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Progress and Issues in Case Management

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 127 [Printed in 1992]

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Executive Summary-----1
Rebecca Sager Ashery

Application of Case Management to Drug Abuse Treatment: Overview of Models and Research Issues-----12
M. Susan Ridgely and Mark L. Willenbring

Managed Care and Case Management of Substance Abuse Treatment-----34
Albert Woodward

Accessing Additional Community Resources Through Case Management To Meet the Needs of Methadone Clients-----54
Michael L. Dennis, Georgia T. Karuntzos, and J. Valley Rachal

A Strengths-Based Model of Case Management/Advocacy: Adapting a Mental Health Model To Practice Work With Persons Who Have Substance Abuse Problems-----79
Richard C. Rapp, Harvey A. Siegal, and James H. Fisher

Case Management: An Alternative Approach to Working With Intravenous Drug Users-----92
Peter J. Bokos, Cheryl L. Mejta, Judith H. Mickenberg, and Robert L. Monks

Transitional Case Management: A Service Model for AIDS Outreach Projects-----112
Victor Lidz, Donald A. Bux, Jerome J. Platt, and Martin Y. lguchi

Delivering Case Management Using a Community-Based Service Model of Drug Intervention-----145
Judith A. Levy, Charles P. Gallmeier, William W. Weddington, and W. Wayne Wiebel

Case Management To Enhance AIDS Risk Reduction for Injection Drug Users and Crack Cocaine Users: Practical and Philosophical Considerations-----167
Russel S. Falck, Harvey A. Siegal, and Robert G. Carlson

Case Management Services for HIV-Seropositive IDUs-----181
H. Virginia McCoy, Sally Dodds, James E. Rivers, and Clyde B. McCoy

Case Management Models for Homeless Persons With Alcohol and Other Drug Problems: An Overview of the NIAAA Research Demonstration Program-----208
Harold I. Perl and Mary Lou Jacobs

Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Components in Evaluation of Case Management-----223
Mark L. Willenbring

Case Management Systems Represented in the NIDA-Supported "Perinatal-20" Treatment Research Demonstration Projects-----251
Elizabeth R. Rahdert

Case Management: A Telecommunication Practice Model-----261
Farrokh Alemi, Richard C. Stephens, and John Butts

Aftercare for Formerly Homeless, Recovering Women: Issues for Case Management-----274
Deborah McMillan and Rose Cheney

Intensive Case Management for Youth With Serious Emotional Disturbance and Chemical Abuse-----289
Mary E. Evans and Norin Dollard

Case Management as a Mechanism for Linking Drug Abuse Treatment and Primary Care: Preliminary Evidence From the ADAMHA/HRSA Linkage Demonstration-----316
William E. Schlenger, Larry A. Kroutil, and E. Joyce Roland

Development and Implementation of an Interorganizational Case Management Model for Substance Users-----331
Ellen P. McCarthy, Zoila Torres Feldman, and Benjamin F. Lewis

Assertive Community Treatment With a Parolee Population: An Extension of Case Management-----350
James A. Inciardi, Howard Isenberg, Dorothy Lockwood, Steven S. Martin, and Frank R. Scarpitti

TASC: Case Management Models Linking Criminal Justice and Treatment-----368
Foster Cook

Case Management Community Advocacy for Substance Abuse Clients-----383
Rebecca Sager Ashery

List of NIDA Research Monograph-----395

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