Enhancement of Maricopa County Drug Court Services Enhancement of Maricopa County Drug Court Services Staff and convene meetings of the Evaluation Team (ET) and complete evaluation activities as outline in the evaluation plan approved by the ASU Internal Review Board (IRB). Completion Date: Beginning November 2009 and ongoing thereafter. 2. Revise, as necessary, data collection instruments, including focus group and key informant interview protocols, as described in the proposal and continuation applications. Completion Date: Ongoing 3. Revise, as necessary, and submit necessary human subjects protection approval forms and materials the Arizona State Universitys Human Subjects Committee for review and approval. Completion Date: Ongoing 4. Maintain and update, as needed, databases for the storage and analysis process and outcome evaluation data. Completion Date: Ongoing with quarterly reviews. 5. Design and conduct data collection training to program collaborators on the administration of survey instruments and evaluation protocol. Completion date: To be mutually determined based upon the date and extent of training requested. 6. Assist with in-service training to Maricopa County Drug Court staff and Community Bridges staff on medically monitored buprenorphine treatment services, physiology of addiction, role of relapse, ASAM, and the treatment of co-occurring disorder. Completion Date: To be mutually determined based upon the date and extent of training requested. 7. Assist with in-service training on drug court philosophy, local criminal justice policies and terminology. Completion Date: To be mutually determined based upon date and extent of training requested. 8. Clean process and outcome data, perform outlier/logistic checks on data, and maintain security and confidentiality of data. Completion Date: Ongoing with quarterly reviews.
|Effective start/end date||10/1/10 → 2/28/13|
- HHS: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): $214,440.00
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