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Preliminary Outcomes of the Texas Access to Recovery Project. Compassion in Action Roundtable September 20, 2007. Texas ATR Project. Targets individuals who are involved in the criminal justice system through drug courts, probation, or child protective services

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preliminary outcomes of the texas access to recovery project

Preliminary Outcomes of the Texas Access to Recovery Project

Compassion in Action Roundtable

September 20, 2007

texas atr project
Texas ATR Project
  • Targets individuals who are involved in the criminal justice system through drug courts, probation, or child protective services
  • Provides independent assessment to determine service needs and client choice among an array of service providers, including faith-based and community organizations
texas atr voucher system
Clinical Assessment

Care Coordination

Addiction Treatment

Individual Recovery Coaching

Spiritual Support Group

Relapse Prevention Group

Life Skills Group

Recovery Support Group

Transitional Housing

GED Assistance

Employment Coaching

Marital and Family Counseling

Texas ATR Voucher System
preliminary outcomes of atr
Preliminary Outcomes of ATR
  • Study examines outcomes of 825 individuals who received ATR services during the period of June 2005 and September 2006
  • Successful completers of the ATR program (n = 311) were compared to non-completers (n = 514) on client and voucher service characteristics
categories of recovery support services
Direct Recovery Support

Individual Recovery Coaching

Recovery Support Group

Relapse Prevention Group

Spiritual Support Group

Life Skills Group

Family and Marital Counseling

Social Support

Employment Coaching

Transportation

Transitional Housing

GED Assistance

Childcare

Categories of Recovery Support Services
client characteristics
Client Characteristics
  • Completers were more likely to be Hispanic, employed, living independently, and to have higher levels of education
  • Drug court participants had higher completion rates (61%) relative to probationers (20%) and individuals involved with child protective services (38%)
factors associated with successful atr outcomes
Factors Associated with Successful ATR Outcomes
  • Retention in the ATR program
  • Receiving treatment only or treatment in combination with recovery support services
  • Receiving direct recovery support services that are most closely related to the process of recovery
  • Drug court supervision
  • Client employment and higher education levels
future research directions
Future Research Directions
  • Successful completion of the ATR program is only one method of defining outcomes; other studies are needed using a wider array of outcome measures
  • Studies are needed to explore the effect of various service combinations on client outcomes
  • Longitudinal studies are needed to examine the lasting effects of recovery support services on sustaining the process of recovery
acknowledgements
Acknowledgements

Texas Department of State Health Services

Karen Eells, MSSW, LMSW

ATR Project Director

Lesli San Jose

Decision Support Research Specialist

Substance Abuse and Mental Health

Services Administration