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    Treatment Studies


    The Research Division conducts and oversees the following ADAA efforts:


      • Research and analysis of treatment data for internal decision-making and external reports;
      • Data analysis and support for the SAPT Block Grant application;
      • Fulfillment of requirements of the SAMHSA DASIS contract, including crosswalk development, maintenance and data submission;
      • Maintenance of and reporting from the Prevention Minimum Data set;
      • Data analysis for the Departmental Managing for Results (MFR) effort;
      • Development and analysis of provider, subdivision and statewide performance measurement objectives;
      • Estimation of treatment need;
      • Collaboration with other agencies on data-matching and data-sharing projects;  
      • Sampling, research, analysis and IT support for annual Synar survey of tobacco retailers;
      • Coordination and writing of controlled correspondence;
      • Analysis of data and writing of sections of annual Outlook and Outcomes report;
      • Technical assistance to local subdivision coordinators and councils on data sources and analysis for local need and performance; and,
      • Acquisition and maintenance of agency information technology equipment.


    Data Shorts

    Prevention Activity Reports

    Outlook and Outcomes

    Maryland State Data Center

    Current Research Projects

    Are you Interested in Participating in a Substance Use Study?

    Are you Interested in Participating in a NIDA Research Study?