Revised August 2012
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) for Developers
An API is a method to open up and allow access to specific content or functionality from within an application. An API allows other developers or organizations the ability to use specific functionality, usually to build or produce new functionality. An API has specific rules and requirements that allow users to properly access the content or functionality.
API Key Registration
To begin using the NIDA API, please register using this link to access your API key. A confirmation that includes your unique API key will be sent to your email address. Please save the email for future reference.
NIDA Drug Use Screening Tool API
Access the NIDA Drug Screening Tool API and documentation and integrate it into your Web site, application, electronic health record (EHR), or other healthcare systems.