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Table 4 In–program practices regarding treatment planning of SUDPs (N=241) and BIPs (N=235)

From: Addressing substance abuse and violence in substance use disorder treatment and batterer intervention programs

  SUDPs BIPs X2
  (% yes, N) (% yes, N)  
Any service offered for cross problem 64.3 (155) 63.0 (148) .09
Offers cross problem service of:
 Individual counseling 23.3 (56) 29.2 (69) 2.96
 Group counseling 28.6 (69) 56.2 (132) 37.49***
 Marital/family counseling 18.1 (44) 15.0 (35) .79
 Mutual-help groups 4.2 (10) 6.4 (15) 1.15
 Peer counseling 3.8 (9) 6.9 (16) 2.26
 Rides to and from other program 6.7 (16) 1.3 (3) 9.85**
 Legal services 5.9 (14) 2.1 (5) 4.42*
Program has a specific component or track to treat the cross problem 20.5 (49) 47.7 (112) 39.74***
Program requires clients with cross problem to make a contract to refrain from the behavior 55.8 (134) 75.1 (176) 16.45***
Program does not provide services for cross problem (N=173; 86 SUDPs, 87 BIPs) because:
 Services for other problem are not part of this program’s main mission or focus 71.0 51.1 13.27***
 Staff lack expertise in other problem 41.5 22.0 13.81***
 No mechanisms exist to reimburse services for other problem 26.1 20.6 1.35
 Services for other problem are better provided independently from services for this problem 22.7 41.1 12.41***
 Services for other problem are not required for licensing, certification, or accreditation 19.3 44.0 22.63***
 Clients will not have cross problem after they are helped for this problem .6 0 1.18
  1. *p < .05 **p < .01 ***p < .001.