The National Institute on Drug Abuse, established in 1974, is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that offers drug addiction counseling to children and adolescents. It offers a wide range of services that include prevention of drug abuse and addiction, substance abuse treatment and health care. It operates various divisions, including epidemiology, neurosciences and behavior research and pharmacotherapy. The institute offers a wide range of programs, such as AIDS/HIV research and undertakes international research activities. It publishes newspapers and magazines for drug and substance abuse education. The National Institute on Drug Abuse located in Rockville, Md.