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Recovery Housing For Drug Dependent Pregnant Women

For the past several years our research program has developed and tested an intensive outpatient intervention that is based in social learning theory and employs abstinence contingent access to recovery housing as a routine aspect of an intensive day treatment counseling program. The present project proposes to extend this treatment intervention to the special population of pregnant drug using women enrolled at the Center for Addiction and Pregnancy (CAP). We will compare an ...


Computer-Based Alcohol Use Disorder Recovery System

The purpose of this grant is to develop and test a proven computer based quality improvement/behavior change e-Health system (CHESS--Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System) to help prevent relapse in alcohol dependent patients being discharged from residential treatment. The investigators' primary hypothesis is that ACHESS (Addiction CHESS) will improve competence, relatedness and autonomy, which will reduce the days of risky drinking over a 12-month period.

Evaluating Alternative Aftercare Models for Ex-offenders

This study is examining the relative effects of alternative aftercare models for ex-offenders who are recovering from substance abuse/addiction. The study is a longitudinal, randomized field trial that assigns participants to one of three conditions: Oxford House, a professionally-run residential treatment facility, or a control condition that involves usual aftercare chosen by participants (which may include no treatment at all). Oxford Houses are self-run residential recovery...


Neurobiology of Alcohol and Nicotine Co-Addiction

This proposal addresses the critical absence of information about the neurobiology of recovery from Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) in alcohol and nicotine users. AUD and nicotine use disorder (NUD) are the most commonly abused (non-prescription) substances in the U.S. Co-addiction is particularly high in military veterans. Although nationwide estimates peg the rate of AUD/NUD co-addiction at 80%, the Substance Abuse Treatment Program (SATP) at the Veterans Affairs Portland Health C...

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Alcohol Use Disorders in Schizophrenia

The purpose of the study is to evaluate a new treatment to help patients who have problems because of their use of alcohol. The treatment is called Behavioral Treatment for Alcohol Abuse in Schizophrenia (BTAAS).We are interested in determining whether BTAAS is more effective in reducing use than a supportive control treatment.

Alcohol and Tobacco Consumption in Patients With Head and Neck or Lung Cancer : Interest of an Addiction Treatment

This is a multicenter, interventional, randomized study among patients with a first lung or head & neck cancer who are still active smokers ± alcohol misusers.The study will aim to compare the systematic implementation of an addiction treatment program initiated at hospital and integrated to the initial cancer treatment program (Arm A), versus the as-usual procedure, which consists in recommendations to follow an addiction treatment program (Arm B)

Behavioral Economics of Human Drug Self-Administration

The objective of this protocol is to examine the utility of behavioral economics for understanding reinforcer interactions as they pertain to drug self-administration. In a series of 6 experiments, the researchers will attempt to quantify the effects of qualitatively different reinforcers (money, cigarettes, alcohol, nicotine gum) and their interactions. This work represents a continuation of research by this investigator in the area of addiction and pharmacology.

STAR*D Alcohol: Treatment of Depression Concurrent With Alcohol Abuse

The purpose of this study is to determine if having an alcohol use disorder affects recovery from depression, and also whether recovery from depression in patients who have alcohol use disorders is also accompanied by improvement in the alcohol use disorder.

Alcohol Addiction and Otorhinolaryngology Cancer

The aim of the study is to compare the hospitalisation period in ORL surgery for two groups of patients. One of them will be treated for alcohol addiction to weaning them before the surgery ORL. The other group will be treated with usual methods.

Effectiveness and Costs of Internet-based Treatment for Harmful Alcohol Use and Face-to-face Treatment in Addiction Care

The purpose of this trial is to compare the effectiveness and costs of a five-module Internet-based treatment program (including therapist support) for harmful alcohol use with the effectiveness and cost of the same treatment content delivered face-to-face in specialized addiction treatment. The hypotheses to be tested through this trial are that: 1. The Internet-based treatment program (including therapist support) is as effective (reducing alcohol consumption) as the ...

Binge Drinking And Addiction : Case-Control Study in Hospital

Case Control Study : Objective: Frequent Binge drinking during 18-25 years is a risk factor of alcohol addiction in adulthood (25-40 years) Hypothesis: 25% of frequent binge drinking, OR = 2, power 80%, alpha risk : 5% 126 Cases aged 25 to 40 years: alcohol addict patients recruited in Addiction Unit in Rouen University Hospital 126 controls aged 25 to 40 years: non alcohol addict recruited by the Clinical investigation center in Rouen University Hospital An anonymous ...

Working With HIV Clinics to Adopt Addiction Treatments Using Implementation Facilitation

Tobacco, alcohol and opioid use disorders threaten the health of HIV-infected patients. What if evidence-based counseling and medication treatments for tobacco, alcohol and opioid use disorders (herein refered to as addiction treatments) were routinely provided in HIV clinics? Implementation Facilitation is an established strategy to increase the uptake of evidence-based treatments. Our goal is to evaluate the impact of Implementation Facilitation on the use of addiction treatm...

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) of the Insula for Treatment of Alcohol Addiction

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) targeting the insula on alcohol use and neural responses in alcohol-dependent patients.

