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CASACivil Aviation Safety Authority (Australia)
CASACourt Appointed Special Advocate
CASACenter on Addiction and Substance Abuse
CASACourt Appointed Special Advocates
CASACentre for Advanced Spatial Analysis
CASACentral and South America
CASACourt Appointed Special Advocates (various locations)
CASAClean Air Strategic Alliance
CASACenter for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy
CASACentre Against Sexual Assault
CASACourt Appointed Special Advocate Program (various locations)
CASANational Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University
CASACisco Application Services Architecture
CASACastillo de San Marcos National Monument (US National Park Service)
CASACenter for Academic Support and Advising (various universities)
CASAComputational Auditory Scene Analysis
CASACancer-Associated Serum Antigen (oncology)
CASAConstrucciones Aeronauticas SA
CASAContemporary A Cappella Society of America
CASACenter for Arabic Study Abroad
CASACentro de Acción Social (Guatemala political party)
CASAComputer Assisted Sperm Analysis
CASACanadian Alliance of Student Associations
CASACentres Against Sexual Assault (Australia)
CASACenter Against Sexual Assault
CASACampus and School Agreement (Microsoft)
CASACanadian Agricultural Safety Association (Winnipeg, MB, Canada)
CASACrédit Agricole SA
CASACommunity Action Stops Abuse
CASAComputer and Automated Systems Association (SME)
CASAChicago Air Shower Array
CASAChurches Auxiliary for Social Action (New Delhi, India)
CASACivilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army
CASACanadian Association of School Administrators
CASACitizens Against Sexual Assault
CASACenter Against Spouse Abuse (Florida)
CASACitizens' Alliance for Saving the Atmosphere and the Earth (Japan)
CASACasablanca Stock Exchange
CASACorporacion de Abastecimiento y Servicios Agricolas (Spanish, Venezuela)
CASACost Analysis Strategy Assessment
CASACamano Animal Shelter Association (Camano Island, WA)
CASAChild and Adolescent Services Association (Canada)
CASACenter for Advising and Student Achievement
CASACaring And Sharing Association (Ireland)
CASACommunity Alternative Systems Agency (New York)
CASAChinese-American Students Association
CASACapital Area Soccer Association (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)
CASAComputer Assisted Semen Analyzers
CASACuban-American Student Association
CASACommerce and Administration Students Association
CASACurrent Account Savings Account (banking)
CASACenter for the Adolescents of San Miguel de Allende (Mexico)
CASAColorado Actors and Screenwriters Assembly
CASACentre for Analysis, Scientific computing and Applications (Eindhoven The Netherlands)
CASAColombian American Service Association, Inc. (established in 1994 to assist and support the Hispanic community)
CASACanadian Amateur Swimming Association
CASACruising Association of South Africa
CASAChinese Art Society of America
CASAComputer Algebra System for Algebraic Geometry
CASAComputer-Aided Systems Analysis
CASACisco Appliance and Services Architecture
CASACercle Aquariophile de Sainte-Adresse (French: Sainte-Adresse Aquarist Circle; Sainte-Adresse, France)
CASACriticality-Associated Similarity Analysis
CASAComputer Are Social Actors
CASAComputer Aided/Assisted Sperm Analysis
CASAColombo-American Student Alliance (University of Houston)
CASACanadian Advertising and Sales Association
CASACultural Awareness and Spanish-skills Aid
CASACoordinator for Army Security Assistance
CASACaffeine-Assisted Self-Awareness
CASAConstrucciones Aeronauticas Sociedad Aónima (Spanish aerospace company and member of Airbus Industrie)
CASAChildren & Adolescent Services Association
CASACompact Annular-Slot Antenna
CASAChristians Against Sinful Actions
CASAComputer Aided Situation Awareness
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Approximately 12.7 percent of people aged 12 years or older have never used psychoactive substances, 25.2 percent are not currently using, 14.5 percent are using in non-risky ways, 31.7 percent are risky users, and 15.9 percent are addicted users (National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, 2012a).
Continued use of psychoactive substances alters the brain structure, dramatically affecting judgment and behavior as well as driving a compulsion to obtain and use them, even in the face of negative consequences (American Society of Addiction Medicine, 2011; National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, 2012a; Robison & Nestler, 2011).
The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University estimates that for an additional $6,500 a year, an inmate could be given intensive treatment, education and job training.
Building on the report of The National Center On Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, Behind Bars: Substance Abuse and America's Prison Population, McCaffrey called a conference of treatment experts in Washington to produce a consensus on the effectiveness of treatment and training in prisons.
Califano Jr., president of the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University and former Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, summed up that viewpoint in an op-ed piece published in the Feb.
The Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University has committed to 17,300 square feet at 152 West 57th Street (Carnegie Tower).
"Addiction among older women is hidden in their own shame, swept under the rug of denial of family members and lost in the shadows of medical practice," says Susan Foster, director of policy research for the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASE) at Columbia University in New York City.
Alcohol, drug abuse and addiction are implicated in four out of five crimes committed by juvenile arrestees, according to a report by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University.
The state spent approximately $1.4 billion in 1998, more than it spent on Medicaid, higher education or transportation, according to the study released by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University.
"No one," he writes, "is smart enough to write a single law to revamp the entire health care system." Having worked with the health care industry as a private lawyer, as a member of Chrysler Corporation's board, and as founding president of Columbia University's Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, he's been "increasingly struck by the limits of legislative fixes." He argues that "cultural attitudes that influence individual behavior offer greater opportunities to curb costs and increase access than all the laws, regulations, financing gimmicks and theories of the policy wonks sitting in Washington."
Kleber of the Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University.
States spend approximately the same amount of money on the effects of drug, alcohol and cigarette abuse as on higher education, according to the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse. However, a small percentage of this money goes to treatment and prevention programs.
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