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Social reintegration and employment : [publication] : evidence and interventions for drug users in treatment /

by European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction; Sumnall, Harry R; Brotherhood, Angelina.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: EMCDDA Insights Series ; 13.Publisher: Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2012Description: 201 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9789291685578; 9291685577.SAPHIR theme(s): AddictionsMeSH subject(s): Substance-Related Disorders | Employment, Supported | Social Stigma | Substance-Related Disorders -- therapy | Substance-Related Disorders -- rehabilitation | EuropeAddiction suisse subject(s): Abhängigkeit | Drogen | Behandlung | Rehabilitation | Arbeitsplatz | Soziale Aspekte | EuropaPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographOnline resources: Date de consultation : 00.00.00 Summary: In order to help drug users become full members of society following treatment, measures are needed that address the issues of housing, education, vocational training and employment as part of their recovery. This report considers existing interventions targeting this vulnerable social group. It also provides a set of conclusions targeted at policymakers and drug practitioners, in order to help them develop coherent and comprehensive social integration strategies. Examples of “what works” in practice are a vital first step in developing evidence-based guidelines for future interventions
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In order to help drug users become full members of society following treatment, measures are needed that address the issues of housing, education, vocational training and employment as part of their recovery. This report considers existing interventions targeting this vulnerable social group. It also provides a set of conclusions targeted at policymakers and drug practitioners, in order to help them develop coherent and comprehensive social integration strategies. Examples of “what works” in practice are a vital first step in developing evidence-based guidelines for future interventions