Director: Robert G. Carlson

The Center for Interventions, Treatment and Addictions Research (CITAR), formerly the Division of Substance Abuse Intervention Programs (SAIP), is administratively housed within Boonshoft School of Medicine's Department of Community Health. It represents the focal point for substance abuse related services, academic research, and services research. Although the larger purpose of the Center is to advance the production, dissemination and utilization of scientific knowledge and professional technology regarding the epidemiology, consequences, prevention and treatment of substance abuse, its goals are directed at the understanding of substance abuse phenomena and their intervention and management in smaller and mid-sized cities and their surrounding suburban and rural communities.

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Browse the Center for Interventions, Treatment and Addictions Research Collections:

Accidental Drug Overdose Trends in 23 Counties in Ohio

AIDS Prevention Research Project

Case Management Enhancements Project

Chinese HIV Risk Reduction Project

Crack Cocaine and Health Services Use

Crack Cocaine and Health Services Use in Rural Ohio

Dayton Area Drug Survey

Developing ARTAS Linkage Case Management for the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

MDMA/Club Drug Use and STD/HIV Sex Risk Behavior in Ohio

Ohio Substance Abuse Monitoring Network

Opioid Use Trajectories and HIV Risk Among Young Adults in Ohio

Partnership with Gent University and the Province of East Flanders, Belgium

Rural Stimulant Use and Mental Health: Services and Outcomes

Rx Drug Abuse Educational Video Series

Social Web Data on Buprenorphine Abuse using Semantic Web Technology

Unintentional Prescription Drug Poisoning Project

Wright Health Study