Feasibility of implementing the Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach in school settings for adolescents with substance use disorders

Compares adolescents receiving A-CRA services in school-based versus clinic-based settings in regard to (1) intake characteristics, (2) treatment implementation quality, and (3) clinical outcomes. Results suggest that A-CRA in school-based settings was more likely to reach girls and youth with shorter SU histories; A-CRA was well implemented within school-based settings and the school-based group had equivalent or better outcomes than the clinicbased group.

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