Download only Written in Korean, explains the increased risk of HIV transmission among people who abuse drugs or alcohol, stresses the importance of seeking treatment for both substance abuse and HIV/AIDS; and encourages people to seek support. Lists additional resources. Publication ID SMA10-4518 Publication Date April 2010 Format Brochure Download Drugs, Alcohol, HIV/AIDS (Korean) PDF 13.36 MB Find Related Information Population Group People with Substance Use or Abuse Problems as Population Group You May Also Be Interested In The Next Step Toward a Better Life (Korean version) This Korean-language brochure describes the stages of recovery from people living with substance use disorders and what to expect after leaving detoxification services. It offers guidance on adjusting to sobriety and long-term recovery. The brochure also discusses legal issues and lists resources. Anger Management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Manual (Korean Version) Helps counselors teach anger management techniques in a group setting to clients with substance abuse problems or mental illness. Uses cognitive behavioral therapy to address the anger cycle, conflict resolution, assertiveness skills, and anger-control plans. Translated and culturally adapted for Korean audiences. Anger Management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients: Participant Workbook (Korean Version) Designed for use by participants in group cognitive behavioral therapy sessions on anger management for people with substance abuse problems or mental illness. Summarizes core concepts for each session; includes worksheets and homework assignments. Translated and culturally adapted for Korean audiences. The Facts about Buprenorphine for Treatment of Opioid Addiction (Korean Version) This Korean-language brochure gives patients information on buprenorphine and medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder. It describes addiction and withdrawal, how buprenorphine works, its proper use, its side effects, and how it fits with counseling in the recovery process.