Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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At the present time, the problem of substance abuse among young individuals and students, in particular is the most common
issue. Providing appropriate strategies in preventing and the treatment of such problem is very important issue in different
societies. Studies in substance abuse indicate that majority of young students who are regarded as human resources in each
country are engaged in substance abuse. Therefore, it is necessary for public and private sectors to help and support financially
educational institutions for confronting, preventing and the treatment of drug-addicted individuals. Educating individuals will
enhance their awareness of the risks of substance abuse. Schools must include special issues in their curriculum and textbook
related to the problems of substance abuse. In this article, we have tried to identity some destructive aspects of substance abuse.
We have also referred to some educational strategies and presented two effective models durable and non-durable which will
be discussed in this paper.
Dr. Bayan Memar is an assistant professor at Qom University in the field of Education. He specializes in Management and Planning in Education. He
has been teaching and doing research for more than 25 years. (Dr. Bayan Memar received his Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University
of Houston, Texas, in 1981. His doctoral Dissertation Topic was A Determination of perceived minimum Economics Understanding needed by
community Junior College Graduates in mid-Management
Ana Gretel Echaz Bschemeier is anthropologist by the Universidad Nacional de Salta (Argentina), has completed her Master in Social Anthropology at the Universidade Federal de Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil) and now is starting her doctorate in Anthropology at the Universidade de Braslia (Brazil). Her research interests are focused on gender, ethics, psychiatric reform and the therapeutic use of ayahuasca in Argentina, Brazil and Peru
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