1 edition of Cultural competency in substance abuse treatment, policy planning, and program development found in the catalog.
Cultural competency in substance abuse treatment, policy planning, and program development
by Addiction Technology Transfer Center of New England at Brown University, New England Institute of Addiction Studies in [Providence, R.I, Augusta, Me
Written in English
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Chapter 4: Pursuing Organizational Cultural Competence This chapter looks at cultural competence at the organizational level exploring issues of organizational values, governance, planning, evaluation, language services, and staff development. This chapter offers guidance for organizations in developing culturally responsive practices and programs. Preface to the Self-Assessment Planning Tool for Implementing. Recovery-Oriented Services (SAPT): Adapted for Florida’s including the delivery of services in both mental health and substance abuse treatment support processes for policy development, program planning, staff development, and.
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Cultural Issues in Substance Abuse Treatment Cultural Competence in Substance Abuse Treatment, Policy Planning, and Program Development —This checklist from the National Center for Cultural Competency helps organizations implement policies and practices that support cultural competence.
Jan 01, · There have been numerous definitions of culture. Dwight Heath1 offers a simple definition: "It [culture] is a system of patterns of belief and behavior that shape the worldview of the member of a society. As such, it serves as a guide for action, a cognitive map, and a grammar for behavior."Cited by: 8.
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Of special importance in this effort is the inclusion of key stakeholders in the substance abuse treatment and family therapy fields, among them the Federal government, insurance companies.
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programs, substance use treatment training can range from daylong workshops to fifteen-week courses. The quality of substance abuse treatment curricula can be of high quality, but given the prevalence of the associated disorders, trainees are often left in need of more skills and/or practice with SUD issues when they enter the workforce.
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Improving Cultural Competence: A Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP 59) U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, • Includes definitions of cultural competency and responsiveness, and addresses their importance with regards to race, ethnicity, and identity.
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In this TIP, the term development of a cultural competence plan (an 4. The following annotated bibliography list includes references that address multiculturalism and cultural competence in evaluation research from Some of the references are theoretical or provide general guidelines for cultural competency.
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