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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Best of the Field “Empower for Recovery (ERP) is a targeted treatment approach that has demonstrated its effectiveness and successful outcomes with rural substance abusers and their families. The program emphasizes pretreatment, post-treatment, case management, and family services to families in whom substance abuse has been identified as a possible problem. According to reported 1-year post-discharge outcomes, 80 percent of substance abusers maintain sobriety with this in-home program. Background “The challenges . . .
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By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Best of the Field “Empower for Recovery (ERP) is a targeted treatment approach that has demonstrated its effectiveness and successful outcomes with rural substance abusers and their families. The program emphasizes pretreatment, post-treatment, case management, and family services to families in whom substance abuse has been identified as a possible problem. According to reported 1-year post-discharge outcomes, 80 percent of substance abusers maintain sobriety with this in-home program. Background “The challenges . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Best of the Field “Empower for Recovery (ERP) is a targeted treatment approach that has demonstrated its effectiveness and successful outcomes with rural substance abusers and their families. The program emphasizes pretreatment, post-treatment, case management, and family services to families in whom substance abuse has been identified as a possible problem. According to reported 1-year post-discharge outcomes, 80 percent of substance abusers maintain sobriety with this in-home program. Background “The challenges . . .
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