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Population Studied

Adolescents
Adults
African Americans
Amer Indian/Alask Natives
Asian/Pacific Islanders
Caucasian
Children/Youth (pre-teen)
College students
Co-occurring clients
Gay/Lesbian/Bi/Transexual
Hispanics/Latinos
HIV+/Hep C/STD
Homeless
IDU/Intravenous drug users
Low-income/Unemployed
Men/Males
Offenders/Arrestees
Opiate substitution clients
Polydrug users
Pregnant/Postpartum
Trauma/Abuse victims
Women/Females
 

Drug Problem Studied

Applicable to most problems
Alcohol
Amphetamines/Meth
Club/Designer drugs
Cocaine/Crack

Heroin/ Other opiates
Marijuana
Polydrug abuse
Prescription medication
Tobacco/Nicotine

Therapy Format

Family/Couples
Group
Individual

Setting

Aftercare
College/University/School
Criminal justice
Day hospital
Faith-based
Hospitals/ERs
In-home

Inpatient/Residential
Mental health centers
Opiate substitution tx ctr
Outpatient
Primary care
Private offices
Social service agency
 

Therapy Type

Abstinence-based/Drug-free
Behavioral
Brief intervention
Cognitive-behavioral
Early intervention
Harm reduction
Motivational (MI/MET)
Pharmacotherapy
Psychotherapy
Sexual risk reduction
Social/Coping skills
Self-help/Support group

Delivery Mode

Bibliotherapy
Case management
Computer-assisted
Manual-driven
Telephone
 

Manual Series

Cannabis Youth Tx/CYT
CDC Risk Reduction Interventions
NIDA Therapy Manuals
NIAAA COMBINE manuals
Project MATCH manuals

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Northwest Frontier Addiction Technology Transfer Center, with funding from the Washington State Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse.

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