Offering Data Collection Incentives to Adults at Risk for Substance Use Disorder

Data Collection Technical Assistance Brief, Number 1
Publisher: Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research
Oct 31, 2016
Authors
Angela Valdovinos D'Angelo, Jacqueline Crowley, Lauren Maul, and Debra Strong
At a time of rising concern about substance use dependence among adults—and the co-occurring potential for child maltreatment—researchers, policymakers, and practitioners are increasingly looking for studies on the effectiveness of substance use disorder treatment, family-strengthening efforts, and similar evidence-based programs. But these types of studies require researchers to collect data from adults who have or are at risk of substance use disorder, which can be challenging.
Project

Promoting Safe and Stable Families: Regional Partnership Grants National Cross-Site Evaluation

Funders

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Children's Bureau

Time Frame

2012-2019

Senior Staff

Debra Strong
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