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Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: Coming down the high road: Doing residential drug rehabilitation - Volume 1: A literature review on residential drug rehabilitation
Author(s): Graham, Hannah
White, Rob
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Citation: Graham H & White R (2008) Coming down the high road: Doing residential drug rehabilitation - Volume 1: A literature review on residential drug rehabilitation. University of Tasmania; The Salvation Army. University of Tasmania and the Salvation Army Tasmania.
Keywords: Addictions
substance misuse
social care
third sector
voluntary sector
case management
Issue Date: Apr-2008
Date Deposited: 7-Feb-2018
Publisher: University of Tasmania and the Salvation Army Tasmania
Abstract: This project reflects The Salvation Army's desire to provide the 'best drug and alcohol treatment service in Tasmania' and develop policy, procedures, and practices that will assist residents. The Salvation Army required a user friendly Final Report to identify and describe best practice models and examples of alcohol and drug residential rehabilitation. The Final Report is meant to inform future Salvation Army planning regarding the provision of residential rehabilitation services in Tasmania.
Type: Research Report
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Affiliation: Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology
University of Tasmania
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