Treatment outcomes for methamphetamine users receiving outpatient counselling from the Stimulant Treatment Program in Australia
Introduction and Aims. The purpose of this study was to document treatment outcomes for methamphetamine users receiving outpatient counselling from the Stimulant Treatment Program (STP) in Australia. Design and Methods. Clients attending the STP for methamphetamine use (n=105) were assessed on entry to the service and at 3 (n=86) and 6months (n=83) after starting treatment. At each interview methamphetamine use (days of use, severity of dependence), other drug use and health and social...[Show more]
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