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J Subst Abuse Treat. 1999 Apr;16(3):265-75.

The development and evaluation of an alcohol and drug prevention and treatment program for women and children. The AR-CARES program.

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  • 1Center for Research on Teaching and Learning, University of Arkansas at Little Rock 72204, USA. lawhiteside@ualr.edu

Abstract

This study examined the evolution of the Arkansas Center for Addictions Research, Education, and Services (AR-CARES) over a 5-year period and evaluated its impact on women and children. The program was designed to provide comprehensive substance use prevention and treatment services to low-income pregnant and parenting women and their children. The program changed significantly over this time, based upon input from clients and staff, as well as in response to changing community resources. The evaluation suggests that the program had an impact on the substance use of study participants, birth outcomes, and the growth and development of children.

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