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Dartmouth Center on Addiction, Recovery & Education

7764 Parker House
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: 603-646-9215
Fax: 603-646-9151
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Other Regional Resources

These sources were compiled for health care providers by Heather Blunt working with Bill Garrity and Karen Odato at Dana Library as part of the library's series called "Library Grand Rounds." Many outside of the health care field have found them useful as well.

The Substance Abuse Literature

  • UpToDate
    UpToDate is a clinical information resource which offers up-to-date, fully-referenced expert answers to patient-care, diagnosis, and treatment questions. Topic reviews are written by recognized authorities who review the topic, synthesize the evidence, summarize key findings, and provide specific recommendations.
  • CORK bibliographic database
    The CORK database includes records for over 51,000 journal articles, books, book chapters, and reports on substance abuse from the fields of medicine, psychology, and the social sciences.

The Best of the Web

Major Government Sites



  • NIDA Clinical Toolbox From NIDA
    The Clinical Toolbox is a compilation of publications for treatment providers based on NIDA-supported research.
  • Treatment Improvement Exchange (TIE) From CSAT
    The TIE is dedicated to communicating current trends and protocols in alcohol and drug treatment. Among its resources are the Treatment Improvement Protocols (TIPs), a series of best practice guidelines, and the Technical Assistance Publications (TAPs), which offer practical responses to emerging issues written by experts.
  • SAMHSA National Directory of Treatment and Prevention Programs
    Find treatment facilities closest to a location you select.

Patient/Consumer Education

Professional Training

Community Prevention

  • Centers for the Application of Prevention Technologies From CSAP
    Helps state agencies and community organizations apply science-based prevention programs and strategies in the field.
  • Bridges to Prevention
    A coalition developed in response to a project of the NH Department of Health and Human Services that is funding community-level capacity to prevent and reduce alcohol abuse among 12 to 34 year olds.

Prevention on College Campuses

  • College Drinking Prevention Initiative
    The first comprehensive report on alcohol use among college students based on a focused review of the research literature.
  • What Campuses are Doing
    From the U.S. Department of Education's Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention. Includes detailed descriptions of drug prevention approaches in use on college and university campuses across the U.S.

These links are to resources specific to New Hampshire and Vermont.

Links to related Dartmouth departments and offices.


Last Updated: 11/13/11