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Substance Abuse Clinical Trials

A listing of Substance Abuse medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (176) clinical trials

Workit Health is recruiting participants for a randomized trial of an online service for individuals with risky substance use. This is a research project to assess whether the Workit Health program can help individuals reduce or quit their use of alcohol or other drugs. Participation is wholly voluntary. As a ...

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Do you or someone you know have an Opioid Dependence problem? If so, then you should know that opioid dependence can lead to serious physical and mental health problems. You may qualify to participate in a local research study if you have dependence problems with prescription and non-prescription opioid drugs ...

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Homeless Care Management App

There is a significant revolving door of incarceration among homeless adults, a population with substantial health disparities. Homeless adults who receive the professional coordination of individualized care (i.e., case management) during the period following their release from jail experience fewer mental health and substance use problems, are more likely to ...

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Community Wise Optimization Trial

The current project seeks to implement the Multiphase Optimization Strategy (MOST) and Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) principles to identify the most efficient, scalable, and sustainable combination of Community Wise components. Community Wise is a manualized multi-level intervention aimed at reducing health inequalities related to alcohol and illicit drug use ...

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Increasing Caregiver Engagement in Juvenile Drug Courts

Juvenile offenders with substance abuse problems represent a large and underserved population that is at high risk of deleterious outcomes and long-term costs for themselves, their families, communities, and society. Moreover, a high percentage of substance abusing adolescents continue to abuse substances and engage in criminal activity into adulthood. Although ...

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Personalized Health Assessment Related to Medications (Project PHARM)

This project proposes to evaluate the efficacy of Screening and Brief Interventions (SBIs) for reducing college students' PSM misuse through two different routes of screening and intervention across 9 colleges and universities spanning the United States. The research will consist of studies designed to 1) conduct focus groups to refine ...

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Neurobiological Substrate of Social Context on Cognitive Control in Drug Users

The aim of the present project is to reveal, using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) in drug users, a specific modulation of brain structures and circuits involved in cognitive control (and especially those of inhibitory control) and reward while subjects are performing under the influence of drug-associated cues and in ...

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Project I Test: Implementing HIV Testing in Opioid Treatment Programs

Using the most recent National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS) data available from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) as the sampling frame, 51 sites will be randomly selected to participate in the study. Site randomization to condition will occur in waves. Selected sites will ...

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Integrated Care Models to Improve Patient Centered-Outcomes

Study aims. Given the documented need for valuable information about system-level features that can be used to effectively and efficiently support adults in living well with MCC, this study is designed to achieve the following aims: Aim 1: Compare the effectiveness of High-Touch, High-Tech, and Usual Care on primary outcomes ...

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The Effects of an Acute Bout of Exercise on Alcohol and Cocaine Craving - an fNIRS Study

The aim of this study is to examine whether, following acute exercise bouts at moderate and high intensities, reduced craving and increased inhibitory control can be observed in alcohol or cocaine dependent individuals. As the focus of this study is the potential of exercise to be integrated into treatment, individuals ...

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