Improving Health and Social Outcomes with Targeted Services in Substance Abuse Treatment


By bhadmin February 2, 2021

Improved life functioning along with substance use reduction is increasingly recognized as the definition of effective addiction treatment.To assess whether targeted health and social services contribute to improved physical/mental health and employment.This study used data from the National Treatment Improvement Evaluation Study (N = 3027) and modeled the improvement in physical/mental health and employment at discharge or 12 months after discharge compared with intake measures as a function of receipts of matched services. Receiving matched medical service improves physical health only at treatment discharge; receiving matched mental health services improves mental health at discharge and 12 months after discharge; receiving matched vocational services improves employment only 12 months after discharge. Need-service mat

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