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 five-year initiative includes process and outcome evaluations and a cost-benefit analysis.


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Women's Recovery Services in Minnesota - Cross-Site Findings, Cumulative Evaluation Results, Full ReportEvaluationOctober 2016Monica Idzelis Rothe
Women's Recovery Services in Minnesota - Cross-Site Findings, Cumulative Evaluation Results, SummaryEvaluationOctober 2016Monica Idzelis Rothe
Return on Investment in Women's Recovery Services in MinnesotaCost-benefit StudyOctober 2016Jose Diaz
The Women's Recovery Services Initiative - Year Four Findings, SummaryEvaluationFebruary 2016Monica Idzelis Rothe
Women's Recovery Services in Minnesota - Year Four Findings, Full ReportEvaluationJanuary 2016Monica Idzelis Rothe
Women's Recovery Services in Minnesota - Year Three FindingsEvaluationJanuary 2015Monica Idzelis Rothe
Women's Recovery Services in Minnesota - Year Two FindingsEvaluationNovember 2013Monica Idzelis Rothe
Women's Recovery Services in Minnesota - Year One FindingsEvaluationSeptember 2012Monica Idzelis Rothe

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