University Of Maryland
CESAR: Center for Substance Abuse Research


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.





Date Volume/Issue Title
April 2003 Volume 5, Issue 4 DEWS Website Provides Valuable Information Regarding Drug Trends in Maryland
March 2003 Volume 5, Issue 3 St. Mary's County DEWS County Snapshot Released: Alcohol and Marijuana Continue to Be Most Persistent Problems
February 2003 Volume 5, Issue 2 Nearly One-Half of New Maryland AIDS Cases Reported in 2001 Associated with Injecting Drug Use, Compared to One-Fourth Nationally
January 2003 Volume 5, Issue 1 Drug Scan Annual Report Reveals Problems with Ecstasy, Oxycodone, and Heroin Among Most Maryland Counties
December 2002 Volume 4, Issue 11 One-Half of Maryland Adult Arrestees Need Substance Abuse Treatment
November 2002 Volume 4, Issue 10 More Than One-Half of Maryland Drug Overdose Deaths Occur in Baltimore City
October 2002 Volume 4, Issue 9 Baltimore Heroin-Related Emergency Department Episodes Continue to Decline; Cocaine-Related Episodes Are Stable
September 2002 Volume 4, Issue 8 Baltimore County and Harford County OPUS Reports Now Available: Youths Report Methods of Ingesting Marijuana and Ecstasy
August 2002 Volume 4, Issue 7 Allegany and Garrett County OPUS Report Now Available: Like Other Counties, Marijuana and Ecstasy Reported to Be Most Popular Drugs
June/July 2002 Volume 4, Issue 6 More Than 285,000 Maryland Adults Are Estimated to Need Substance Abuse Treatment

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