Center for Substance Abuse Prevention
CENTER FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION
The Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) is the U.S. agency responsible for the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drug problems in the U.S. population. Because such problems are intrinsically linked with other public health problems, CSAP partners with public and private sector organizations, including other federal agencies, state agencies, professional organizations, and business and health care organizations. CSAP develops comprehensive, culturally appropriate, science-based prevention strategies, policies, and systems that target both individuals and the environments in which they live. The National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI), established by CSAP, has become the nation's largest disseminator of knowledge about prevention and treatment of alcohol and drug problems.
Nancy J. Kennedy
(see also: Addiction and Habituation; Alcohol Use and Abuse; Cocaine and Crack Cocaine; Drug Abuse Resistance Education [DARE]; Marijuana; Substance Abuse, Definition of; Tobacco Control )
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