The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute

Developing Research Capacity and Culturally Appropriate Research Methods: Community-Integrating Behavioral Interventions in Substance Abuse Treatment

This project aimed to foster more effective provision of therapeutic services to substance-using treatment-seekers in our communities. The award’s overarching aim was development of a model of integrated clinical use of motivational interviewing and contingency management in opiate agonist treatment (OAT) settings.

Investigators

Bryan Hartzler, PhD PI (UW ADAI)

Fund Information

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Grant #:
Start: April 2010
End: March 2015
Status: completed

Project Site

NIH RePORTER Record

Project Results

  • Hartzler B, Jackson R, Jones BE, Beadnell B, Calsyn DA. Disseminating contingency management: Impacts of staff training and implementation at an opiate treatment program. J Subst Abuse Treat 2014;46:429–438. [Free online]
  • Hartzler B, Rabun C. Training addiction professionals in empirically supported treatments: perspectives from the treatment community. Subst Abuse 2014;35(1):30-6. [Free online]
  • Hartzler B, Rabun C. Community treatment adoption of contingency management: A conceptual profile of U.S. clinics based on innovativeness of executive staff. Int J Drug Policy 2013;24(4):333-41. [Free online]
  • Hartzler B, Rabun C. Community opioid treatment perspectives on contingency management: Perceived feasibility, effectiveness, and transportability of social and financial incentives. J Subst Abuse Treat 2013;45(2):242-8. [Free online
  • Hartzler B, Donovan DM, Tillotson C, Mongoue-Tchokote S, Doyle SR, McCarty D. A multilevel approach to predicting community addiction treatment attitudes about contingency management. J Subst Abuse Treat 2012;42(2):213–221. [Free online]
  • Hartzler B, Lash SJ, Roll JM. Contingency management in substance abuse treatment: A structured review of the evidence for its transportability. Drug Alcohol Depend 2012;122(1-2):1-10. [Free online]