Prevent Substance Use
Disorders in Adolescence
Megan Snair, Rapporteur
Board on Children, Youth, and
Division of Behavioral and Social
Sciences and Education
Proceedings of a Workshop
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PLANNING COMMITTEE FOR FAMILY-FOCUSED INTERVENTIONS TO PREVENT SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS IN ADOLESCENCE: A WORKSHOP
LESLIE R. WALKER-HARDING (Chair), Seattle Children’s Hospital
VINCENT GUILAMO-RAMOS, Duke University School of Nursing
AARON HOGUE, Partnership to End Addiction
MARGARET KUKLINSKI, University of Washington School of Social Work
ERIN MCKNIGHT, Nationwide Children’s Hospital
TERRINIEKA POWELL, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
ERIN FOX, Program Officer (until July 29, 2022)
AMANDA GRIGG, Program Officer (as of August 1, 2022)
SUNIA YOUNG, Senior Program Assistant
BOARD ON CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES
DAVID V.B. BRITT (Chair), Sesame Workshop (retired)
HAROLYN BELCHER, Kennedy Krieger Institute; Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
RICHARD F. CATALANO, University of Washington; Social Development Research Group
TAMMY CHANG, University of Michigan
DIMITRI CHRISTAKIS, Seattle Children’s Research Institute; University of Washington
GREG DUNCAN, University of California, Irvine
NANCY E. HILL, Harvard University
STEPHANIE J. MONROE, The Wrenwood Group, LLC
JAMES M. PERRIN, Harvard Medical School; Mass General Hospital for Children
NISHA SACHDEV, Milken Institute of Public Health, George Washington University
MARTIN H. TEICHER, McLean Hospital; Harvard Medical School
JONATHAN TODRES, Georgia State University College of Law
JOANNA LEE WILLIAMS, Rutgers University
NATACHA BLAIN, Director
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