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Evaluation of a Comprehensive Intervention Strategy in Public Housing
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This report presents the evaluation findings of an intervention strategy directed towards reducing substance use/abuse and its related sequelae in a sample of at-risk families living in a housing project in the City of New Haven. The key elements of this intervention are an innovative on-site comprehensive services model that includes both clinical (substance abuse treatment and family support services) and non-clinical components (e.g. extensive outreach and community organizing as well as job training and placement and GED certification) as well as high profile police involvement. (Author)
Rockville, MD
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A program of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Mental Health Services