Treatment of the Chemically Dependent Homeless

Fourteen American Projects

Publisher: Haworth Press

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  • Rehabilitation,
  • Homeless persons,
  • Alcoholics,
  • United States,
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  • Psychology,
  • Psychopathology - Addiction,
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  • Substance Abuse & Addictions - General,
  • Alcohol use,
  • Drug use,
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Edition Notes

ContributionsCheryl I. Hultman (Editor), John S. Lyons (Editor), Kendon J. Conrad (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages249
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8614182M
ISBN 101560230665
ISBN 109781560230663
OCLC/WorldCa32051468

The primary mission of CREATE is to confront the issues of homelessness, poverty, chemical abuse and unemployment as they impact Harlem and other communities in New York. CREATE, Inc., formerly known as "Project Create," was incorporated in the State of New York in March under the Not-For-Profit Corporation Law to provide. The chemical dependency counselor provides assessment, treatment planning and direct services to persons with drug and alcohol addiction as well as mental illness. Target populations include individuals, couples, families and groups who are homeless, mentally ill and chemically dependent. Expertise includes knowledge of treatment resources, referral and linkage . Psychotherapy and Rehabilitation. Ch. VII. Treatment Implications: Introduction and Overview. Ch. VIII. Dual Diagnosis Dilemmas: Treatment of Chemically Dependent Patients with Concurrent Antisocial Personality Disorder. Ch. IX. Uses of Structure in the Treatment of Chemically Dependent Patients with Impulse Control Problems. Ch. X. An intensive outpatient program, or IOP, is a treatment program for those who are suffering from any number of disorders including chemical type of program offers support to those who are unwilling or unable to commit to an inpatient treatment program. The services that these programs provide are similar but limited as a result of the patient only committing to 9 to .

In-depth life history interviews with 31 African-American male crack-cocaine users in Philadelphia were conducted as part of a demonstration project on homeless . Class of Housing: Transitional Housing, Non Profit Organization General Information: This is a Non Profit Organization that provides Transitional Housing. Review the details below: To promote balanced and responsible independent living by preventing the relapse of chemically dependent homeless persons through housing and substance abuse treatment so they can work and . Chapter 10 - According to the development model of relapse prevention, the following stage is considered the beginning stage of treatment and involves the solving of immediate problems: stabilization Chapter 9 - Regarding parental chemical abuse, the effect of a chemically dependent mother is _____________ that of a substance abusing father. West Sound Treatment Center has launched a special campaign to raise operating funds for two of our homeless housing programs: O’Hana House for Women and Children. O'Hana House has been providing clean & sober permanent housing for homeless women and children since

person into treatment. The process of obtaining a court order for treat-ment is called the civil commitment process. The civil commitment process has two main purposes: 1. To treat persons with mental illnesses when they are unable or un-willing to seek treatment voluntarily 2. To protect the person with a mental illness and others from harm.   Addiction is an individual disease that manifests differently for each person, and gender may play a role in how addiction, treatment, and recovery are handled. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), men battle substance abuse or dependency at rates about double those of women, percent versus percent. Previous research has shown a high incidence of sexual abuse histories among chemically dependent women. This paper reports on the associations among sexual abuse, past traumatic experiences, and current drug-associated behaviors in a study of chemically dependent pregnant and parenting women in New York City in order to examine the implications for drug treatment. Benilde Hall Program’s mission is to promote balanced and responsible independent living by preventing the relapse of chemically dependent homeless persons through housing and substance abuse Title: Business Development .

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Treatment of the Chemically Dependent Homeless presents fourteen projects, funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) in cooperation with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), that were designed to develop strategies to combat the dual problems of homelessness and substance abuse, and then analyze program Cited by: 8.

: Treatment of the Chemically Dependent Homeless: Theory and Implementation in Fourteen American Projects (): Lyons, John S, Conrad, Kendon J, Hultman, Cheryl I: Books. Relapse and Retention: Philadelphia Retention Issues in Treating Homeless Polydrug Users IX.

Transition to Independence: Birmingham Comparing Two Substance Abuse Treatments for the Homeless: The Birmingham Project X. Conclusion Treatment of the Chemically Dependent Homeless: A Synthesis Reference Notes Included Index: Responsibility. Answering this need is Treating the Chemically Dependent and Their Families.

Written by practitioners for practitioners, this informative volume presents the major issues relevant to addiction and recovery from the perspectives of the addict, the. Treatment of the chemically dependent homeless: theory and implementation in fourteen American projects Author: Kendon J Conrad ; Cheryl I Hultman ; John S Lyons.

Issues in the treatment of the dual-diagnosis patient is the next area investigated, followed by a chapter on special populations, including criminal, pregnant, HIV-positive, and   Book Description The most revolutionary, humanistic guide to counteracting chemical dependency on the market, Chemical Dependency Treatment: Innovative Group Approaches presents group models of intervention with substance using and chemically dependent clients across the continuum of care.

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A plan to solve the problem of adolescent chemical dependence must focus on education, demonstration, cooperation, prevention, intervention, habilitation, treatment, and recovery. The phenomenon of denial in a chemically dependent adolescent yields a more complex delusional system that dictates age-specific intervention approaches.

Chemical dependency is recognized as an important threat to women's physical and emotional well‐being. The drug‐seeking lifestyle, debilitating effects of drug use, and chosen method of administration place women who are chemically dependent at increased risk for a variety of infections and other physical and psychologic complications.

Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) field as well, a concern which led to the formation of the "Translating Research Into Practice” subcommittee.

This report represents the subcommittee’s first endeavor, a summary of peer-reviewed published literature on substance abuse treatment and homeless persons. The program has a 90% program completion and aftercare program placement rate (Brumbaugh, ).

Acupuncture treatment has also found successful application in the treatment of chemically dependent prepartum and postpartum women (Ackerman, ), and a variation of the protocol is being used to treat chemically exposed infants (Keenan, ). Pregnant women with chemical dependency are treated at our Chemically Using Pregnant Women’s Program at Swedish Ballard.

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Safe and sober housing is an essential component of recovery, according to the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

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The organization is a sector. Louisiana Health and Rehab Center Inc. is a private non-profit provider agency which offers a large array of services throughout the state of Louisiana. Services are provided to persons who are chemically dependent, homeless, HIV+, mentally ill, developmentally disable and persons who have other handicapping conditions.

Here at last is a comprehensive volume on the often-ignored but vitally important subject of care for the chemically dependent adolescent.

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