Tobacco, alcohol, & other drug abuse trends in Washington State 1997 report : technical appendix by Craig S. Leedham

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Published by Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Washington State Dept. of Social and Health Services, [Distributed by] Washington State Substance Abuse Coalition (12729 NE 20th #18, Belevue [sic] 98005) in Olympia, Wash, Belevue [sic] .

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  • Drug abuse -- Washington (State) -- Statistics,
  • Alcoholism -- Washington (State) -- Statistics,
  • Tobacco use -- Washington (State) -- Statistics,
  • Substance abuse -- Washington (State) -- Statistics

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Other titlesAbuse trends in Washington State : technical report, Tobacco, alcohol and other drug abuse trends in Washington State : technical appendix
StatementCraig S. Leedham.
ContributionsPloeger-Dizon, Cary A., Washington (State). Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 92 p. ;
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13624245M
LC Control Number98113737
OCLC/WorldCa38115918

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