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States and substance abuse treatment programs: funding and guidelines for infection-related services.

Community-based substance abuse treatment programs provide HIV, hepatitis C virus, and sexually transmitted infection services. To explore how state funding and guidelines affect practice, we surveyed state agency administrators and substance abuse treatment program administrators and clinicians regarding 8 infection-related services. Although state funding for infection-related services is widely available, substance abuse treatment programs do not always access it. Substance abuse treatment program guidelines are clearer in states that have written guidelines. Improved communication between state agencies and substance abuse treatment programs may enhance service.

Pubmed ID: 18381995 RIS Download

Mesh terms: Clinical Trials as Topic | Communicable Diseases | Community Health Services | Guidelines as Topic | HIV Infections | Health Policy | Hepatitis C | Humans | Sexually Transmitted Diseases | State Health Plans | Substance-Related Disorders | United States

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