DASISDrug and Alcohol Services Information System
DASISDivision of AIDS Services and Income Support (New York)
DASISDeputy Assistant Secretary for Information Systems
DASISDirect Army Somards Input System
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MS and sleep problems--including chronic insomnia--seem inextricably linked for Dasis, now 53, whose crushing fatigue was one of her first major symptoms of MS.
National Admissions to Substance Abuse Treatment Services, DASIS Series: S-43, DHHS Publication No.
The Dasis Report--Trends in marijuana treatment admissions, by state: 1992-2002.
Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) Highlights-2007 (Office of Applied Studies, DASIS Series: s-45, DHHS Publication No.
For instance, in 1927 the Sengunthar Mahajana Sangam resolved that "the large community of virtuously living Sengundans or Kaikolars are [sic] quite different from the community called Sengunda dasis." (28) The resolution's emphasis on "virtue" as a code for legally recognized marital relationships echoes throughout the association's interventions on devadasi reform.
Discharges from Substance Abuse Treatment Services, DASIS Series: S-41, DHHS Publication No.
E de acordo com o Ministerio da Saude pelo Sistema de Informacoes sobre Mortalidade (Dasis), no Espirito Santo no periodo dos anos de 1997 a 2007 foram a obito 57.441 pessoas por causa das DCV, sendo 31.470 homens, 25.948 mulheres e 23 de genero ignorado, e nesse periodo as DCV foram as principais causas de obito no estado.
(2) In Tamil Nadu they were known as devaradiar or dasis, meaning respectively slave servants of God or slaves; in Travancore region as kudikkars (those belonging to the house); in Andhra Pradesh as dogams and sanis; in Goa and Western India as bhavins or bhavinis, meaning beautiful wanton women; in Maharashtra (other than coastal area) as muralis jogatis or jogtinis or aradhinis.
(199.) DISTANCE TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT FACILITIES AMONG THOSE WITH ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE OR ABUSE, THE DASIS REPORT (2002), available at http://www.oas.samhsa.gov/2k2/distance/distance.htm [hereinafter DASIS REPORT]; see also Phyllis Levine, Denise Lishner, Mary Richardson & Alice Porter, Faces on the Data.
New York City had consolidated its efforts to assist HIV-positive patients to access benefits in a single agency, the Division of AIDS Services and Income Support ("DASIS").
The DASIS report: trends in methamphetamine/amphetamine admissions to treatment, 1993-2003.