Resource #66 - TAP 28: The National Rural Alcohol and Drug Abuse Network Awards for Excellence 2004
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TAP 28: The National Rural Alcohol and Drug Abuse Network Awards for Excellence 2004
This TAP presents seven papers submitted to the 2004 National Rural Alcohol and Drug Abuse Network (NRADAN) Awards for Excellence. Each paper describes effective and innovative models of treatment and prevention services in rural populations. This publication seeks to promote and showcase research addressing the unique and special challenges of providing treatment services to individual in rural areas and their families. The first place paper describes the effectiveness of a self-funded drug court. The second place paper highlights effective strength- and home-based substance abuse treatment and recovery support programs. The third place paper provides presents a substance abuse prevention program for lower income mothers. The topics of the other four papers include treatment outcomes of people who use methamphetamine, a discussion of faith- and community-based reentry services, a comparison of people who use drugs in rural and very rural areas, and a description of an electronic version of the Addiction Severity Index.
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Resource Attributes
•   Treatment Assistance Protocols (TAPS)
•   Drug Abuse
•   Treatment
•   English
•   General Audience
•   Health Professionals
•   Researchers
•   Treatment Providers
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