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Figure 33 Substantiated Re-Referral Rates 2003 through 2005

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Pre -Treatment n=250 children; State

wide = averages

of 2003 thr ough 200 5 state data

Chi -square = 9.610, df = 1,

Asymp. Sig. = .002

Permanency: Remaining Home and Reunification (this sub-section may need to be adjusted)

As discussed in the literature review, historically families with substance abuse issues achieve low rates of reunification. In total there were 250 children whose parents were enrolled in the program. At referral, 106 (42%) were living at home and 144 (58%) were living in out-of- home care. Figure 34 displays the individual living arrangements for children at referral and after six-month follow-up. It shows an increase from 42% in home to 50% in home. Using the McNemar Chi-Square and Exact test, the difference is significant at.014. Thirty-nine children (27% of the children out-of-home at referral, or 16% of the total) were returned home during the program or by follow-up (Table 13) and 86 (81% of those in home at referral, or 34% of the total) were able to remain at home during the entire period (Figure 35).

Idaho Pre-Treatment Program

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