Latest Research: Prevalence and correlates of self-harm among a sample of repeat DUI offenders

Background: Driving under the influence of alcohol or other substances (DUI) and suicide are both persistent but potentially preventable public health problems. DUI offenders, particularly those who have repeatedly offended, report elevated risk for many suicide risk factors. However, researchers have not systematically studied associations between repeat DUI and suicide. Methods: Out of a population of 729…

CARS v1.05 Released

The CARS development team spent a lot of time this winter working on security enhancements and improving functionality in CARS. Today, we are proud to release CARS v.1.05 – the latest update to CARS, available at the CARS Download page. This update includes new password requirements for CARS users. The CARS toolbar will now lock…

Dr. Sarah Nelson interviewed on WPR

Dr. Sarah Nelson joined Central Time on Wisconsin Public Radio to discuss CARS and the pilot program in Wisconsin. http://www.carstrainingcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Dr_Nelson_CARS_NPR-2.mp3

Announcing the Release of CARS

For the past six years, the Division on Addiction has collaborated with the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility (FAAR) to develop a mental health screening and assessment tool that can be used in programs that work with DUI offenders and beyond. Today, we are excited to be able to make that tool, the Computerized Assessment…