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O'Donoghue, Anne and Donoghue, Bernice (2001) The Soilse-Rutland Partnership programme: an evaluation of the second phase of operation. (Unpublished) Dublin: Solise-Rutland Partnership.

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This report evaluates the effectiveness of the Soilse-Rutland Partnership programme as a model of intervention. The partnership was established as a means of providing a holistic and strategic response to drug use on a continuum of care model utilising a case management approach (incorporating care plans) and a total drug-free philosophy. The continuum of care recognises that drug addicts have complex needs, and unless a substantial number of these needs are met, the addict will find it very difficult to become and remain drug free. This evaluation makes several recommendations including the allocation of funding in order to secure transitional accommodation and that the model outlines by the Soilse-Partnership model should be replicated in other areas and organisations.


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
Irish-related, Report
Drug Type
All substances
Intervention Type
Treatment method
Date
2001
Call No
ML, VH4.2
Pages
69 [10
Publisher
Solise-Rutland Partnership
Place of Publication
Dublin
Notes
Includes bibliographic references and appendices.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 2456 (Available)

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