Grants and Contracts Details
The evaluation will be conducted by the Center on Drug and Alcohol Research at the University of Kentucky. Chrysalis House, Inc. has a history of collaborating with the Center on Drug and Alcohol Research including evaluating a CSAT funded Targeted Capacity Expansion grant, the Kentucky Treatment Outcome System, and the Kentucky Coalition for Women's Substance Abuse Services. The overall evaluation approach has three primary objectives: 1) To complete a process evaluation, 2) To describe the project participants, 3) To examine short-term project outcomes for a sample of program participants. This evaluation includes collecting both quantitative data with structured interviews and qualitative data with semi-structured face-to-face interviews. Secondary data analysis of client records will also be included. In addition to describing program process and implementation, the overall hypothesis to be examined is: There is a relationship between the type and amount of treatment received and positive treatment outcomes including reducing risk for drug use/problem behaviors among adolescents, reducing risk for substance abuse and/or relapse for parents, and increasing family bonding between adolescents and parents. It is expected that the amount (intensity) and length (duration) of prevention intervention will be related to positive outcomes.
|Effective start/end date||10/1/04 → 9/30/08|
- Chrysalis Inc: $275,400.00
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