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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News A research team from the National Development and Research Institute, New York City, successfully introduced short-term therapeutic communities in homeless shelters for men during 1998. The program was funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse and was conducted at two large New York City homeless shelters. For comparison purposes, a large third shelter was used as a control group based upon the fact it offered no substance abuse treatment programs, except for 12-step alcohol meetings.
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News A research team from the National Development and Research Institute, New York City, successfully introduced short-term therapeutic communities in homeless shelters for men during 1998. The program was funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse and was conducted at two large New York City homeless shelters. For comparison purposes, a large third shelter was used as a control group based upon the fact it offered no substance abuse treatment programs, except for 12-step alcohol meetings.
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