking
Communities Take Action
Underage Drinkers Get Alcohol from Adults
How Much Are Young People Drinking?

The American Experience
Promoting the Well-Being of Arab and Muslim Youth
Joining Together
Preventing and Treating Substance Abuse
Refugee Experience
Domestic Violence

2008 Recovery Month Toolkit Available

Honoring Accuracy in Television, Film
PRISM Awards
Voice Awards

Children’s Mental Health Day

Depression: For Teens, Not Just Growing Pains

Staff in the News: Women's Committee Adds Nine New Members

Guest Speaker: Filmmaker Presents Behind Closed Doors


SAMHSA News - May/June 2008, Volume 16, Number 3


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