Given that much work in substance abuse is interdisciplinary, one may find social work articles in a variety of professional journals, from medicine and nursing, to journals devoted specifically to addiction.
The CAC, housed at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work, is the first social work research development center funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
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NIDA Social Work Infrastructure Development Programs NIDA has funded seven Social Work Infrastructure Development Programs to advance social work research in substance abuse and to develop future researchers in the field.
Each of these centers has a unique focus, addressing HIV and substance abuse, prevention, comorbidity with mental illness, and work with underserved populations.