Anxiety and Suicidal Ideation Predict Successful Completion of Substance Abuse Treatment in a Criminal Justice Sample

@article{Clark2014AnxietyAS,
  title={Anxiety and Suicidal Ideation Predict Successful Completion of Substance Abuse Treatment in a Criminal Justice Sample},
  author={Charles Brendan Clark and Peter S. Hendricks and Ashley Brown and Karen L. Cropsey},
  journal={Substance Use \& Misuse},
  year={2014},
  volume={49},
  pages={836 - 841}
}
The goal of this study was to identify predictors of successful substance abuse treatment in an out-patient clinic for individuals being monitored under community corrections supervision. Of the 615 participants, 117 (19%) successfully completed treatment. The results of a multivariate logistic regression analysis indicated that successful treatment was associated with several baseline characteristics including: older age, White race, having greater than a high school education, lower level of… 

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