To encourage experts in public health, law, political science, medicine, sociology, criminal justice, economics, psychology, and other behavioral and policy sciences to address issues of substance abuse.
- $24,927.00 awarded to Rand Corporation - Research on the implementation and impact of California's Proposition 36, a diversion program for non-violent drug-possession offenders
- $100,000.00 awarded to University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Medicine - Assessment of crash culpability relative to the use of alcohol and other drugs by injured drivers
- $49,737.00 awarded to Tobacco Control Resource Center Inc. - Developing and disseminating legal policy research intended to control the growth of Internet sales of tobacco products - Supplemental support
- $931,993.00 awarded to Wake Forest University Health Sciences - Technical assistance and direction for RWJF's Substance Abuse Policy Research Program
- $94,759.00 awarded to University of Baltimore - The prevalence and effectiveness of tobacco brief interventions