University of Texas at Austin Social Work Researchers to Study Drug Abuse Among Patients in Trauma Centers
University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work researchers have received $3.59 million from the National Institute on Drug Abuse to study the effectiveness of trauma room screening and intervention with injured patients who have drug problems.
Hogg Foundation Awards Nearly $460,000 in Grants to Address Key Mental Health Policy Issues in Texas
Six Texas-based organizations that are working to address timely, meaningful mental health policy issues in the state have received $456,565 in grants from the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health in November to support their projects.
Most Roadside Solicitors Seek Return to Regular Employment, University of Texas at Austin Report to Austin City Council Shows
With few reporting income above minimum wage, Austin individuals engaging in roadside solicitation are using it as a survival strategy, but most desire to return to more regular employment, according to preliminary results of a University of Texas at Austin study.
Dr. David M. Austin, a pioneer in the field of social work education and a former faculty member at The University of Texas at Austin, died May 29 in Berea, Ky., following a battle with cancer. He was 84.
Do you know what’s in your medicine cabinet—perhaps some leftover Vicodin from that root canal six months ago? It may be where your teenager is going to get high.