Outpatient treatment of alcoholics in the Navy: a feasible and cost effective alternative
Avila, Nancy L.
Knobloch, Kurt B.
Gates, William R.
Nevels, Jeffrey M.
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The Navy provides inpatient treatment for diagnosed alcoholics. Replacing some of the inpatient treatment with outpatient treatment is feasible, especially when treatment matching occurs. The major objective for using outpatient treatment is to capture considerable savings while maintaining treatment effectiveness. The results indicate that the Navy should be able to implement an outpatient treatment model for early stage alcoholics and maintain a success rate comparable to the inpatient treatment model. This would reflect a savings in program costs and replacement costs
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