BSAS

(redirected from Bureau of Substance Abuse Services)
AcronymDefinition
BSASBuenos Aires
BSASBritish Society of Animal Science
BSASBureau of Substance Abuse Services (Massachusetts)
BSASBoston Security Analysts Society
BSASBedside Shivering Assessment Scale (hypothermia)
BSASBachelor of Science in Applied Science
BSASBachelor of Science in Animal Science
BSASBachelor of Science in Applied Sociology
BSASBrazilian Society for the Advancement of Science
BSASBachelor of Science in Architectual Studies
BSASBachelor of Science in Architectual Science
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-- Address specific funding deficits in the residential recovery system, funded by the Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, which has not seen an increase in rates in nine years.
Massachusetts Bureau of Substance Abuse Services' 2009 statistical report showed 949 admissions for substance abuse in Malden.
One such effort is the Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling's collaborative work with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (DPH/BSAS), to integrate gambling disorder services into traditional substance disorder prevention and treatment systems.
The department's Bureau of Substance Abuse Services and the State Department of Mental Health in part supported the Substance Abuse Treatment Unit and mental health services at HCCC.
Data from the DPH's Bureau of Substance Abuse Services shows that nearly half of all people receiving treatment in the publicly funded system reported opioids as their primary or secondary drug of choice in FY13.
Kristin Nolan, executive director of outpatient services for Spectrum Health Systems, said the state Department of Public Health's Bureau of Substance Abuse Services has the final word on when a licensed methadone treatment center can close for a day.
Patrick's proposed $3 million cuts to the Department of Public Health's Bureau of Substance Abuse Services and other addiction programs for fiscal 2015.
In the area of addiction services, the governor proposed cutting $3 million in services from the Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, and $300,000 from the successful jail diversion program for individuals addicted to opiates -- at a time when the Senate president calls the upsurge in opioid use as being "an epidemic.''
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