Resource #255 - TAP 26: Identifying Substance Abuse Among TANF-Eligible Families
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TAP 26: Identifying Substance Abuse Among TANF-Eligible Families
Helps welfare administrators, substance abuse treatment providers, and related agencies identify and address substance abuse in welfare recipients. Makes recommendations about instruments and other identifiers, outreach/marketing, and organizational culture.
2001
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SMA 05-4089
8.5" x 11"
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Resource Attributes
•   Treatment Assistance Protocols (TAPS)
•   Manual
•   Drug Abuse
•   Treatment
 
•   English
n/a
•   General Audience
•   Treatment Providers
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