The Effectiveness of Social Interventions for Homeless Substance Abusers


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The Effectiveness of Social Interventions for Homeless Substance Abusers

by Barry Stimmel (Author)
by Gerald J. Stahler (Author)



ISBN: 9781560248071


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Because of these concomitant problems and characteristics, they represent one of the greatest challenges to substance abuse treatment providers. The Effectiveness of Social Interventions for Homeless Substance Abusers shows substance abuse treatment providers how to meet the challenge to develop treatment programs that focus not only on the addiction but also address the tangible needs of the homeless, most notably housing, income support, and employment.


ISBN 1560248076
ISBN13 9781560248071
Publisher Haworth Press Inc
Format Hardback
Publication date 11/04/1996
Pages 234
Weight (grammes) 521
Published in United States
Height (mm) 229
Width (mm) 165

Paths and Impacts in the Progressive Independence Model: A Homelessness and Substance Abuse Intervention in Chicago * Assessing the Value of a Short-Term Residential Drug Treatment Program for Homeless Men * Homelessness and Substance Use Among Alcohol Abusers Following Participation in Project H&
RT * Eighteen-Month Follow-up Data on a Treatment Program for Homeless Substance Abusing Mothers * Treatment Outcomes as a Function of Treatment Attendance With Homeless Persons Abusing Cocaine * Effective Services for Homeless Substance Abusers * An Experimental Evaluation of Residential and Nonresidential Treatment for Dually Diagnosed Homeless Adults * Willingness for Treatment as a Predictor of Retention and Outcomes * Evaluating Alternative Treatments for Homeless Substance-Abusing Men: Outcomes and Predictors of Success * Factors That Interact with Treatment to Predict Outcomes in Substance Abuse Programs for the Homeless * Reference Notes Included * Index