Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention

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Women's Recovery Services
Women's Recovery Services is an initiative of the Minnesota Department of Human Services Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division. Grantees across Minnesota provide treatment support and recovery services for pregnant and parenting women who have substance use disorders and their families. The evaluation of the initiative, now in its second round of grantees, includes process and outcome evaluations and a cost-benefit analysis.
Most recent report: March 2018

Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant
Statewide, multi-year, cross-site evaluation of a federal grant received by the Minnesota Department of Human Services to prevent substance abuse and build capacity and infrastructure for prevention. 
Most recent report: November 2014

Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Prevention
These evaluations are part of the Minnesota Department of Human Services Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division’s statewide youth alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) prevention initiative. The reports address a range of activities, including trainings and conferences, needs assessments, community coalition development, and prevention program implementation.
Most recent report: July 2014

Southern Minnesota Recovery Connection
Southern Minnesota Recovery Connection provides support services to individuals who self-identify as being in recovery from addiction. The evaluation assesses implementation and effectiveness of recovery support efforts funded by a grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division Recovery Community Organization initiative.
Most recent report: April 2014

Ramsey County Chemical Dependency Case Management and Treatment Support Program
Evaluation of a Ramsey County case management program to assist homeless adults who are chronically chemically dependent.
Most recent report: July 2013

Alcohol Use and Pregnancy
The Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS) worked with Wilder Research to conduct a study to better understand women's attitudes and perceptions toward alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
Most recent report: July 2013

Anoka County Enhanced Treatment Program
The Enhanced Treatment Program (ETP) was designed to address the increasing involvement of women with minor children in Anoka County’s Child Protection and Corrections departments that was due to methamphetamine abuse. The evaluation looks at client characteristics and outcomes of the program.
Most recent report: July 2012

Minnesota Teen Challenge
Minnesota Teen Challenge is one of the largest residential drug and alcohol treatment and recovery programs in the state of Minnesota. The 13-15 month faith based recovery program is designed to assist both teens and adults in breaking free from chemical addiction by addressing their physical, spiritual, and emotional needs. Two reports from 2007 and 2011 present results of follow-up interviews with graduates.
Most recent report: January 2011

The Tubman Effecting Positive Change Program
The Tubman Effecting Positive Change in Women and Children program offers enhanced treatment support and recovery maintenance services to substance abusing women who are pregnant and/or mothering dependent children, as well as their children. Reports include a description of the services and activities provided to clients, as well as outcome results.
Most recent report: April 2010

Dodge-Fillmore-Olmsted Methamphetamine Treatment Project
The Dodge-Fillmore-Olmsted (DFO) Methamphetamine Treatment Project is an initiative funded by the Minnesota Department of Pubic Safety, Office of Justice Programs. Reports summarize the evaluation plan and project components; provide a brief overview of key project activities; and describe characteristics and outcomes of clients served.
Most recent report: October 2009

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