The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute

Information

The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute develops and disseminates a wide variety of information resources in order to fulfill its mission of advancing research, policy, and practice to improve the lives of individuals, families, and communities affected by substance use disorders.

Research findings, data and statistics, informative resources, and other tools are disseminated through our information services, Clearinghouse, and publications and presentations, as well as numerous websites, news blogs, email lists, newsletters, conferences, symposia, and more. Find out how to connect to us via social media, email lists, and more.

The ADAI Library closed in 2019, however its book collection, developed and curated over a span of over 40 years, is being digitized and added to The SALIS Collection at the Internet Archive, where you can read/borrow items for free. ADAI is still providing some information services (finding articles, books, resources, other information, e.g.). For assistance, contact Meg Brunner, MLIS, Director of Information Services.

In this section, find:

  • ADAI Publications and Reports: Find journal articles, book chapters, reports and more from ADAI researchers.
  • Data & Statistics: Up-to-date interactive data charts, and resources for finding county and state, as well as national, statistics.
  • Professional Tools: Screening and assessment instruments, evidence-based practices, resources toolkits for providers and educators, and guidance on finding research articles and other information.
  • Prevention and Education: Websites with information for the public about marijuana, opioids, methamphetamine, and other substances; prevention and training materials; guidance on finding information about substance use disorders on the web.
  • Treatment/Help: Contact information for local helplines, self-help organizations (12-step, e.g.), and more.