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Evaluation of the Utah Assisted Outpatient Treatment (U-AOT) Program

Study completion: 2020
Contact Person: Christian Sarver

The Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) is a program that provides highly individualized outpatient treatment to adults who have Serious Mental Illness (SMI) or SMI and co-occurring substance use disorders, are civilly committed in the community, and have demonstrated difficulty adhering to prescribed treatment on a voluntary basis. This project is part of a four-year SAMHSA grant awarded to the Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH). The Utah Criminal Justice Center (UCJC) is providing consultation to DSAMH and program staff, regular reporting on participant demographics and short-term outcomes, and evaluating the impact of the program on treatment, health, housing, and criminal justice outcomes.

Year 1 Report

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Last Updated: 7/2/19