Navigation Links
State policies influence drug treatment programs
Date:6/25/2008

Philadelphia, PA, June 25, 2007 State policies have a significant impact on the services performed by substance abuse treatment programs, and could play a key role in efforts to expand the use of research-based "comprehensive" treatment approaches, reports a study in the June issue of the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment (JSAT).

"The states are uniquely positioned to institute specific policy proscriptions emanating from scientific research in the substance abuse treatment arena, indicating that a comprehensive approach[is] associated with positive treatment outcomes and reduced recidivism," according to the researchers, led by Jamie F. Chriqui, Ph.D., M.H.S., of University of Illinois at Chicago.

Dr. Chriqui and colleagues gathered data on state policy requirements regarding outpatient substance abuse treatment programs. They focused on state-authorized programs, which make up the vast majority of drug and alcohol abuse programs in the United States. The study included data on more than 9,000 drug treatment programs nationwide.

Nearly all of the programs were in a state with policies requiring some type of assessment for substance abuse treatment programs. However, most were in states that did not mandate the use of comprehensive diagnostic criteria, such as those published by the American Society for Addiction Medicine.

Most programs were in states requiring some type of group and individual counseling or therapy, but not family counseling or therapy. Studies have found that family counseling is an important part of successful substance abuse treatment. Few programs were in states requiring specific types of medical tests. For example, only six percent of programs were required to perform drug or alcohol testing/screening. Most programs were not in states requiring testing for diseases related to substance abuse, such as hepatitis and sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV. Less than 30 percent of pr
'/>"/>

