SAMSHA

AcronymDefinition
SAMSHASubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
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This tab simply defines disease registries and refers readers to the SAMSHA report entitled "Integration of Mental Health/ Substance Abuse and Primary Care.
Health Resources and Partnered with SAMSHA to form the Services Administration Primary and Behavioral Health Care (HRS A) Integration (PBHCI) Program to support communities to integrate primary care services into publically funded, community based behavioral health settings with the goal of improving the physical health status of people with mental illness and addictions.
5 h and 24 h at the 2004 proposed SAMSHA cutoffs of METH [greater than or equal to] >50 [micro]g/L + AMP [greater than or equal to] 2.
According to medical journal Health Affairs, the AHRQ data is not as comprehensive as SAMSHA data, omitting institutionalized persons and under-reporting high-cost cases, emergency department visits and physician office visits.
In the SAMSHA national sample, biracial/ethnic individuals trailed behind only American Indian rates of current illicit drug use (18%).
Moreover, according to the SAMSHA Treatment Episodes Data Set (TEDS), unemployment rates for those admitted to a substance abuse treatment agency were 33.
Clinical Guidelines for the Use of Buprenorphine in the Treatment of Opioid Addiction, SAMSHA, 6 (2004), http://buprenorphine.
Approximately 11% of adolescents in the United States admit to using drugs (National Survey; SAMSHA, 2004).
Ask patients about use of alcohol, illicit drugs, and pain medications, SAMSHA urges.
Overall, according to SAMSHA, 90 percent of the 30,000 people who die annually by suicide have a diagnosable mental illness and/or substance-abuse disorder.
co-chair of Congress' Mental Health Caucus; program directors at SAMHSA; and representatives of mental health programs that received funds from SAMSHA (Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration).
html (last visited March 6, 2008) (Citing a 2002 SAMSHA report, Joseph C.