Karin Haberlin

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The relationship between engagement in outpatient treatment facilities in the public sector and subsequent arrest is examined for clients in Connecticut, New York, Oklahoma and Washington. Engagement is defined as receiving another treatment service within 14 days of beginning a new episode of specialty treatment and at least two additional services within(More)
Five states (Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, and Oklahoma) have incorporated the Washington Circle (WC) substance abuse performance measures in various ways into their quality improvement strategies. In this article, we focus on what other states and local providers might learn from these states' experiences as they consider using WC(More)
Administrative data from five states were used to examine whether continuity of specialty substance abuse treatment after detoxification predicts outcomes. We examined the influence of a 14-day continuity of care process measure on readmissions. Across multiple states, there was support that clients who received treatment for substance use disorders within(More)
OBJECTIVE A limited literature on racial/ethnic disparities in the treatment of substance use disorders suggests that quality of treatment may differ based on client's race/ethnicity. This study examined whether (a) disparities exist in the probability of treatment engagement, a performance measure for substance use disorders, and (b) treatment engagement(More)
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