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2005 Jordan Institute
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Vol. 10, No. 2
April 2005

References for the Issue on Methamphetamine

Butterfield, F. (2004, Feb. 23). Home drug-making laboratories expose children to toxic fallout. New York Times. <>

Center for Substance Abuse Research. (2004). Workplace drug tests patterns changing (Oct. 11, 2004). College Park, MD: University of Maryland. <>

Crowell, D. J. & Webber, J. R. (2001). Project strengthening supervision: Signs of client methamphetamine use and caseworker safety procedures. Normal, IL: Illinois State University School of Social Work. <>

Eisley, M. (2004, Dec. 1). New meth laws worsen penalties. Raleigh News and Observer.

Gregory, A. & Lacour, G. (2004, Mar. 22). Cracking down on meth: NC aims to tighten laws, limit sales of key chemicals. Charlotte Observer. <>

Koch Crime Institute. (2004). Manufacturing of methamphetamine. <>

Lacour, G. & Gregory, A. (2004, Mar. 21). Meth is invading Carolinas: Frightening, devastating, spreading. Charlotte Observer. <>

Larimer County , Colorado . (2004, April). Methamphetamine crisis in Larimer County. Compass of Larimer County. <>

Locke, M. (2004, Sep. 1). Prolific meth labs stymie cops. Raleigh News and Observer.

Mason, A. P. (2004). Methamphetamine labs. Presented at the annual conference of the North Carolina Family-Based Services Association, Blowing Rock, NC.

Mathias, R. (2001, October). Biochemical brain abnormality found in school-age children prenatally exposed to cocaine. NIDA Notes, 16(4). <>

McFadden, K. (2003, June 19). On the front lines: County agencies respond to the meth threat, Watauga pioneers standards and policies. The Mountain Times. <>

McWhirter, C. & Miller, J. Y. (2004, June 5). Meth on rise in rural Georgia: Cheap drug spreads like kudzu. Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Narconon of Southern California. (1998). History of meth. Newport Beach, CA < >

National Crime Prevention Council. (2002). Responding to methamphetamine: Washington State’s promising example. Washington, DC: Author. <>

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National Drug Intelligence Center . (2003, April). North Carolina drug threat assessment. <>

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National Jewish Medical and Research Center. (2004). Toxic brew of chemicals cooked up in methamphetamine labs. Denver, CO: Author. <>

NC Dept. of Justice. (2004). North Carolina methamphetamine summit: Final report. Raleigh, NC: Author. <>

NC Division of Social Services. (2005). NC Family Support and Child Welfare Manual, Chapter IX: Drug endangered children. <>

Office of National Drug Control Policy. (2003, Nov.). ONDCP drug policy information clearinghouse fact sheet: Methamphetamine. <>

Riverside County DEC. (2005). Riverside County Drug Endangered Children Program Website. Riverside County, CA: Author. <>

Sena, J. (2005, Feb. 2). Fighting a new addiction: Meth recovery requires a more non-traditional strategy. Watauga Democrat. <>

Shaw, V. (2004, June 3). Drug endangered children. Presented at a methamphetamine conference, Asheville, NC.

Sheff, D. (2005, February 6). My addicted son. New York Times. <>

Sommerfield, J. (2004). Beating an addiction to meth: Researchers zero in on brain effects, treatment approaches. <>

Swetlow, K. (2003, June). Children at clandestine methamphetamine labs: Helping meth’s youngest victims. OVC Bulletin. <>

Szalavitz, M. (2005, Feb. 15). Hope for meth addicts.<>

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. (2002). The forms of methamphetamine: Drug intelligence brief. <>

US Drug Enforcement Agency. (2005). Factsheet: Fast facts about meth. Washington, DC: Author. <>

Vaughn, C. (2003). Get up to speed on methamphetamine use. NCADI Reporter. <>

Wagoner, A. M. (2004, May 24). Combating meth is a community effort. Salisbury ( North Carolina) Post. <>

Wells, K. & Wright, W. (2004, Sept. 14). Medical summit. Presented at Idaho’s Second Annual Drug Endangered Children conference, Post Falls, Idaho. <>

Worth, S. (2005, March 9). Personal communication. Raleigh, NC: Author.