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Evidence-Based Practices

Participants in a South Dakota alcohol-monitoring program that tests frequently for alcohol and swiftly imposes modest penalties for positive or missed tests were found to be less likely to be rearrested on drunk driving charges or have their probation revoked within the following year.
Sierra Tucson leaders have discovered biofeedback and neuromodulation techniques to be an ideal accelerator of treatment progress for patients with substance use disorders.
A review of Medicaid claims has found that more than two-thirds of adolescents and young adults who survived an opioid overdose received no treatment for opioid use disorder in the month following the event.
John de Miranda writes that substance use treatment programs' abstinence-based approach to patient tobacco use has closed access to more productive alternatives.
A site curated by Oregon Health & Science University is designed to become a clearinghouse for reviewing the evidence base for strategies to combat the opioid crisis and other drug problems.
Walter Miley and Mary Woods of WestBridge speak about what differentiates WestBridge's care plans as they tackle the challenge of integrated treatment. By focusing and honing care plans to meet the…
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