Tobacco Cessation Field Study for Adults in Recovery - 1

The project's aim is to provide a targeted, computer-administered intervention to facilitate tobacco cessation for clients in alcohol treatment. The main focus of "On the Air: A tobacco cessation program for adults in alcohol recovery" is to reduce tobacco use of clients in alcohol treatment. The program will be offered through inpatient, residential, and outpatient treatment programs to help those struggling with alcohol addiction to understand, reduce, and stop tobacco use. C...

Integrating Combined Therapies for Persons With Co-occurring Disorders

The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness and implementability of ICT for co-occurring alcohol use and mental health disorders within community addiction treatment, as delivered by routine community addiction clinicians.

Clinical Study of TripleA for Treatment of Alcohol Addiction in Outpatient Care

The primary objective is to investigate differences in the alcohol consumption pattern between alcohol addicts receiving conventional treatment and those who receive a combination of conventional treatment and TripleA.

Smartphone Based Continuing Care for Alcohol

Investigators will recruit 280 alcohol dependent patients in treatment programs in the Philadelphia area to test the efficacy and cost efficiency of a smartphone based application for treating alcohol addiction (ACHESS) with telephone monitoring and counseling (TMAC). Participation in the study lasts for 18 months with research visits at baseline, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, and 18 months. The intervention lasts 12 months.

Naltrexone in Two Models of Psychosocial Treatments for Cocaine and Alcohol Dependence

The purpose of this study is to see whether naltrexone is safe and useful in preventing alcohol relapse, as well as in decreasing craving for alcohol in people with a diagnosis of alcohol and cocaine dependence. Naltrexone is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of alcohol dependence. However, the medication was not approved as yet at the dosage we will use in this study. The dosage we will use for the study (150 mg), is greater than the recomm...

Alcohol Addiction: A Systems-oriented Approach

The goal of the multicenter subproject (SP) 10 of the eMED Alcohol Addiction Consortium - A Systems-Oriented Approach is to study neuroimaging x genetics predictions in an existing sample (NGFNplus) of tightly endophenotyped and genome-wide genotyped alcohol dependent subjects (N=240) and controls (N=240); (ii) to translate the results of neuroimaging and genetic analyses from an adolescent risk sample (IMAGEN) to adult disease (NGFNplus sample) by examining related MRI-paradig...

Modafinil and Naltrexone to Reduce Cocaine and Alcohol Dependence

Modafinil is a medication that may enhance mood and increase energy in cocaine addicts, which may be useful in preventing cocaine relapse. Naltrexone is a medication that is currently used to treat drug and alcohol addiction. A combination of these two medications may be beneficial in reducing drug and alcohol use in individuals undergoing substance abuse treatment. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of modafinil and naltrexone, alone and in combination,...

Naltrexone in Two Models of Psychosocial Treatments for Cocaine and Alcohol Dependence - 1

The purpose of this study is to see whether naltrexone is safe and useful in preventing alcohol relapse, as well as in decreasing craving for alcohol in people with a diagnosis of alcohol and cocaine dependence. Naltrexone is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of alcohol dependence. However, the medication was not approved as yet at the dosage we will use in this study. The dosage we will use for the study (150 mg), is greater than the recommen...

Control Systems Approach to Predicting Individualized Dynamics of Nicotine Cravings

Nicotine is the most common drug of abuse in the United States, and has addiction strength comparable to cocaine, heroin, and alcohol. It is the primary addictive component of tobacco, and its use markedly increases risk for cancer, heart disease, asthma, miscarriage, and infant mortality. Addiction is thought to be caused primarily by the intersection of two components: 1) the impact of drug pharmacokinetics on the dynamics of dopamine response, and 2) dysregulation of the bra...

Homeless Female Offenders Returning to the Community

In Phase I of this R34, the team from the University of California Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Irvine researchers plan to utilize the successful community participatory approaches to refine a gender-sensitive criminogenic needs -focused intervention program, Female Ex-Offender Mentoring in Care (FEM-CARE), with the help of a community advisory board, composed of homeless female offenders (HFOs) and addiction staff; and finalize strategies which will be validated by focus gr...

Effect of N-acetylcysteine on Alcohol and Cocaine Use Disorders: A Double-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial.

This study evaluates the use of N-acetylcysteine in the treatment of alcohol and cocaine use disorders. Alcohol users will be split in two groups, one will receive the active N-acetylcysteine and the other placebo. The same division will occur with cocaine users. The effects of N-acetylcysteine in adherence, abstinence, psychiatric symptoms and stress biomarkers will be evaluated.

Addiction Risk: The Influence of Mindset Induction on the Effect of a Brief Intervention to Reduce Alcohol Use

Brief Interventions (BI) based on Motivational Interviewing are effective to reduce alcohol use. In this study the investigators test the hypothesis that that an open Mindset increases the positive effects of BI. Patients who are newly admitted to the psychotherapy outpatient clinic are routinely screened for risky alcohol use. All patients with risky alcohol use are eligible to the study and all receive the WHO's ASSIST-linked BI. Participants receive a brief Mindset i...


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