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SAMHSA News - September/October 2007, Volume 15, Number 5


STAR-SI Participants

The following state agencies are participating in the Strengthening Treatment Access and Retention–State Implementation program:

  • Florida State Department of Children and Families in Tallahassee

  • Illinois State Department of Human Services in Chicago

  • Iowa State Department of Public Health in Des Moines

  • Maine State Department of Health and Human Services in Augusta

  • Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services in Helena

  • New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services in Menands

  • Ohio State Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services in Columbus

  • Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in Oklahoma City

  • South Carolina State Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse in Columbia

  • Wisconsin State Department of Health and Family Services in Madison. End of Article

See Part 1: Reducing Wait Time Improves Treatment Access, Retention

See Part 2: Reducing Wait Time Improves Treatment Access, Retention

What Is NIATx?

What Is Process Improvement?

STAR-SI in Action: South Carolina

ACTION Campaign »

From the Administrator: Striving for Quality…One Step at a Time »

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Inside This Issue
Reducing Wait Time Improves Treatment Access, Retention
Part 1
Part 2
What Is NIATx?
What Is Process Improvement?
STAR-SI in Action: South Carolina
STAR-SI Participants
 ACTION Campaign
From the Administrator: Striving for Quality…
One Step at a Time


Grant Awards Announced

NSDUH: Prescription Drugs Still a Concern

Celebrating Recovery Month

Workplace Report: Employees & Drug Use

Workplace Helpline Active

Co-Occurring Disorders: Integrating Services

Science and Service Awards

CMHS Advisory Council: New Members Named

Presidential Award Bestowed

Prevention Journal Spotlights Homelessness, Mental Illness

TAP 29: Managing Treatment System Performance

Criminal Justice & Treatment: New Brochure


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SAMHSA News - September/October 2007, Volume 15, Number 5