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Int J Addict. 1994 Apr;29(5):667-73.

Improving employment outcomes for chronic alcoholics: applying the supported employment model.

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University of Kentucky, Lexington.

Abstract

Alcohol use and alcoholism have massive and far-reaching effects on employment. The consequences of lost employment and reduced productivity as a result of alcohol use can be circumvented through the use of supported employment services. The purpose of this article is to present the implications of using the supported employment model to assist chronic alcoholics in their employment. Several components of supported employment (ecological assessment, job training, job sharing, and ongoing support) are presented as being beneficial to alcoholics in maintaining employment.

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