AODA

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AcronymDefinition
AODAAlcohol and Other Drug Abuse (treatment programs)
AODAAncient Order of Druids in America
AODAAmerican Overseas Dietetic Association
AODAAdministrative Office of the District Attorneys (New Mexico)
AODAAttack Operations Decision Aid
AODAAir/Ocean Data Assimilation
AODAAccessibility for Ontarians with Disabilites Act (Canada)
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Nancy Binay is pushing for the establishment of a comprehensive program for the prevention, intervention, evaluation, treatment and continuous care for tobacco, alcohol and other drug abuse in all high schools, colleges and universities.
Senator Nancy Binay is now pushing her colleagues in the Senate to expedite the passage of a measure that seeks to establish a comprehensive program for the prevention, intervention, evaluation, treatment and continuous care for tobacco, alcohol and other drug abuse in all high schools, colleges and universities.
With a full-time ten month employee committed to alcohol and other drug abuse prevention, Urban Private College was well positioned to respond to a call for proposals related to implementing an evidence-based program.
Alcohol and other drug abuse are maladaptive behaviors associated with stress and trauma, and when these behaviors emerge in law enforcement, the profession must afford them special attention.
Demands for privacy among adolescents in multi-modal alcohol and other drug abuse treatment.
Moore and Wolkstein (1996) suggested that determining whether substance abuse precedes another disability, co-occurs with another disability, or follows another disability can be critical in evaluating the impact of the alcohol and other drug abuse (AODA) disorder on the consumer as well as influencing potential choices for intervention.
Comorbidity of mental disorder with alcohol and other drug abuse: Results from the epidemiologic catchment area (ECA study).
On the downside, rates of depression, alcohol and other drug abuse, and suicide, all germinal ingredients of crisis, are high for aging Americans.
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