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Abstract The characteristics and outcome results of 123 cocaine dependent patients who dropped out following intake without returning for even one treatment visit were compared with those of 324 who did return and received at least one treatment service and 118 who remained on the program for...
Abstract Objective: Outpatient intensive treatment for drug and alcohol abuse has become an alternative approach to management of substance abuse. We evaluated the efficacy of an outpatient intensive treatment program for crack cocaine; and the impact of psychiatric diagnosis on outcome...
Abstract Fifty six individuals admitted to Recovery Acres (a thirty five bed male residential recovery program/half way house) were evaluated using the Addiction Severity Index (ASI) and Socrates, an instrument designed to measure stage of change. Composite scores obtained from the ASI indicated...
Abstract One of the fastest growing approaches to treating cocaine addiction is intensive outpatient treatment (INT). Nevertheless, there have been no previously reported controlled clinical trials comparing this approach to the more traditional (IND) or individual plus group (IND-GRP). This...
Abstract Do “intensive,” freestanding outpatient substance abuse treatment programs actually provide more intensive services than “traditional” outpatient programs? Three hundred and thirty-eight patients in 6 “intensive” outpatient (10) programs (three or more times weekly) were compared with...
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