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Office of Applied Studies (OAS) Mail Room

Before sending SAMHSA's Office of Applied Studies (OAS) a message, you may find your needs can be met immediately by any of the following:

bulletFrequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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bulletOAS data on mental health

Please understand that SAMHSA's Office of Applied Studies is not able to provide individual medical advice. If you have specific medical questions about your health or medications, please consult your doctor or health care professional.

If interested in data or information from other Federal agencies contact them directly or click here.

To send SAMHSA's Office of Applied Studies a message, please fill in the following and choose how you'd like us to respond. Be sure to provide your email address if you want a reply by email, or your phone number if you want a reply by phone. 


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To help SAMHSA's Office of Applied Studies respond better to requests for information, it would be helpful if you provide some specifics about your purpose or use for the information or reports.  Thus, if what you have requested is not available, we can provide more helpful possible alternatives.  Information about the use of SAMHSA's OAS data also helps our planning for future data collection and reports. Thanks.

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This page was last updated on December 17, 2008.

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