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A 33-year follow-up of narcotics addicts.
- Y. Hser, V. Hoffman, C. Grella, M. Anglin
- Medicine, PsychologyArchives of general psychiatry
- 1 May 2001
While the number of deaths increased steadily over time, heroin use patterns were remarkably stable for the group as a whole.
An evaluation of drug treatments for adolescents in 4 US cities.
BACKGROUND Little is known about outcomes of community-based treatment programs for adolescents with drug problems. METHODS We studied 1167 adolescents (age range, 11-18 years; 368 females, 799…
The Life Course Perspective on Drug Use
The life course perspective offers an organizing framework for classifying varying drug use trajectories, identifying critical events and factors contributing to the persistence or change in drug use, analytically ordering events that occur during the life span, and determining contributory relationships.
Drug Treatment Outcomes for Adolescents with Comorbid Mental and Substance Use Disorders
- C. Grella, Y. Hser, V. Joshi, J. Rounds-Bryant
- PsychologyThe Journal of nervous and mental disease
- 1 June 2001
Although comorbid youth reduced their drug use and other problem behaviors after treatment, they were more likely to use marijuana and hallucinogens, and to engage in illegal acts in the 12 months after Treatment, as compared with the noncomorbid adolescents.
Client and program factors associated with dropout from court mandated drug treatment.
Treatment of Drug Abuse
The evidence on treatment effectiveness suggests a social policy of expanded treatment capacities and options and increased attention to adequate implementation of treatment programs.
Treatment outcomes among women and men methamphetamine abusers in California.
Predicting drug treatment entry among treatment-seeking individuals.
Prior treatment experience related to process and outcomes in DATOS.