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  • SAMI Matters Newsletter (Archive Page)

    "SAMI Matters" is a printed newsletter that focuses on the implementation of Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT), the evidence-based practice, in the State of Ohio. It features agency profiles, clinical tips, and other implementation resources and updates. It was published from Spring 2001 to Fall 2008. Free PDFs available.

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SAMI Matters Newsletter (Archive Page)

"SAMI Matters" is a printed newsletter that focuses on the implementation of Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT), the evidence-based practice, in the State of Ohio. It features agency profiles, clinical tips, and other implementation resources and updates. It was published by the Ohio Substance Abuse and Mental Illness Coordinating Center of Excellence (SAMI CCOE)—an initiative of the Center for Evidence-Based Practices (CEBP) at Case Western Reserve University—from Spring 2001 to Fall 2008. The CEBP now publishes stories online and in Evidence Matters newsletter.

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Fall 2008, Volume 6, Issue 1

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In this issue:

  • Neighboring puts premium on IDDT fidelity, innovative outreach to homeless (pg 1)
  • Warming hearts on a cold bench (pg 4)
  • Board's-eye view: An executive's perspective of lessons-learned (pg 5)
  • Team terrific: A supervisor's perspective of lessons-learned (pg 5)
  • CCOE emphasizes focused clinical supervision, provides useful methods (pg 6)
  • MINT initiative helps set agenda for future of motivational interviewing in Ohio (pg 7)
  • Family programs, staff retention challenge IDDT providers to explore innovations (pg 8)
  • Affiliation code more efficiently tracks consumer outcomes, IDDT effectiveness (pg 10)
  • Tobacco & recovery : Advisory committee enthused by readiness assessments, integration of new service model with IDDT (pg 12)
  • Tips from tobacco road: Flash Phipps fights centuries-old tobacco culture, helps consumers kick the habit (pg 14)


Fall 2007, Volume 5, Issue 1

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In this issue:

  • Fidelity to general organizational index (GOI) of IDDT creates environment that supports clinical innovations for co-occurring disorders (pg 1)
  • Process monitoring: Lake County service organization overcomes uncertainties about implementing IDDT with staff inclusion, buy-in (pg 5)
  • An update of IDDT implementation in Ohio, featuring program highlights (pg 6)
  • Fidelity to IDDT inspires community buy-in, creative adaptation of integrated services, and rapport with consumers (pg 8)
  • Sandra Stephenson named new director of ODMH (pg 13)
  • Angela Cornelius named new director of ODADAS (pg 13)
  • Service organizations help State of Ohio begin to identify, study best methods for implementing integrated treatment (pg 14)
  • Fidelity review, at-a-glance (pg 16)
  • Tobacco cessation: Center for Evidence-Based Practices receives grant to develop new service model, inspiring consumers to replace tobacco use with healthy habits (pg 17)

 


Fall 2005, Volume 4, Issue 1

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In this issue:

  • IDDT & Criminal Justice: Re-entry program reduces recidivism with community consensus, integrated treatment (pg 4)
  • Persuasion groups promote recovery through personal stories, social support (pg 8)
  • Prescribing psychotropic medication to people who use alcohol and other drugs(pg 10)
  • IDDT stage-wise medication management (pg 11)
  • Cleveland agency implements integrated treatment in homeless shelters (pg 12)
  • SAMI CCOE reorganizes, creates Center for EBPs at Case Western Reserve University (pg 13)
  • CCOEs plan technical assistance for outcomes, quality improvement (pg 14)
  • Success story : Acceptance, assertive outreach and social support inspire Jane’s recovery (pg 7a - 7d, addendum)

 


Summer 2004, Volume 3, Issue 2

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In this issue:

  • People with mental illness finding rapid job-placement in Ohio communities with Supported Employment (pg 1)
  • Supported Employment, an overview (pg 5)
  • Nord Center integrates multiple EBPs (pg 6)
  • EBP helps consumers find meaningful jobs, long-term recovery (pg 8)
  • Group psychotherapy utilizes social nature of substance abuse to inspire personal change (pg 9)
  • IDDT promotes recovery philosophy, inspires restructuring of inpatient care (pg 10)
  • SAMI CCOE to help agencies disseminate, adopt outcomes strategies (pg 12)
  • Supported Employment gets boost with full-time trainer (pg 13)
  • Hrouda supports EBP research (pg 13)
  • New consultant and trainer disseminates EBPs in western Ohio (pg 14) 


