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activities relating to both prevention and treatment that are designed to produce beneficial change
interventions
to refrain voluntarily from the consumption of alcohol or other drugs
abstinence
an immediate and usually newly occuring problem; a problem of recent appearance
acute problem
a problem of long standing; one that has been "in place" for quite awhile
chronic problem
substances which, although unnecessary for survival under most circumstances, acquire such a perceived, powerful, positive value that some people will avidly pursue their use even when there is significant harm to their health, occupation, and relationships
drugs
things of a different kind rather than just one type
heterogenous
activities reducing the probability or severity of a problem
prevention
period of time during which the U.S. forbid by law the sale, manufacture, and transportation of alcoholic liquors as beverages
Prohibition
drugs which affect emotions, thoughts, and behavior
psychoactive
mechanism to limit access to a specific drug, or constraints on how or by whom a particular drug may be used
regulation
popular movement that espoused a belief in moderation or abstinence from the use of intoxicating drink
Temperance Movement
Intervention for people who show signs of a disorder to reduce the immediate and long-term consequences; i.e., disability associated with a chronic disorder
treatment