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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 (183) clinical trials

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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The study purpose is to examine whether there are structural or functional differences in the brains of individuals who use cocaine or amphetamines as opposed to control participants who have never used cocaine or amphetamines. More specifically, it will allow the investigator to see how the brain changes once people ...

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Researchers with the University of Kentucky College of Medicine Department of Behavioral Science are conducting research with young adults who use cannabis/marijuana.  All information obtained will be kept confidential.  

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Multisystemic Therapy-Emerging Adults (MST-EA) for Substance Abuse

Prevalence of alcohol and other drug (AOD) abuse and criminal activity is highest during emerging adulthood compared to any other developmental period, and causes extraordinary costs to society. Emerging Adults (EAs; ages 17-21) with AOD abuse have greater incarceration rates than EAs without AOD abuse, and AOD-abusing offenders have significantly ...

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Gabapentin for Bipolar & Cannabis Use Disorders

Bipolar disorder (BD) is the Axis I condition most strongly associated with cannabis use disorder (CUD); there is a six-fold increase in the prevalence of CUD in individuals with BD relative to the general population. Individuals with co-occurring CUD and BD (CUD+BD) have substantially worse clinical outcomes than those with ...

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Facilitating Treatment Entry and Family Planning in Substance-using NICU Mothers

The purpose of this pilot study is to assess whether the hospital-based, adaptive behavioral intervention strategy promotes treatment entry and reduces risk of additional substance-exposed pregnancies (SEPs), as well as HIV and HCV risks among substance-using NICU mothers. Additionally, to assess whether the intervention increases use of professional obstetrical/gynecological resources ...

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Responsible Fatherhood Opportunities for Reentry & Mobility

Individuals with a criminal justice background (either incarcerated or on community supervision) and substance use issues will have the opportunity to enroll in services provided by the Mountain Comprehensive Care Center to focus on enhancing fatherhood and family situations.

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Abuse Liability of Reduced Nicotine Content Cigarettes Within a Complex Tobacco Marketplace

Tobacco regulatory policies can have unanticipated consequences; therefore, methods that would permit prospective estimates of the effects of potential tobacco regulations are necessary for the development of tobacco regulatory science. The goal of this project is to experimentally assess how smokers purchase and consume reduced-nicotine cigarettes. In experiment 1, we ...

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Women's Initiative Supporting Health Increasing Healthcare Access

The PI identified two priority needs of RR women: (1) adequate HIV/HCV prevention counseling and services, including HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) medications for women at high risk, and (2) primary care as an avenue to address co-occurring SUD, MH disorders, and trauma that interfere with HIV preventive care. WISH is ...

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Computer-Assisted Brief Intervention

Four out of five youth in the juvenile justice system show evidence of being under the influence during their offenses, and over half test positive for substances at the time of their arrest. Further, 92% of arrested juveniles who tested positive for drugs tested positive for marijuana. Although some treatment ...

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