Project Bridge – A Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program in the State of Hawaii: Program Implementation and Outcome Review
Group: Crime Prevention and Justice Assistance Division, Chaminade University of Honolulu
The study data were collected during Project Bridge’s infancy (April 1998 through September 2000) and, as a result, are best considered as preliminary and suggestive. However, the program outcome data (high program completion rates coupled with low levels of relapse/recidivism) clearly lend support to the overall value of the program. Part of the report provides a process evaluation of the program’s implementation and documents several difficulties that Project Bridge had to contend with in order to achieve success. Many of these difficulties are fairly typical when establishing residential treatment programs, and it is hoped that the findings will prove helpful in improving Project Bridge and/or establishing similar programs.
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