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Donoghue, Bernice (1999) The Soilse-Rutland Partnership Project: an evaluation of the first year of operation. (Unpublished) Dublin: Solise-Rutland Partnership.

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The Soilse-Rutland Partnership was established in 1997 to provide a holistic and strategic response to drug misuse, based on a continuum of care model and a total abstinence philosophy. It aims to provide a quality treatment and social rehabilitation for drug users over the age of 18 from the North inner city. This report evaluates the first year of the project. It notes that the most successful aspects of the partnership were the experience for participants of living in a safe and nurturing environment, being part of a therapeutic community in Rutland centre, and building peer networks. The continuum of care approach from detox through treatment to rehabilitation is of particular benefit. Impediments to full and active participation for clients were cultural/ environmental factors such as homelessness; for one client age was noted as a factor, noting the adult orientation of the Rutland centre


Date
1999
Call No
ML, VH4.2
Pages
78 p.
Publisher
Solise-Rutland Partnership
Place of Publication
Dublin
Keywords
AOD-free context, AODD treatment, AODD treatment center, AODD treatment method, Dublin, guided intervention, intervention (persuasion to treatment), intervention process and procedures
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Accession Number
HRB 2455 (Available)

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