OASAS

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OASASOffice of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services (New York State)
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Insurance companies cannot require patients to get prior authorization for inpatient or outpatient substance-use treatment in certified OASAS facilities: New York, for example, eliminated insurance prior authorization requirements in 2016.
But OASAS's Street Study Unit has found anecdotal evidence that more heroin users under 30 might be turning to the needle these days.
Personnel in the New York State OASAS assisted with sampling and provided mailing labels that were used by the authors to contact facilities.
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As a result, the agency's alcohol and other drug prevention initiative was designed to concentrate mainly on treatment services and prevention education, both within the limitations of available resources and the cooperative ventures with the New York State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS).
Because the refusal to admit for detox is "a missed opportunity that could potentially have fatal consequences," the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) issued a time-limited waiver in March 2018 authorizing hospitals to run more than five detox beds without first obtaining a certificate.
The Albany-based program is a model program that has been honored by New York state's Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS).
(185) SHREYA MANDAL & KENNETH STEPHENS, LEGAL AID SOCIETY, COMMUNITY RE-ENTRY OF PERSONS WITH ALCOHOL AND/OR DRUG DEPENDENCY RELEASED FROM INCARCERATION AND PROGRESS WITH COLLABORATION BETWEEN PAROLE, CORRECTIONS, AND OASAS 5 (2008), available at http://www.legal.aid.org/ media/59890/reentry_testimony_0508.pdf.
"We host entire statewide systems, such as New York's OASAS, a 12-county behavioral health consortium in the State of Washington, and 11 county systems in California.
Among the city's total of 71,918 drug treatment admissions in 2008, 56 percent involved cocaine as a primary, secondary or tertiary problem, the OASAS report states.