1 edition of Cultural competency in substance abuse treatment, policy planning, and program development found in the catalog.
Cultural competency in substance abuse treatment, policy planning, and program development
1998 by Addiction Technology Transfer Center of New England at Brown University, New England Institute of Addiction Studies in [Providence, R.I, Augusta, Me .
Written in English
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It proposes a number of trauma-specific treatment models and provides behavioral health professionals with patient assessments, treatment planning strategies that support recovery, and information on building a trauma-informed workforce. Both foreign-born clients who are learning English and those with cognitive impairments may benefit from oral screening methods. Human Organization, 35 165— Does the provider reflect a youth-sensitive approach to the clinic's client base?
Surgeon General. He therefore proposes a four-level integrated model of prevention. Culture shapes individuals' experiences, perceptions, decisions and how they relate to others. Frank L.
Sue, S. Although American Indian men have higher rates of death than American Indian women for all types of alcohol-involved causes and in all age groups, alcohol has major negative consequences for American Indian women. A program needs to make special efforts to hire culturally competent staff. Although American Indians are often thought of as living mainly on reservations, only about 35 percent actually do U. Administrative Support for Counselors When clients from diverse groups are to be treated in a general program, the counselor who works with them should be experienced and supportive. The importance of using the evaluation results to positively impact the participants served is discussed.
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The concepts of culture, race, ethnicity, and cultural identity are explored. Using an ethnographical approach with discourse analysis, the authors assessed the role of contexts at four geographically and ethnically different Head Start programs.
Geographically, American Indian populations tend to cluster in the western states, with 66 percent of all American Indians living in 10 states. Additional information about ACL is available at www. Hood, S.
This paper examines the dilemma of conducting evaluations of programs targeting minority groups when such an evaluation can threaten the stakeholders and consequently lead to distress and negative repercussions for the targeted groups.
Providers need to think about how they can recruit clients from cultures not adequately reached by the program. The evaluation took an action research approach so that the methods would not contradict or interfere with the program's empowerment agenda.
Alcohol Health Research World, 7 23—9.
Components of specialized programs Specialized programs for a particular group should include Staff members, supervisors, and administrators representing backgrounds similar to those of the clients.
Department of Health and Human Services: Administration on Developmental Disabilities, The term cultural competence means services, supports or other assistance that are conducted or provided in a manner that is responsive to the beliefs, interpersonal styles, attitudes, language and behaviors of individuals who are receiving services, and in a manner that has the greatest likelihood of ensuring their maximum participation in the program.
Indeed, some would say that American Indian communities and some American Indian organizations are leading the way in the area of FAS prevention. However, reducing availability of alcohol through price can also have the unintended result of increasing the use of alternative and more toxic substances such as hair sprays, solvents, and inhalants Beauvais et al.
The special language needs of some immigrant groups may be met best through specialized programming. Bond, L. Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions Cultural competence is defined simply as the level of knowledge-based skills required to provide effective clinical care to patients from a particular ethnic or racial group.
American Indian youth and substance abuse: Tobacco use problems, risk factors and prevention interventions. Compared with the overall U. Self-assessment developed by Tawara D. These factors were not present for those doing worse. Mack, John E. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 16, — Chronicle of Philanthropy, 15 2 Policies and Laws The final primary prevention area is that of alcohol control policy and laws.
Academic performance and bonding to school were protective factors whereas exposure to violence was a risk factor for all four ethnic groups studied--African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, and Native Hawaiians.
These tools may be used to screen and assess for the presence of adverse or traumatic life experiences. A counselor whose family immigrated during his or her childhood may not be attuned to the culture of the recent immigrant. Evaluating children's rehabilitation services: an application of a programme logic model.
Oetting, Swaim, Edwards, and Beauvais have found that at all ages and grades, a greater percentage of American Indian youths are more heavily involved with alcohol than non-Indians are.Policies and procedures Get help with common policies and procedures for DHS partners and providers.
Pages include links to manuals, bulletins, administrative updates, grants and requests for proposals. Use the Resource and Program Type filter on the left to find: Resources (e.g., articles, tools, fact sheets, reports) developed by SPRC and other suicide prevention organizations and experts; Programs and Practices (e.g., education, screening, treatment, environmental change), including former BPR listings.
Programs with evidence of effectiveness are indicated by the icon. Co-occurring Disorders Treatment Workbook iv Mission The Suncoast Practice and Research Collaborative (SPARC)/Tampa Bay Practice Improvement Collaborative (PIC), is designed to bridge gaps in communication and collaboration among the research community, substance abuse prevention and.
LGBTQ Cultural Competency in Substance Abuse Treatment Delivery; This presentation will address service delivery competency using the three pillars* of cultural competency as it relates to Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) people in need of substance abuse counseling.
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Improving Cultural Competence. Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series No. HHS Publication No. (SMA) Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 20 Originating Office Quality Improvement and Workforce Development Branch, Division of .