Development of Planning/Evaluation Tools for Cultural Competence/Relevance for Chemical Dependence Treatment Programs Serving African Americans and Mexican Americans and Their Families  (2007)

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Principal Investigator:
Clay Shorkey, Ph.D.

Duration: Ongoing

The project uses a concept mapping approach to develop planning tools to allow chemical dependence agencies to evaluate, set goals, and determine needed resources to provide culturally competent/relevant services to African American and Mexican American clients and their families.

Sponsor:
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

Keywords: substance abuse