Targeted Capacity Expansion - Methamphetamine 1999

The TCE project is a three-year Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) grant awarded to the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) in 1999. This grant is one of 100+ TCE grants awarded nationwide over the past two years. The Consortium is sub-contracted through IDPH as the grant evaluator. The IDPH was awarded this grant to enhance methamphetamine treatment for adults in the Des Moines area. The grant money is primarily being used to create additional treatment slots for methamphetamine users and lengthen their treatment stays. The project will also provide case-management services to these clients. The Consortium will be concentrating on follow-up interviews to evaluate treatment experiences for each client, and analyze the collection for outcome measures and indicators for successful treatment completion.

Treatment Projects
This project has finished.