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Treatment evaluation instruments

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Instrument Areas of evaluation Aspect being evaluated Target population Language
AIDS Initial Assessment Jail Supplement
Designed to elicit information on AIDS risk behaviours in which the client may have participated while incarcerated
Treatment, Harm reduction Needs and planning Adults, Special populations en
Adolescent Diagnostic Interview
Useful instrument for adolescent substance use and abuse assessment. It is comprehensive, theoretically-based and has good psychometric properties.
Treatment, Prevention Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents en, es
Personal Experience Inventory for Adults (PEI-A)
PEI is designed to document the onset, nature and degree of alcohol and other drugs misuse, and to identify the personal and environmental risk factors. It also highlights areas to be addressed during drug treatment.
Treatment Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adults en
Personal Experience Screening Questionnaire
Designed to briefly screen for an indication of the need for a comprehensive drug use evaluation and to scan for select psychosocial problems and faking good and faking bad tendencies.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adults en, es
Situational Confidence Questionnaire (SCQ)
The SCQ was developed to assess a client's perceived ability to cope effectively with alcohol in high risk drinking situations in everyday life.
Treatment Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adults en
Situational Confidence Questionnaire - Heroin (SCQ-H)
The SCQ-H was developed to assess a client's perceived ability to cope effectively with heroin in high risk situations in everyday life.
Treatment Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adults en

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