Contact: Jayne M. Dawkins
ja.dawkins@elsevier.com
215-239-3674
Elsevier
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. Conventional prognostic factors fail to explain better prostate cancer survival in most Asian men
2. First biomarker discovered that predicts prostate cancer outcome
3. Frequent Prostate Screens Fail to Improve Aggressive Cancer Diagnoses
4. New male sling procedure helps prostate cancer survivors who suffer from urinary incontinence
5. Us TOO Launches National SEA Blue Campaign for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
6. HHS Announces $75 Million in Supplemental Funding to States for Pandemic Flu Preparedness
7. 4-Star Gen. Barry Mccaffrey, Former U.S. Drug Czar, to Keynote Recovery Happens! Rally for Treatment: Wed., Sept. 5, 11 Am, State Capitol West Steps, Sacramento
8. Expert on Emerging Infectious Zoonotic Diseases Joining K-State as a Regents Distinguished Professor
9. Red wine compound shown to prevent prostate cancer
10. Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis Launches Aggressive Ad Campaign Directed at United States Congress
11. PA Secretary of Public Welfare Responds to Warren State Hospital Closure Rumors
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:8/30/2015)... ... August 31, 2015 , ... Avid collector Andrew Hawley ... Doors Shrine Auditorium concert posters. This hand colored artwork is one of the most ... Los Angles. Hawley states, "When the doors played the Shrine, the band was ...
(Date:8/30/2015)... ... August 31, 2015 , ... ChopChop Kids, the nonprofit publisher ... recently elected two new officers to serve on the organization’s Board of Directors ... and teaching kids to cook real food with their families and help continue ...
(Date:8/30/2015)... ... August 30, 2015 , ... Scientists in France say asbestos exposure ... of digestive cancers. Surviving Mesothelioma has just posted an article on the new research. ... Caen measured the cancer incidence among 2,024 French asbestos plant workers from 1978 to ...
(Date:8/30/2015)... ... August 30, 2015 , ... Nutritional Products International ( ... to Executive Assistant to CEO Mitch Gould for Nutritional Products International. Through ... goals. Kathleen graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science ...
(Date:8/29/2015)... ... August 29, 2015 , ... On Saturday, September 19, 2015, Diane ... Foundation (Meso Foundation) will present an educational program titled “Asbestos and Your Health.” ... through 9:30 PM (doors open at 6:45pm) at Calvary United Methodist Church, 16 E ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:ChopChop Kids Appoints New Chair and Vice-Chair to Board of Directors 2Health News:ChopChop Kids Appoints New Chair and Vice-Chair to Board of Directors 3Health News:Researchers Say Mesothelioma Not the Only Cancer Linked with Asbestos Exposure, According to Surviving Mesothelioma 2Health News:NPI Appoints New Executive Assistant To CEO 2Health News:Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation to Hold Educational Class About Asbestos and Mesothelioma Prevention 2
... likely woman was first infected with dangerous germ, , , WEDNESDAY, ... their food and more with their pets, but one thing ... is a drug-resistant staph infection. , However, according to a ... England Journal of Medicine , a German family appears to ...
... Public Understanding of a,21st Century Epidemic, ... of the,population, experts warn that Alzheimer,s disease ... and unsustainable burdens in,terms of health care ... lost to a devastating disease., (Photo: ...
... 2008, LANCASTER, Pa., March 12 Herley Industries,Inc. ... the second quarter,ended February 3, 2008., Net sales ... $34.7 million. Net loss for the period was approximately ... Company,s Chairman and CEO, will host a conference call,on ...
... 3 and Turmeric ... Supplement, LEXINGTON, ... the latest addition to their family of joint,relief products, which can be ... formula containing Omega 3 and,Turmeric for double strength joint relief., Over ...
... Caregivers were stressed, ate poorly, study found , , WEDNESDAY, March ... serious heart problem may raise your own risk of cardiac ... than 500 family members and others caring for a heart ... of the time were more likely to show psychological strain ...
... novel aerosol version of the most common tuberculosis ... an oral mist, offers significantly better protection against ... dose of the traditional injected vaccine, researchers report ... Academy of Sciences. , The aerosol vaccine -- ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Woman and Cat Shared 'Super Bug' 2Health News:Woman and Cat Shared 'Super Bug' 3Health News:New Tools Boost Alzheimer's Awareness 2Health News:New Tools Boost Alzheimer's Awareness 3Health News:Herley Reports Second Quarter Results 2Health News:Herley Reports Second Quarter Results 3Health News:Herley Reports Second Quarter Results 4Health News:Herley Reports Second Quarter Results 5Health News:Herley Reports Second Quarter Results 6Health News:Herley Reports Second Quarter Results 7Health News:Herley Reports Second Quarter Results 8Health News:Herley Reports Second Quarter Results 9Health News:Herley Reports Second Quarter Results 10Health News:The Makers of Conquer HA(TM) Launch All-Natural Double Strength Anti- Inflammatory Formula 2Health News:Caring for Heart Patients Can Strain Hearts 2Health News:Caring for Heart Patients Can Strain Hearts 3Health News:Inhaled tuberculosis vaccine more effective than traditional shot 2
(Date:8/28/2015)... Aug. 28, 2015  With the heroin epidemic in ... heights, Jacksonville -based Lakeview Health drug ... is helping to explain why fentanyl is causing a ... to 50 times more potent than pharmaceutical grade heroin ... heroin, the risk of death skyrockets. "Fentanyl ...
(Date:8/28/2015)... -- According to a new market research ... Type (Protein & Genetic Biomarkers) Profiling Technology (Proteomics, Genomics, ... - Global Forecast to 2020", published by MarketsandMarkets, The ... Million USD by 2020 at a CAGR of 13.9% ... Browse 191 Tables and 38 F ...
(Date:8/28/2015)... , Aug. 28, 2015 ... has announced the addition of the "12th ... and Production" report to their offering. ... of Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Capacity and Production is the ... manufacturing organizations, current and projected future capacity and ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Lakeview Health's Dr. Philip Hemphill Explains Why Heroin Addicts Are Now Dying of Fentanyl Overdoses 2Cancer Biomarkers Market Worth 17,689.0 Million USD by 2020 2Cancer Biomarkers Market Worth 17,689.0 Million USD by 2020 3Cancer Biomarkers Market Worth 17,689.0 Million USD by 2020 4Cancer Biomarkers Market Worth 17,689.0 Million USD by 2020 512th Annual Report and Survey of Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Capacity and Production 2
... Percutaneous Administration (CUPID) Data Highlight Safety Profile and ... 26 Celladon Corporation today announced that results ... advanced heart failure, including Phase 1/2 data of ... Zsebo, PhD, President and CEO, Celladon Corporation and ...
... 26 Senesco Technologies, Inc. ("Senesco" or the "Company") ... mouse influenza survival studies that were conducted in Dr. William Scheld,s ... Mice treated with an siRNA against Senesco,s Factor 5A gene ... rate for mice that received no treatment or a control siRNA.A ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Celladon Corporation Announces Presentation of First-in-Human Gene Transfer to Treat Heart Failure at the 12th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Gene Therapy 2Senesco Announces H1N1 Influenza Survival Test Results in Mice 2Senesco Announces H1N1 Influenza Survival Test Results in Mice 3
SOLOS Endoscopy shares your commitment to provide every patient with the highest quality care available through our ongoing research and development of advanced surgical instruments and diagnostic so...
... a monopolar cautery connector extending from the ... used for electrosurgery when properly attached to ... ,Ethicon Endo-Surgery provides disposable handheld instruments ... Our handheld instruments come in 5mm and ...
... The Featured Products ... at Mediflex and are ... modular in regular or ... come equipped with insulation, ...
SOLOS Endoscopy shares your commitment to provide every patient with the highest quality care available through our ongoing research and development of advanced surgical instruments and diagnostic so...
Medicine Products: