AIDS Drug Assistance Programs: Utilization, Program Restrictions
... ADAP waiting lists – clients have been placed on a waiting
list to receive drugs through ADAP
– Expenditure caps – a limit on monthly or annual spending
on drugs per client
– Client cost-sharing – a requirement that clients contribute
a portion of their drug costs. In states that have this
Success and limitations of methadone and drug free treatment
... Community in New York called Daytop Village, (this was the first time that I had seen exaddicts performing), I realized then that treatment of drug addiction was possible. On 14
February 1972, I started the Therapeutic Community Emiliehoeve, the first drug- free
therapeutic community on the mainland ...
Hope for Substance Abuse CLients
... epidemicus to prescribe for trauma victims as a group a
model for Nux vomica protocol.
We decided to treat this as an acute condition, and use the
combined symptoms of the population
Using this as a model, we began offering Nux vomica 200 c
in water, succussed, as needed for 1 week to clients
ATCA Significant Contribution Award
... This award recognises an exemplary or commendable contribution to the
Therapeutic Community (TC) movement in Australasia made by a program or
intervention. Any TC treatment provider or intervention is eligible.
Judging criteria — that the program or intervention:
... Clients are classified as being on the ‘DIP’ (drug intervention programme) caseload if:
• They have been referred from custody following a positive drug test or a voluntary
referral following arrest.
• They have been signposted to treatment on release from prison.
• They have been taken onto the cas ...
Spectrum Health Systems Lincoln Street Opiate Treatment
... • Provide clinical staff a bonus to be available the
week following seeing a client for an intake to
schedule and meet with the client for a follow up
• Clinician in the follow up session will complete
the initial treatment plan and continuing care
plan, and check in with client on their
Straight, Incorporated was a controversial non-profit drug rehabilitation program in the United States that existed from 1976 to 1993 and served clients ranging in age from 13 to 20. Over the course of its existence, it is unknown how many people graduated from Straight's programs, and the organization operated treatment centers in California, Virginia, Texas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Georgia, Maryland, Ohio and Florida.Founded by Florida businessmen Mel Sembler and his wife Betty Schlesinger Sembler, along with Joseph Zappala, the program was praised by prominent figures such as former U.S. President George H. W. Bush and former First Lady Nancy Reagan, but was also subject to multiple accusations of abusive practices.Straight has been the subject of numerous allegations of abuse. In every state that Straight had a facility, abuse was documented either by state investigators or was alleged in civil suits.