Search Library

Dina Chavira, Leonard Jason
Formerly incarcerated individuals with substance use disorders encounter numerous obstacles following incarceration that threaten their sobriety. Obtaining safe and stable housing is a notoriously difficult task resulting in precarious housing that...
Darrin M. Aase, Leonard A. Jason, W. LaVome Robinson
The frequent co-occurrence of substance abuse disorders along with psychiatric disorders creates a number of complexities and needs in terms of long-term treatment for individuals. 12-step groups might provide unique mechanisms by which dually-...
Leonard A. Jason, Margaret I. Davis, Joseph R. Ferrari, Peter D. Bishop
After treatment for substance abuse, whether it is in hospital-based treatment programs, therapeutic communities, or recovery homes, many patients return to former high-risk environments or stressful family situations. Returning to these settings...
Molly M. Brown, Leonard A. Jason, Daniel K. Malone, Debra Srebnik, Laurie Sylla
Housing First (HF) is an effective intervention for reducing homelessness and service utilization among vulnerable adults and is most often focused on individuals experiencing chronic homelessness. This study explored the effectiveness of a single‐...
Leonard A. Jason, Inga Mileviciute, Darrin M. Aase, Ed Stevens, Julia DiGangi, Richard Contreras, Joseph R. Ferrari
The present study examined self-regulation, unemployment, and substance use outcomes for individuals with and without posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) who had transitioned from substance use treatment centers to the community (Authors).