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Youth detoxification and residential treatment literature review

best and promising practices in adolescent substance use treatment : final report

by Michele Watkins

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Published by AADAC in Edmonton, Alta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Youth,
  • Treatment,
  • Drug use,
  • Detoxification (Substance abuse treatment),
  • Drug abuse,
  • Alcoholism

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Alberta Alcohol and Drug Commission (AADAC), AADAC Research Services, Michele Watkins
    ContributionsAlberta Alcohol and Drug Commission
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV5840.C2 Y682 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination100 p. ;
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25901843M
    ISBN 100778544974
    OCLC/WorldCa77045908

    The largest and most comprehensive treatment study of heroin-using youth (Sells and Simpson, ) reported on an analysis of the treatment outcome for a subsample of the Drug Abuse Reporting Program, a large database of subjects in US substance abuse treatment programs. The subsample consisted of 5, youth, all 19 and under. It included 1, daily opiate users, 1, daily opiate users who Cited by: available literature surrounding the use and abuse of substances by youth, the various treatment programs available to youth, and society™s attitude toward substance addiction. This report shall include the methodology used to include or exclude articles, a number ofFile Size: KB.

    Adolescents At-Risk: A Literature Review of Problems, Attitudes, and Interventions. Adolescence has often been construed as a difficult period in life, consisting of storm and. stress. It has been termed a "period of great risk to healthy development" (Takanishi, , P. 86).File Size: KB. What is Detox? Detoxification is the process of removing the harmful and inhibiting substances from the body and receptors in the brain. The effects of these toxins must be completely evacuated from the body and leave the mind unfettered, in order to begin the process of recovery in treatment.

    As a parent looking for a residential treatment center for my son, I was astounded at how difficult it was to find reviews of the residential treatment centers I was researching – they either didn’t exist, or they were spread throughout miscellaneous websites all over the internet.. One here, and one there. for Traumatized Youth in Residential Treatment Settings Given the notable differences highlighted above between youth in residential treatment programs with and without histories of traumatic exposure, it is important to examine the range of unique problems and challenges this specific population poses to treatment providers and systems of Size: KB.


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Youth detoxification and residential treatment literature review: best and promising practices in adolescent substance use treatment: final report by Watkins, Michele; Alberta Alcohol and Drug CommissionPages: Youth Detoxification and Residential Treatment Literature Review Summary Report AADAC ‌ RESEARCH SERVICES 6 Project overview Project goal and review process The goal for the Youth Detoxification and Residential Treatment Literature Review was to undertake a literature review related to the effective treatment of youth in a variety of treatment settings.

Youth detoxification and residential treatment literature review: best and promising practices in adolescent substance use treatment: summary report by Watkins, Michele; Alberta Alcohol and Drug CommissionPages: Get this from a library. Youth detoxification and residential treatment literature review: best and promising practices in adolescent substance use treatment: final report.

[Michele Watkins; Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission. Research Services.;]. Residential Treatment Centers Residential treatment centers (RTCs) usually house youths with significant psychiatric, psychological, behavioral, or substance abuse problems who have been unsuccessful in outpatient treatment or have proved too ill or unruly to be housed in foster care, day treatment programs, and other nonsecureFile Size: KB.

Youth detoxification and residential treatment literature review: best and promising practices in adolescent substance use treatment: summary report Michele Watkins, project lead.

This literature review focuses on specific subject matter relating to policy, standards, methodologies, demographics, effect and financial costs, that directly and/or indirectly impact on the out-of-home care services being provided, the service providers who work within the system,File Size: 1MB.

This article examines the residential treatment alternative in social and historical contexts. It provides recommendations for clearly defining residential treatment services and measuring the effectiveness of residential treatment programs.

The study suggests models for family involvement, after care, and follow-up that may enhance the long term success of residential by: 3. Child Feelings of Safety in Residential Care: The Supporting Role of Adult-Child Relationships Deborah E.

Sellers, Elliott G. Smith, Charles V. Izzo, Lisa A. McCabe & Michael A. Nunno Pages: services, controls, goals, and objectives. This literature review provides information on the different types of residential programs available to youth in the juvenile justice system, including secure long-term facilities, residential treatment centers, wilderness camps, and shelter care.

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Brass bands, which consist entirely of brass and percussion instruments, are among the three most common types of large. residential length of stay. This paper summarizes the literature review in sections.

To begin, it is helpful to briefly review some overall statistics on residential treatment. In recent years there has been a concerted effort among State’s agencies to increasingly fund community based services and decrease reliance on longer-term and more File Size: 63KB.

Journal description. Residential Treatment for Children & Youth provides research and case studies to help you plan and assess specialized programs for treatment of substance abuse, dual diagnosis.

DETAILED LITERATURE REVIEW Applied Survey Research conducted a review of the literature pertaining to both youth developmental assets and juvenile delinquency. Provided below is a list of factors known to significantly influence youth development and delinquency. These are organized below by developmental domain: family factors,File Size: KB.

Residential Treatment Centers A list for books set in, or about, residential treatment centers: not simply orphanages, and not mental hospitals, but residential homes designed to treat troubled children and teens. Both fiction and nonfiction books are suitable. Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of.

Detoxification can be done on both an outpatient basis (at mental health centers, addiction clinics or private clinics) or inpatient (at a hospital or residential treatment center).

Inpatient detoxification allows the patient to be closely monitored, prevents use of the substance. Operationalizing treatment efficacy has become essential in the field of psychotherapy.

Managed health care now requires psychotherapy to produce measurable outcomes and define success concretely. This requirement has resulted in research attempting to identify empirically supported and evidence-based treatments. This article presents a review of adolescent residential and inpatient outcome Cited by: Residential Treatment.

to re-engage with school, prepare for work, and find a path to healthy adulthood. Youth Homes provides that therapeutic, safe and supportive environment. In addition to creating a positive environment, each of our residential programs also provides individual and family therapy by a licensed therapist or by a.

This TIP, Detoxification and Substance Abuse Treatment, revises Detoxification From Alcohol and Other Drugs. The revised TIP provides the clinical evidence-based guidelines, tools, and resources necessary to help substance abuse counselors and clinicians treat clients who are dependent on substances of abuse.

Youth may be receiving services in specialty treatment centers, educational settings, general medical settings, or a combination of settings. Inpercent of youths aged 12 to 17 received treatment or counseling for problems with behavior or emotions in a specialty mental health setting (inpatient or outpatient care).

Residential Treatment Program Serving Children & Teens in Utah For 30 years, Youth Care Treatment Center in Utah has been a premier provider of residential treatment program for adolescents or teens who are struggling with substance abuse, addiction, and a wide range of mental health issues so they don’t have to fall behind in school.residential treatment settings for youth.

The authors note that “repression is a serious trap for staff in residential youth care, because it is hidden in aspects that are an essential part of residential youth care, such as power, structure, and coercion.

These aspects become repressive when they are used harmfully, unlawfully, or Size: KB.1. Author(s): Watkins,Michele; Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission. Title(s): Youth detoxification and residential treatment literature review: best and promising practices in adolescent substance use treatment: final report/ prepared by Alberta Alcohol and Drug .