A Study of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Program Track II Treatment at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
Master's thesis, Jul 1985-Jul 1986
ACADEMY OF HEALTH SCIENCES (ARMY) FORT SAM HOUSTON TX HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION
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This study was conducted to determine if Track II treatment for alcohol and drug abuse provided by the Fort Leonard Wood ADAPCP is successful six months after discharge from treatment. All soldiers released from the Track II program for one quarter of calendar year 1984 were followed up through unit commanders to assess their success rate. Of 45 cases, 18 had been classified failures and had been discharged from the Army, eight soldiers classified as successes were no longer on Ft. Leonard Wood due to PCS and ETS, and 19 were still performing their previous duties. The author counted all soldiers classified as failures and all soldiers that had ETSed as failures, leaving a success rate of 48.9 percent. Keywords Health care administration, Theses.
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