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Table 5 Model Programs and Key Indicators for Success

From: Substance use during pregnancy: time for policy to catch up with research

Name Type of program Key components related to outcome
Camp & Finkelstein, 1995 Residential Parenting component After care services Measured self-esteem Evaluated birth outcomes
Szuster, Rich, Chung, & Bisconer, 1996 Salvation Army Treatment Program Residential Children included Family groups Parenting component Parent – child interaction therapy Therapeutic nursery Psychiatric day treatment for children
Stevens, Arbiter, & Glider, 1989 Amity, Inc Residential Children included Increased female to male client ratio Supportive environment for the females
Hughes, et al, 1995 Residential Children included Parenting component Parent – child interaction therapy Therapeutic nursery
Haller, et al, 1993 Outpatient Time limited program
Strantz & Welch, 1995 Outpatient Intensive day treatment Cognitive / Behavioral plan Parenting component Parent – child interaction therapy Therapeutic nursery – infant not enrolled FT Relapse / lapse considered part of treatment Female staff Lower staff caseload
Suffet & Brotman, 1984 PAAM Outpatient Prenatal care Parenting component Therapeutic nursery Infant developmental assessment
Brindis, et al, 1997 Options for Recovery Outpatient & Residential Intensive day treatment Comprehensive case management Foster parent recruitment Bio and foster parenting component Respite care for infants Multi-method approach to evaluation Developmental assessment of infant