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The University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Science, in conjunction with the UK Center on Drug and Alcohol Research, will be responsible for conducting the evaluation for the Center on Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) funded project with the Kenton County Detention Center. The evaluation approach can be described as a pre/post test design. The design includes follow-up measures at 6 months post baseline for substance-using individuals in treatment and seeking MAT services using the Hazelden Core-12 model. Baseline data will be collected at treatment entry, and supplemented with data collection (both process and outcome) while individuals receive treatment and at followup for the outcome evaluation for individuals receiving treatment through the Kenton County Detention Center program. The evaluation has three primary objectives: (1) To describe client characteristics at treatment entry into the CSAT funded project; (2) To examine short-term project outcomes based on intensity and duration of treatment; and (3) To complete a process evaluation. Reports will be provided to key personnel at the detention center for regular CQI meetings and annually to report process and outcome findings. This evaluation will comply with GPRA that includes, but is not limited to, collecting client outcomes at 6 months and at treatment discharge using GPRA Core Client Outcomes.
Effective start/end date9/30/186/29/22


  • Kenton County Detention Center: $314,802.00


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