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  Center for Substance Abuse Prevention [CSAP]   

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Contact:


Center for Substance Abuse Prevention
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockwall II
Rockville, MD 20857

301/443-0365

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  Center for Substance Abuse Research [CESAR]   

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Contact:
(You can use the link below for more detail)

Center for Substance Abuse Research
University of Maryland, College Park
4321 Hartwick Road
Suite 501
College Park, MD 20740

301/403-8329
301/403-8342 fax

cesar (snail) cesar.umd.edu (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The Center for Substance Abuse Research [CESAR] is a research center within the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Maryland College Park. It is dedicated to addressing the problems substance abuse creates for individuals, families, and communities. To this end, the mission of CESAR is to inform policymakers, practitioners, and the general public about substance abuse--its nature and extent, its prevention and treatment, and its relation to other problems. In pursuing its mission CESAR conducts policy-relevant research and evaluation studies, disseminates statistical and other information, assists in training students in substance abuse research methods and policy analysis, and provides technical assistance to agencies and organizations working in substance abuse related fields.

CESAR provides four primary information services:

  1. The weekly CESAR FAX provides a one-page overview of a timely substance abuse topic
  2. The biweekly CSAT by Fax, a joint activity of the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment [CSAT] and CESAR, provides a one-page summary of evaluations of CSAT-funded drug treatment programs
  3. CESAR BOARD, an electronic bulletin board, is one of the largest on-line sources of substance abuse-related information
  4. The CESAR Library serves as a clearinghouse of information on substance abuse and related topics

In addition, CESAR's research reports present the results of its research activities.

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  Center for Sustainable Change [CSC]   

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Contact:


Center for Sustainable Change
3404 South Court
Palo Alto, CA 94306

650/424-0705


About:


The Center for Sustainable Change [CSC] (formerly the Health Realization Institute and R C Mills and Associates) is a non-profit organization intended to teach educators, youth-service workers, communities and families how to engage the innate resilience—the natural human capacity for learning, creativity, compassion, common sense and well-being—in the youth they teach and care for. Its philosophy derives from principles of "Health Realization" derived from Theosophy-inspired teachings of Sydney Banks.

(NB: The associated Health Realization Institute continues as a private, for-profit entity.)

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  Center for Telemedicine Law [CTL]   

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Contact:
(The colored link below is available for e-mail)

Center for Telemedicine Law
1301 K Street, NW
East Tower, 9th Floor
Washington, DC 20005-3317

202/230-5090
202/230-5303 fax

info (snail) ctel.org (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The Center for Telemedicine Law [CTL] was formed to keep telemedicine practitioners and interested parties informed of legal developments affecting telemedicine. CTL is a non-profit corporation which has tax-exempt status. Its founding members are the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Mayo Foundation, the Midwest Rural Telemedicine Consortium, and Texas Children's Hospital. Membership is comprised of healthcare providers and others using or interested in using telemedicine.

CTL distributes information and serves as a resource on legal issues related to telemedicine. Members will be connected via e-mail and have the opportunity to engage in dialogue regarding the issues they face in their practice. Through e-mail and a newsletter, members also receive information about developments in state and federal law affecting telemedicine. Members also have the opportunity to participate in task forces formed to report on the legal and regulatory obstacles confronting telemedicine. Task forces on Licensure and on Reimbursement have already been formed. Those task forces held meetings with participation from interested organizations and governmental agencies and are in the process of drafting reports summarizing the current state of the law in those areas and analyzing the various alternatives for addressing those issues.

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  Center for the Translational Neuroscience of Alcoholism [CTNA]   

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Contact:
(The link below is available for e-mail)

Center for the Translational Neuroscience of Alcoholism
950 Campbell Avenue
Room 7-127
West Haven, CT 06156-2770

203/932-5711 ext 4256

CTNA (snail) yale.edu (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The Center for the Translational Neuroscience of Alcoholism [CTNA] was founded to bridge the gap between the basic and clinical neuroscience of alcoholism. Its mission is to:
  • Conduct programmatic research that will identify factors modulating cortico-limbic glutamatergic circuitry that contribute to ethanol reward, vulnerability to self-administration, and dependence
  • Build from basic neuroscience insights to hypotheses regarding the etiology, pathophysiology, and treatment of alcoholism
  • Facilitate transdisciplinary research within projects and between projects
  • Establish a mechanism to rapidly review and fund pilot promising pilot projects
  • Provide career development activities for graduate and medical students, postdoctoral trainees, and junior faculty that will promote their development and retention within the field of alcoholism research
  • Promote ethical and humane clinical neuroscience studies of alcoholism

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  Center for Victims of Torture   

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Contact:
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The Center for Victims of Torture
717 East River Road
Minneapolis, MN 55455-9916

612/436-4800
612/436-2600 fax

cvt (snail) cvt.org (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


Established in 1985, the Center for Victims of Torture is America's oldest clinic for the rehabilitation of torture survivors. A private, non-profit institution, it has a fill-time professional staff, and 185 volunteers and a million dollar budget. It has treated over 500 of the estimated 200,000 torture survivors living in the United States. A recently started program helps children of victims, who may show secondary post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms. The Center offers services in Sierra Leone and Liberia.

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  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC]   

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  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], National AIDS Clearinghouse   

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Contact:


CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse
PO Box 6003
Rockville, MD 20849

800/458-5231

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  Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services [CMS]   

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Contact:


US Department of Health & Human Services
200 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20201


About:


The United States Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services [CMS] was formerly called the Health Care Financing Administration [HCFA].

CMS is a federal agency within the US Department of Health and Human Services [DHHS]. CMS runs the Medicare and Medicaid programs - two national health care programs that benefit about 75 million Americans. And with the Health Resources and Services Administration, CMS runs the >State Children's Health Insurance Program [SCHIP], a program that is expected to cover many of the approximately 10 million uninsured children in the United States.

CMS also regulates all laboratory testing (except research) performed on humans in the United States. Approximately 158,000 laboratory entities fall within CMS's regulatory responsibility. And CMS, with the Departments of Labor and Treasury, helps millions of Americans and small companies get and keep health insurance coverage, and helps eliminate discrimination based on health status for people buying health insurance.

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