Fall 2003, Volume 3, Issue 1

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In this issue:

  • New director of ODADAS promotes evidence-based practices, systems collaboration (pg 1)
  • New fidelity coordinator joins CCOE (pg 3)
  • SAMHSA awards ODMH start-up money for supported employment (pg 6)
  • RSC acquires training to help persons with dual disorders find employment (pg 7)
  • Bruening Foundation funds training curriculum based on fidelity scale (pg 7)
  • Ohio Supreme Court invites CCOE to help reduce recidivism for mentally ill offenders (pg 8)
  • Ohio agencies enter second year of implementation, sustain IDDT (pg 9)
  • Columbus-area partnership encourages recovery through social support in hospital, community (pg 10)
  • Fidelity action plan replaces self-study (pg 13)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): Psychotherapy for substance abuse inspires change (pg 14)

 


Spring 2003, Volume 2, Issue 2

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  • Ohio becomes first in nation to implement IDDT in state hospital system (pg 1)
  • Lutz provides leadership for Ohio’s evaluation initiatives (pg 4)
  • Cheek brings IDDT and recovery to Northcoast BHO (pg 4)
  • Ohio agencies advance toward EBP implementation (pg 5)
  • SAMI PACT builds relationships upon a shared philosophy (pg 6)
  • Regional networks promote inter-agency communication (pg 8)
  • Agencies learn to conduct fidelity self-study (pg 9)
  • Behavioral Family Therapy (pg 10)
  • Mandel School creates SAMI Center to advance research, evidence-based practices (pg 12)
  • Mandel School among first in nation to offer master's degree in integrated treatment (pg 13)
  • New center addresses co-occurring bi-polar and substance abuse disorders (pg 14)


Fall 2002, Volume 2, Issue 1

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  • National EBP implementation project arrives in Ohio (pg 1)
  • Kruszynski joins SAMI CCOE (pg 3)
  • Wieder conducts national research through SAMI CCOE (pg 3)
  • National EBP Project implements culturally responsive services (pg 4)
  • New CCOE disseminates techniques for illness management and recovery (pg 6)
  • Illness Management and Recovery (IMR): Helping consumers become experts in self-care (pg 7)
  • Southern Consortium for Rural Care delivers IDDT in Appalachian foothills (pg 8)
  • Consumers take active role in Southern Consortium for Rural Care's SAMI program (pg 10)
  • Conference 2002 In-Review (pg 12)
  • Find a computer, we’re taking SAMI into the 21st Century (pg 13)
  • DRA encourages self-awareness through peer support (pg 14)
  • Strong fidelity scores suggest next steps for SAMI programs (pg 15)

 


Winter 2002, Volume 1, Issue 2

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  • SAMI Court reduces incarcerations by promoting self-awareness (pg 1)
  • Judge Sage encourages collaboration (pg 4)
  • New Criminal Justice CCOE provides training and consultation (pg 6)
  • Fidelity assessments highlight strengths, opportunities for growth (pg 7)
  • Medical consultant joins CCOE to conduct clinical-skills consultation (pg 8)
  • Individual Placement and Support (IPS) program promotes independence through work (pg 10)
  • Ohio promotes recovery through employment (pg 12)
  • Clinical tip: Screening & assessment (pg 13)


Spring 2001, Volume 1, Issue 1

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  • ODMH creates SAMI CCOE to support integrated services for dual disorders (pg 1)
  • Site visits reveal need for continuous training, networks of professional support (pg 2)
  • Agency profile: Richland County (pg 4)
  • Richland County produces results with patience and persistence (pg 6)
  • Team building: Richland county thrives on consistent communication (pg 8)
  • Principles of client-centered management (pg 10)
  • Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT) Overview (pg 12)
  • Motivational Interviewing: Encouraging behavior change among individuals (pg 14)
  • Developing a continuous quality-improvement mechanism (pg 15)

CITATION

Title: SAMI Matters Newsletter (Archive Page)
Author(s): Ohio Substance Abuse and Mental Illness Coordinating Center of Excellence (SAMI CCOE)
Publication Year: 2001-2006
Publisher City: Cleveland, Ohio
Publisher Name: Center for Evidence-Based Practices, Case Western Reserve University

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