The purpose of this program evaluation was to determine the effectiveness of integrated substance abuse, mental health, and community services to children and families in two neighboring Colorado counties. The Regional Meth Partnership, funded by the federal Children's Bureau, provided intensive services through a family treatment drug court model. The study explored outcome differences between families participating in family treatment drug count and families who did not participate in this model
11-1-11 PowerPoint Slides evaluation of a family drug court.pdf
Juvenile justice-involved adolescents entering substance abuse treatment tend to have multi-faceted family problems, and treatment programs often rely on these same families to provide direct sobriety support for their adolescent
Francis J-Families on the Border 11-3-2011.pptx
Conducting cost-inclusive evaluations embodies an important, and sometimes additional, component to evaluations in the fields of health and human services. Often, this includes transforming previously non-monetized variables into dollar amounts. With healthcare costs continually increasing,...
Power point of a session conducted at the 2012 AEA Annual Conference in Minneapolis. The presentation includes an overview of the OMS system, including development and technical challenges. The presentation also includes slides showing the Datamart. The final portion of the presentation includes...
Seybolt & Santoni Outcomes Measurement System Datamart Development and Demonstration AEA 2012.ppt