Constella Group, a provider of health services, has won a $25 million federal contract to help develop, implement and measure effectiveness of substance abuse prevention programs.

The five-year contract was awarded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Constella Group will provide information technology and data-management support to the Center for Substance Abuse and Prevention. The contract includes web-based training and technical assistance for receivers of federal grants under the substance abuse program.

“We are pleased that SAMHSA has chosen Constella to help build resources for substance abuse prevention programs,” said Constella Group Chairman and CEO Donald A. Holzworth. “Substance abuse is one of the largest health issues affecting our society today, and we believe we will enhance the health of thousands of people across the country by supporting SAMHSA’s mission.”

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