CSAP Working Group on Future Research Directions for Substance Abuse Prevention in Employee Assistance and Student Assistance Programs Summary Report
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AbstractBackground and Purpose: In January 2002, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) convened a working group to examine the issues surrounding future research directions for employee and student assistance programs. The 32 members of the working group (see Appendix A) represented a wide range of interested parties including: $ Community coalitions support providers $ Cost-benefit and econometric models developers $ Emergency mental health service theorists and providers $ Employee Assistance Programs (internal and external) $ Government agency policy makers and program managers $ Managed care organizations $ Managed care performance auditors $ Marketing and communications $ Private research organizations $ Professional associations $ Professional educators $ Publishers and materials distributors $ Research-oriented practitioners $ Student Assistance Programs $ University faculty and researchers (substance abuse, employee assistance programs, student assistance programs, evaluation, workplace, labor, crime) $ Workplace and worklife quality consultants The working group included many distinguished individuals whose careers have been devoted to addressing substance abuse in the workplace setting.
Rights/TermsMeeting held at Renaissance Harborplace Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland on January 27-29, 2002.
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