DEWS Fax (1998 to 2006)
DEWS Fax was a bi-monthly, one-page publication highlighting emerging substance abuse trends and issues in Maryland, including findings from Maryland's Drug Early Warning System (DEWS) projects. The DEWS project, including the DEWS Fax publication, ended in July 2006.
By default, all available faxes are displayed below, but you may select one option each from year, topic, drug and special populations to narrow your search.
|July 2006||Volume 8, Issue 3||Maryland Drug Early Warning System Ending; DEWS Publications Available on CESAR's Website|
|May 2006||Volume 8, Issue 2||Eight Methamphetamine Labs and One Dump Site Identified in Maryland in 2005|
|February 2006||Volume 8, Issue 1||Maryland High School Students' Use of Alcohol, Cigarettes, and Marijuana Has Declined During the Past Two Decades|
|December 2005||Volume 7, Issue 6||Alcohol, Cocaine, Heroin, and Marijuana Most Common Substances of Abuse Among Maryland Treatment Admissions in FY2004|
|October 2005||Volume 7, Issue 5||Underage Drinking in Maryland|
|July 2005||Volume 7, Issue 4||2005 Juvenile OPUS Report Now Available: Marijuana Is Drug Detected Most Often Among Detained Youth|
|June 2005||Volume 7, Issue 3||Baltimore City's Treatment System Loses More Than $7 Million in Funding; Number of Clients Receiving Treatment Decreases|
|March 2005||Volume 7, Issue 2||Young Adults 18 to 25 Years Old Have the Highest Unmet Need for Alcohol and Drug Use Treatment in the State|
|January 2005||Volume 7, Issue 1||Warning Signs for Early Marijuana Use Among High School Seniors Also Related to Drinking and Driving|
|December 2004||Volume 6, Issue 6||New Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration (ADAA) Report Highlights Maryland Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Services Provided During 2003|