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EVALUATION OF AN ADULT OUTPATIENT SUBSTANCE-ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM: COMPLETION RATE, SCORES OF EMPOWERMENT AND CHANGE AS INDICATORS OF PROGRAM EFFECTIVENESS By Dr. Carol Slattery
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This program evaluation study compared archival data for two therapeutic treatment approaches used in an adult substance-abuse outpatient hospital-based program. The purpose of the study was to... More > compare outcomes of clients who experience two different treatment modalities: CBT, and psychoeducation. Treatment outcomes were analyzed by the Readiness to Change Questionnaire, Empowerment Scale and completion rate. A t test of 200 archival files were completed using preinterventions and postintervention scores from the two measures along with client completion rates at discharge. The findings showed that there were statistically significant differences between the groups’ postdata sample on measures of empowerment and readiness to change. The results provided insight and initiative for developing additional appropriate treatment options for the substance-abuse population under examination.< Less
Using Matrix with Women Clients: A Supplement to the Matrix Intensive Outpatient Treatment for People with Stimulant Use Disorders By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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The Matrix Intensive Outpatient Treatment for People with Stimulant Use Disorders, Counselor’s Treatment Manual, originally published in 1995 by the Matrix Center and reproduced by SAMHSA in... More > 2006, has been used by thousands of addiction treatment counselors. The Matrix treatment model grew from a need for structured, evidence-based treatment for clients who abuse or are dependent on stimulant drugs, particularly methamphetamine and cocaine. The program model has been well received by the addiction treatment field, and the demand for the Matrix program materials has been very high. At the same time, as the field became more experienced with the use of the program materials, a need was identified for tailoring of program materials to certain special populations. In 2005, an adaptation to the Matrix materials was developed for Native American/ American Indian persons. In 2006, an additional adaptation was prepared for men who have sex with men.< Less
Substance Abuse: Administrative Issues in Outpatient Treatment: Treatment Improvement Protocol Series - Tip 46 By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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This volume, Substance Abuse: Administrative Issues in Outpatient Treatment, and its companion text, Substance Abuse: Clinical Issues in Intensive Outpatient Treatment, revisit the subject matter of... More > TIP 8, Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse, published in 1994 (CSAT 1994). When TIP 8 was published, one slender volume, barely more than 100 pages long, sufficed to cover intensive outpatient treatment (IOT). The same task today requires two volumes, each of which is devoted to a distinct audience (administrators and clinicians) and is longer than the single, original volume. The primary audience for this TIP is administrators of outpatient substance abuse treatment programs. A few words about this audience are in order. Whereas TIP 8 addressed intensive outpatient treatment, the current TIP drops the word “intensive” from its title because the consensus panel hopes that this TIP will find an audience beyond administrators of IOT programs. Most of the concepts and guidelines...< Less
Counselor’s Treatment Manual: Matrix Intensive Outpatient Treatment for People With Stimulant Use Disorders By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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The Matrix IOP method was developed initially in the 1980s in response to the growing numbers of individuals entering the treatment system with cocaine or methamphetamine dependence as their primary... More > substance use disorder. Many traditional treatment models then in use were developed primarily to treat alcohol dependence and were proving to be relatively ineffective in treating cocaine and other stimulant dependence (Obert et al. 2000). To create effective treatment protocols for clients dependent on stimulant drugs, treatment professionals at the Matrix Institute drew from numerous treatment approaches, incorporating into their model methods that were empirically tested and practical. Their treatment model incorporated elements of relapse prevention, cognitive–behavioral, psychoeducation, and family approaches, as well as 12-Step program support (Obert et al. 2000).< Less
Substance Abuse: Clinical Issues in Intensive Outpatient Treatment (Treatment Improvement Protocol Series - Tip 47) By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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This TIP, Substance Abuse: Clinical Issues in Intensive Outpatient Treatment, addresses the practical needs of treatment providers as they design and implement intensive outpatient treatment... More > programs. The TIP provides specific information on the principles of intensive outpatient treatment; services and treatment models; modifications for distinct population groups; culturally competent treatment; screening and patient placement criteria; counseling methods and techniques, including involvement of families; and the continuum of care. The TIP also covers such important issues as how to improve early retention, provide the appropriate length and intensity of services, provide the most promising mix of wrap-around services for positive client outcomes, and arrange ongoing care in the community.< Less
Counselor’s Family Education Manual: Matrix Intensive Outpatient Treatment for People With Stimulant Use Disorders By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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The Matrix IOP method was developed initially in the 1980s in response to the growing numbers of individuals entering the treatment system with cocaine or methamphetamine dependence as their primary... More > substance use disorder. Many traditional treatment models then in use were developed primarily to treat alcohol dependence and were proving to be relatively ineffective in treating cocaine and other stimulant dependence (Obert et al. 2000). To create effective treatment protocols for clients dependent on stimulant drugs, treatment professionals at the Matrix Institute drew from numerous treatment approaches, incorporating into their model methods that were empirically tested and practical. Their treatment model incorporated elements of relapse prevention, cognitive–behavioral, psychoeducation, and family approaches, as well as 12-Step program support (Obert et al. 2000).< Less
Addiction Treatment Programs You Should Know By Ethan Gilmore
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1. Family Addiction Programs. 2. Outpatient Addiction Treatment. 3. Sober Living Facility.
Adolescent Substance Abuse and Relapse Prevention Group Program By Kim Roberts et al.
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A 12 week adolescent group therapy program focused on substance abuse prevention featuring a weekly family therapeutic component. Program is intensive outpatient (IOP) based and designed for 15-18... More > year-olds but can be easily modified to include other ages.< Less
Adolescent Substance Abuse and Relapse Prevention Group Program By Kim Roberts et al.
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A 12 week adolescent group therapy program focused on substance abuse prevention featuring a weekly family therapeutic component. Program is intensive outpatient (IOP) based and designed for 15-18... More > year-olds but can be easily modified to include other ages.< Less
309 Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Programs By Canadian Accreditation Council
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Substance abuse prevention and treatment programs provide a range of community-based prevention and treatment services and supports such as health promotion, early identification and intervention,... More > referral, aftercare, and follow-up services. These services are integrated with a network of addiction treatment centres, which provide culturally relevant in-patient, outpatient, and day or evening programs for alcohol, solvents, and other drug addictions.< Less

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