Appendix A. Logic Model
Idaho Pre-treatment Project Logic Model 5/11/2004
Problem Statement: Child Protection referred clients with substance abuse issues often have to wait for appropriate substance abuse treatment. Methods to keep clients engaged and increase readiness for treatment are needed.
Build collaborations between the Dept. of Health & Welfare (DHW) and substance abuse providers
Improvements in communication, coordination, and collaboration among the liaisons, the provider agencies, and the DHW
Increased number of clients who enter treatment
Hire and train substance abuse liaisons in three regions of Idaho on the use of motivational interviewing techniques and documentation
Liaisons attend training and can effectively demonstrate skill acquisition in the training of motivational interviewing techniques
Liaisons will be able to use motivational interview techniques when working with clients and provide appropriate documentation
Liaisons will provide education and support through individual and group meetings
Engagement of clients at current stage of change while waiting for treatment entry
Improved readiness/ motivation for entering treatment.
Underlying Assumption: Child protection referred clients with pre-treatment educational and support services while they are waiting for admission to a formal treatment program will increase the number of clients who enroll and complete treatment, and decrease subsequent child protection substantiated referrals .
Implementation Objectives/Activities/ Interventions
Family Well-Being as
treatment retention/ completion
substance abuse reduced or eliminated