Treatment Outcome Study for Prison-Based Substance Abuse Treatment Program - CJKTOS

Grants and Contracts Details


The Center on Drug and Alcohol Research (CDAR) wifJ be responsible for conducting the treatment outcome study for the Kentucky Department of Corrections (DOC) prison-based and jail-based substance abuse treatment programs. The evaluation has 3 primary objectives: 1) To implement data collection for DOC substance abuse treatment programs, which will describe the cha racteristics of incarcerated males and females at treatment entry; 2) To examine treatment outcomes for 12 months post-release from prison or jail including relapse, recidivism, and community substance abuse treatment utilization for a sample of substance abusing offenders; 3) To report monthly on data collection activities, provide yearly reports on the 12-month follow-up data, and provide other reports from the data as requested by DOC. Self-reported baseline data will be collected by the treatment providers at intake, Participants will be asked to voluntarily consent to the electronic submission of their intake inf
Effective start/end date7/1/116/30/12


  • KY Department of Corrections: $164,974.00


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