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RADAR will be open limited hours beginning October 12th, 2020

Due to COVID-19, RADAR has been closed to the public for several months.  Beginning October 12th, we plan to be open to the public on Mondays and Tuesdays from 9:30am to 3:30pm.  Many factors could force us to be unavailable during these limited hours, so we do encourage you to call or email beforehand, if possible.  Appointments on other days/times are possible as well.

Masks are required on Boise State University campus. We will still serve our patrons through online ordering or requests through email (shipping within the state of Idaho) at any time!

RADAR Center Hours:

Beginning October 12th:

Mondays and Tuesdays 9:30am to 3:30pm, or by appointment

You may call or email to inquire about office hours to ensure we’re open.
208-426-3471, radar@boisestate.edu

RADAR News

Our October Newsletter is available!

The monthly publication from the RADAR Center provides a brief overview of new materials and announcements at our resource center as well as information about relevant events in the Treasure Valley Community, webinars and free trainings.

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NDEWS monitors emerging drug use trends to enable health experts, researchers, and concerned citizens across the country to respond quickly to potential outbreaks of illicit drugs such as heroin and to identify increased use of designer synthetic compounds.

Michelle R. Peace, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Forensic Science, Virginia Commonwealth University has provided site users with slides and information regarding what to watch out for, what they look like and how to discuss this new concern.


SAMHSA Treatment Resources For Opioid Use Disorder-Flyer (PDF)

The flyer lists opioid use disorder resources for individual and community members and practitioners.


The Opioid Epidemic

Mapping and analytics company Esri created an interactive series of maps demonstrating the widespread impact of opioids. The maps show where opioids are most prevalent and where drug poisoning deaths are happening across the country. Counties and cities can also learn how to map their own data to take action against abuse and addiction.


NDEWS: National Drug Early Warning System

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NDEWS monitors emerging drug use trends to enable health experts, researchers, and concerned citizens across the country to respond quickly to potential outbreaks of illicit drugs such as heroin and to identify increased use of designer synthetic compounds.


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Idaho RADAR Center

The Idaho RADAR Center provides free information about alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs to Idaho residents only. It includes a Lending Library of over 900 titles and functions as a statewide information clearinghouse and resource referral center.

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