CR041713 The Addictions: Biology, Toxicology, and Available Treatment
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review the time frame of detection of drugs in urine compared to hair,
the rationale for using segmented hair sampling in tracking compliance
with abstinence, and the potential problems with testing for drugs of
abuse in urine and hair. Speakers will discuss the biology of addiction
and how various addictive substances react in the human body, including
neurotransmission and homeostasis. Attendees will be provided with an
overview of substance abuse treatment services offered by the Department
of Mental Health & Addiction Services, including services offered
for clients involved in the criminal justice and court systems; and be
provided with an overview of substance abuse services offered by the DCF
to adolescents and their caregivers.