National Treatment Engagement Findings from DATOS

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National Treatment Engagement Findings from DATOS

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1. Slide 1 of 13 National Treatment Engagement Findings from DATOS Charts Prepared & Released for Public Use by Dwayne Simpson (TCU), Robert Hubbard (NDRI-NC), Douglas Anglin (UCLA), & Bennett Fletcher (NIDA)

2. Slide 2 of 13 Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Studies

3. Slide 3 of 13 Conceptual Model for Evaluating Program Effects

4. Slide 4 of 13 Long-Term Residential (LTR)Treatment Changes from Before to After Treatment

5. Slide 5 of 13 Comparison of Year 1 Outcomes by Length of Stay in LTR

6. Slide 6 of 13 Predictors of Retention in LTR (based on posttreatment interviews)

7. Slide 7 of 13 Motivation & Retention in LTR

8. Slide 8 of 13 Motivation & Retention in LTR

9. Slide 9 of 13 Process Model for Time in LTR Treatment

10. Slide 10 of 13 Treatment Process Model: Client & Program Predictors

11. Slide 11 of 13

12. Slide 12 of 13 TCU Treatment Process Model

13. Slide 13 of 13

14. Slide 14 of 13 Slide Navigator Overview of Treatment Engagement Findings from DATOS (title slide) DATOS – Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Studies Conceptual Model for Evaluating Program Effects Long-Term Residential (LTR) Treatment: Changes from Before to After Treatment Comparison of Year 1 Outcomes by Length of Stay in LTR Predictors of Retention in LTR (based on posttreatment interviews) Motivation & Retention in LTR Motivation & Retention in LTR Process Model for Time in LTR Treatment Treatment Process Model: Client & Program Predictors Slide for DATOS Web site (www.datos.org) TCU Treatment Process Model Slide for IBR Web site (www.ibr.tcu.edu)

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