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OAS Mail Room:  Comments, Questions, & Publications Request

Click here if you would like to be notified by email of new OAS reports.

OAS Mail List:  to add or update your name and address to receive hard copies of publications from SAMHSA's Office of Applied Studies (OAS) or to delete your name and address from the regular OAS mailing list.    Check the OAS publication series to decide which of our publication series mailing list you want to join.  Please update your mailing address at least once a year to ensure receiving the publications you want and to avoid the cost of publications being returned.

Publications Request:   to request a hard copy of specific OAS reports.  Check the OAS publication series to decide what reports you want to request.

Drug Abuse Statistics:  to find national and state data on alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use from SAMHSA's Office of Applied Studies.

Substance Abuse Treatment Locator:  to find alcohol and drug treatment programs with the services you want.

OAS Data Request System:  to provide comments or request SAMHSA's Office of Applied Studies information concerning alcohol, tobacco, and drug abuse.   Check Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)  to see if you can get an answer already on the website concerning data from SAMHSA's Office of Applied Studies.  For data provided by other agencies, please check those agencies directly. 

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This page was last updated on December 31, 2008.

SAMHSA, an agency in the Department of Health and Human Services, is the Federal Government's lead agency for improving the quality and availability of substance abuse prevention, addiction treatment, and mental health services in the United States.

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