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Substance Abuse Prevention Dollars and Cents

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A Cost-Benefit Analysis
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This report analyzes national costs of substance use and cost savings that could be gained if effective prevention policies were implemented nationwide. It lists programs and policies that are most cost-beneficial.

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SMA07-4298
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May 2009
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