Four Good Practice Documents

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Community Based Treatment

This manual describes the main principles and practices needed to create effective service networks for alcohol- and drug-dependent clients. It is assumed that a community-based treatment service (CBTS) works best if it is located within a network of community resources and services.

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Interventions for Drug Users in Prison

The manual translates existing international guidelines into a practical tool to support the development of interventions for drug users in prison. The aim is to provide evidence and examples of drug dependence treatment strategies that constitute good practice in this area.

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Role in the Prevention and Care of HIV and AIDS

This manual examines the role of drug dependence treatment in the prevention and care of HIV. The aim is to provide evidence and examples of drug dependence treatment and prevention strategies that constitute good practice in this area.

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Sustained Recovery Management

This manual is intended as a practical guide for persons or organizations who want to develop or improve recovery supports for persons with drug use problems integrated in or in collaboration and coordination with treatment services available in the community.

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