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integrated services delivery. (1996-1998)

Project Director, Technical Assistance to the Women and Children's Branch and Grantees, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.  PRI provided technical services to CSAT’s Women and Children Branch (WCB) and its grantees.  The technical assistance provided by PRI included: identifying technical assistance needs through several mechanisms such as the use of an innovative on-site-needs assessment method designed by PRI (the Diagnostic Assessment); designing and implementing technical assistance to meet the needs of the grantees in the most appropriate and cost-effective manner, preparing treatment manual for use by treatment providers, planners, decision-makers and others; designing and implementing a client-centered quarterly reporting system that provided CSAT and grantees with aggregate data and information on client demographics, treatment process indicators as well as outcome data; coordinating annual staff in-service training to update knowledge of the unique treatment needs of women and their children; and evaluation and monitoring of substance abuse and related programs. (1993-1998)

Project Director, Cross-site Assessment of Comprehensive Service Grants, under contract to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.   The purpose of the project was to assess the impact and provide lessons learned from SAMHSA’s Integrated Children and Family Initiative: Responding to Unmet Needs.  Dr. Jillson’s responsibilities included: designing and implementing a cross-site evaluation of the eight community-based substance abuse and mental health treatment and prevention programs that provided comprehensive health and social services for high risk children and their caregivers.  (1996-1998)

Project Director, Policy Analysis Advice for the Office of the Associate Administrator for Alcohol Policy, SAMHSA (Under Subcontract to Bright Associates).  Participate in preparation of SAMHSA Alcohol Plan, design and participation in meeting on women, alcohol and violence; preparation of a report on fetal alcohol syndrome; preparation of a paper on women, alcohol and HIV/AIDS; design and implementation of a policy delphi study on FAS. (1994-1997)

Consultant, Technical Assistance to Historically Black Colleges and Universities to Improve Capacity for Biomedical and Behavioral Research, under a Howard University supported by the National Institute for Drug Abuse. Provided technical assistance to individual HBCUs during workshops and via telecommunications on general and specific research design issues. (1997)    

Consultant, Interventions and Department of Health, City of Chicago. Design and implementation of training for Interventions staff (program planning and analysis) and presentation at one day training for Department of Health staff, synthesizing data and analyzing issues related to women and substance abuse. (1994)

Project Director, Preparation of a report on older women and violence, under contract with the Older Women's League. Responsibilities included conduct of extensive collection and analysis of secondary data, review of literature, and conduct of a survey of state agencies responsible for elder abuse programs and policies.  (1993-1994).  

Principal Investigator, Study of the Health and Socioeconomic Status of Minority Adolescent Males in the United States, a broad based analysis of social, economic and health data on racial and ethnic minority American males (for the DHHS Office of Minority Health (1989-1990)

PRI Project Director, Evaluation of the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA)/National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Alcoholism Demonstration Project, a multistate study of alternative financing mechanisms for the treatment of alcoholism.  Designed and implement analysis of from this seven-state study and prepared the final report.  Under subcontract

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