NRLC Research

Leveraging Transdermal Alcohol Monitoring to Reduce Drinking among DWI Defendants (SCRAM2)

SCRAM 2 is an NIH-funded study providing alcohol interventions for adults with alcohol-impaired driving offenses (e.g., DWI, DUI).

The interventions are designed to assist those arrested for DWI offenses to reduce harmful alcohol use and test mechanism of change alcohol use among this at-risk population.

The intervention study is provided at no cost. You may have the opportunity to receive compensation to participate in this program.

If you or anyone you know has been arrested for DWI, live in proximity to Bexar County, TX, and would like to learn more about this program, please contact us at (210) 567-2752. All calls are confidential.

Consequences of Substance Use on the Development of Impulse Control (SUI2)

The SUI2 study is an ongoing investigation into how various psychological, physiological, and environmental factors interact to put someone at risk for substance use and substance use disorders throughout the course of adolescence into young adulthood. Since 2010, parents and their children from the San Antonio community have taken part in our study.

While the SUI study is no longer recruiting participants, we have several volunteers who help us with various tasks. If you are interested in volunteering with the SUI study, please see our “Careers and Training” page for contact information.