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Table 11 2006 Perception of Change in Effectiveness of working with Child Protective referred parents with substance abuse issues before and after Pre-Treatment Program in Region III (Nampa), Region IV (Boise).

Major strengths of the PTP were listed as:

  • Immediate access to assessments

  • Improved communication

  • Follow-up and communication about treatment process

  • Motivation increase for parents to get treatment

  • Collaboration regarding services

  • Education of the staff to help us work more effectively with clients

  • Support for the parents

Ideas for improvement of the program were primarily to expand it and make more services available, such as:

  • More SALs to be available at a variety of times during days and evenings, and in different

offices throughout region

  • More pre-treatment groups

  • More treatment facilities to meet the great needs

  • SAL be available full time

  • More time to work with entire families

Q1: Motivating parent to agree to substance abuse treatment

Q2: Getting a substance abuse assessment completed

Q3: Motivating parent to enter substance abuse treatment

Q4: Coordinating child protective plans with substance abuse treatment

Q5: Collaborating with substance abuse treatment professionals

Q6: Following up parent's in substance abuse treatment

DIFFERENCE Nampa Boise Overall

SIGNIFICANCE

BEFORE SAL

Nampa

Boise

Overall

AFTER SAL

Nampa

Boise

Overall

Boise df P-value

df

Overall P-value

df

Nampa P-value

Idaho Pre-Treatment Program

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