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Evaluation of the impact of the New Jersey Access Initiative mentorship program on drug using behavior in clients with opiate dependence

By Jennifer Ingegneri

Abstract

This study was conducted to examine the relationship between mentoring services and reported illicit drug using behavior for opiate-dependent individuals. Data used in this study were part of a larger project by New Jersey Access Initiative (NJAI). Participants were 2,424 individuals were addicted to opiates. Results indicated that none of the participants reported receiving mentoring services. In addition, large amounts of incomplete and missing data in the dataset made statistical analyses impossible. Instead, descriptive results on drug usage, living conditions, education, employment, and social support are described. Implications regarding how mentoring services could have impacted participants\u27 drug use are also examined. In addition, limitations and problems conducting the study are explained

Topics: Psychology
Publisher: Rowan Digital Works
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:rdw.rowan.edu:etd-1806
Provided by: Rowan University

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