EAPs and the Delivery of Alcohol and Drug Services: Results of the EAPA/Join Together 2003 Survey of 873 EAPA members
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AbstractResults of a survey in 2003 of 873 members of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) conducted in collaboration with Join Together (substance abuse advocacy organization). We had a 30% response rate for participants. Results are shown for the percentage of EAPs that do assessments, treatment (direct or referrals), and clinical follow-up for alcohol and drug problems among employee populations. Also, present estimated future trends for the next five years.
Table of ContentsStudy Goals. Methodology. Sample Profile. Results for Assessment. Results for Trends. Results for Treatment. Results for Follow-up.
CitationAttridge, M. (2003, November). EAPs and the delivery of alcohol and drug services: Results of the EAPA/Join Together 2003 survey of 873 EAPA members. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association, New Orleans, LA.
SponsorsEAPA. Join Together. Optum EAP.
Employee assistance programs
Employee Assistance Professionals Association (U.S.)
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