Fellowship House, Inc. Low Intensity Transitional Apartment Program: An Outcome Analysis
Type of Degreedissertation
DepartmentRehabilitation and Special Education
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The Fellowship House, Inc. Low Intensity Transitional Apartment Program is a residential program designed to fit the needs of adults diagnosed with substance dependence and other mental illnesses. This study sought to determine the variables associated with successful transition out of the program and to determine whether or not this model of long-term treatment had significant results on clients’ ability to maintain a clean, sober, and productive lifestyle from the beginning of the program’s new structure (May 2012) and ending September 2013. Program goals include further developing the self-discipline and independent living skills necessary for living outside of institutions. Logistic regressions were used for data analysis.