In 2004, The Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation commissioned UC Berkeley's
Institute for the Study of Social Change and the University of California,
San Francisco with reporting an overview of the costs of drug and alcohol
abuse to the state of California. For the results, please
see the attached:
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"The Cost of Alcohol Abuse in California: A Briefing Paper"
CHARLES AND HELEN SCHWAB FOUNDATION, Substance Abuse Program
INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL CHANGE, Community Prevention
In February, 2005, Prevention by Design's Director,
Fried Wittman attended the Sixth Kettil Bruun Society Symposium
on Community-Based Prevention of Alcohol and Drug-related
Problems at the Curtin National Drug Research Institute in
Mandurah, Western Australia. To read the paper he presented,
"Community control of
alcohol and drug risk environments: The California experience
In June, 2005, Prevention by Design's Director, Fried Wittman
attended the Kettil Bruun Society Annual Meeting in
Riverside, California. To read the paper he presented,
CBTs and CPOPs:
Five Step Planning Guide assistance to California County Alcohol
and Drug Programs for Outcome-Based Prevention Planning"