Contingency Management in Substance Abuse Treatment

Edited by Stephen T. Higgins, Kenneth Silverman, and Sarah H. Heil
Foreword by Joseph V. Brady

September 26, 2007
ISBN 9781593855710
Price: $59.00
380 Pages
Size: 6" x 9"

1. Introduction, Stephen T. Higgins and Kenneth Silverman

I. Contingency Management Across Substances

2. Cocaine, Stephen T. Higgins, Sarah H. Heil, Randall E. Rogers, and Laura Chivers

3. Opioids, David H. Epstein and Kenzie L. Preston

4. Marijuana, Alan J. Budney and Catherine Stanger

5. Methamphetamines, John M. Roll and Thomas Newton

6. Tobacco, Stacey C. Sigmon, Richard J. Lamb, and Jesse Dallery

7. Alcohol, Conrad J. Wong, Kenneth Silverman, and George E. Bigelow

8. Medication Compliance, Bruce J. Rounsaville, Marc Rosen, and Kathleen M. Carroll

II. Special Populations

9. Homeless Populations, Jesse B. Milby and Joseph Schumacher

10. Pregnant and Postpartum Women, Sarah H. Heil. Jin H. Yoon, and Stephen T. Higgins

11. People with Mental Illness, Jennifer W. Tidey and Rick Ries

12. Adolescents, Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, Amy M. Duhig, and DanaA.Cavallo

III. Dissemination

13. Large-Scale Dissemination Efforts in Drug Abuse Treatment Clinics, Maxine L. Stitzer and Scott Kellogg

14. Lowering Costs in Drug Abuse Treatment Clinics, Nancy M. Petry and Sheila M. Alessi

15. Use of Community Donations and Clinic Rebates to Fund Contingency Management in Community Treatment Clinics, Leslie Amass and Jonathan B. Kamien

16. Contingency Management in an Entitlement Rehabilitation Setting: An Example from the Veterans Health Administration, Charles Drebing, Bruce J. Rounsaville, and Robert Rosenheck

17. Employment-Based Reinforcement in the Treatment of Drug Addiction, Wendy D. Donlin, Todd W. Knealing, and Kenneth Silverman

18. Contingency Management in Adult Criminal Drug Courts, Douglas B. Marlowe and Conrad J. Wong