Substance Abuse Resources & Disability Issues

Josephine F. Wilson, D.D.S., Ph.D., Director

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Refereed Publications

Allen, J. B., Moore, D., & Sample, E.B. (1999). Relationship between substance abuse severity and indicators and cognitive performance in a dual-diagnosis population. Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 11, 126-164.

Bombardier, C. H., Blake, K. D., Ehde, D. M., Gibbons, L. E., Moore, D., & Kraft, G. H. (2004). Alcohol and drug abuse among persons with multiple sclerosis. [Article]. Multiple Sclerosis (13524585), 10(1), 35-40. Permalink.

Carr, C. J., & Moore, D. (2009). Collateral Consequences and Ohio's "Going Home to Stay" Reentry Initiative. Columbus Bar Association Lawyer's Quarterly, Fall.

Carr, C. J. A., Xu, J., Redko, C., Lane, D. T., Rapp, R. C., Goris, J., et al. (2008). Individual and system influences on waiting time for substance abuse treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 34(2), 192-201. Permalink.

Corrigan, J. D., Bogner, J., Lamb-Hart, G., Heinemann, A.W., & Moore, D. (2005). Increasing substance abuse treatment compliance for persons with traumatic brain injury. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 19(2), 131-139. Permalink.

Demers, J., French, D., & Moore, D. (Fall 2000). The Preliminary evaluation of a program to help educators address the substance use/prevention needs of special students. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Educations, 46(1), 14-26. Permalink.

Doninger, N. A., Heinemann, A.W., Bode, R.K., Sokol, K., Corrigan, J.D., & Moore, D. (2003). Predicting community integration following traumatic brain injury with health and cognitive status measures. Rehabilitation Psychology, 48(2), 67-76.

Ford, J. A., Glenn, M. K., Li, L., & Moore, D. (2004). Substance abuse and women with disabilities. In S. L. W. F. Haseltine (Ed.), Welner’s guide to the care of women with disabilities (pp. 315-332). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Glenn, M., Garcia, J., Li, L., & Moore, D. (1998). Preparation of rehabilitation counselors to serve people living with HIV/AIDS. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 41(3), 190-200. Permalink.

Glenn, M. K., Ford, J., Moore, D., & Hollar, D. . (2003). Employment issues as related by individuals living with HIV or AIDS. The Journal of Rehabilitation, 69(1), 30-36.Permalink.

Glenn, M. K., & Keferl, J. (2008). An exploratory investigation of rehabilitation counselors' perceived readiness to undertake substance use disorder screening in vocational rehabilitation. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 39(2), 37-42.

Guthmann, D., & Moore, D. (2007). The Substance Abuse In Vocational Rehabilitation-Screener In American Sign Language (SAVR-S-ASL) For Persons Who Are Deaf. Journal of American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association (JADARA), 41(1), 9-16. Permalink.

Heinemann, A. W., Corrigan, J. D., & Moore, D. (2004). Case Management for Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors With Alcohol Problems. Rehabilitation Psychology, 49(2), 156-166.

Heinemann, A. W., Lazowski, L. E., Moore, D., Miller, F., & McAweeney, M. (2008). Validation of a substance use disorder screening instrument for use in vocational rehabilitation settings. Rehabilitation Psychology, 53(1), 63-72.

Heinemann, A. W., McAweeney, M., Lazowski, L. E., & Moore, D. (2008). Utilization of substance abuse screening by state vocational rehabilitation agencies. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 39(2), 5-11.

Hollar, D. (2008). The relationship between substance use disorders and unsuccessful case closures in vocational rehabilitation agencies. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 39(2), 25-29.

Hollar, D., McAweeney, M. J., & Moore, D. (2008). The relationship between substance use disorders and unsuccessful case closures in vocational rehabilitation agencies. Special Issue: Vocational Rehabilitation & Substance Use Disorders, 39(2), 25-29.

Hollar, D., McAweeney, M. J., Moore, D. (2008). Factors that Contribute to Unsuccessful Case Closures Among Consumers of Vocational Rehabilitation Services. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counceling, 39(3), 48-52.

Hollar, D., & Moore, D. (2004). Relationship of Substance Use by Students with Disabilities to Long-Term Educational, Employment, and Social Outcomes. Substance Use & Misuse, 39(6), 931-962.Permalink.

Hollar, D., Weber, J., & Moore, D. (2002). Educational and employment outcomes for youth with disabilities who use alcohol and drugs: Analysis of NELS:88 longitudinal data. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 66(Suppl. 81).

Huber, M. J., Workman, J. W., Ford, J., Moore, D., & Mayer, T. (2009). Evaluating the Prevention through Alternative Learning Styles (PALS) Program. Journal of Drug Education, 39(3), 259-269. Permalink.

Li, L., & Moore, D. (2001). Disability and illicit drug use: An application of labeling theory: An application of labeling theory. Deviant Behavior, 22(1), 1-21. Permalink.

Li, L., Ford, J., & Moore, D. (2000). An exploratory study of violence, substance abuse disability, and gender. Social Behavior and Personality, 28(1), 61-72. Permalink.

Li, L., & Ford, J. A. (1998). Illicit drug use by women with disabilities. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 24(3), 405-418. Permalink.

Li, L., Ford, J., & Moore, D. (2000). An exploratory study of violence, substance abuse, disability, and gender. Social Behavior and Personality, 28(1), 61-71. Permalink.

Li, L., & Moore, D. (1998). Acceptance of disability and its correlates. Journal of Social Psychology, 138(1), 13-25. Permalink.

McAweeney, M., Keferl, J., Moore, D., & Wagner, J. (2008). Predictors of successful closure in the state-federal vocational rehabilitation system: Findings from a sample of persons with disability and substance use disorders. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 39(2), 30-36.

McAweeney, M., Rogers, N., Huddleston, C., Moore, D., , & Gentile, J. (2010). Symptom prevalence of ADHD in a community residential substance abuse treatment program. Journal of Attention Disorders, 13(6), 601-8. doi:10.1177/1087054708329973 Permalink.

McCollister, K. E., French, M. T., Pyne, J. M., Booth, B., Rapp, R., & Carr, C. (2009). The cost of treating addiction from the client's perspective: results from a multi-modality application of the Client DATCAP. Drug Alcohol Depend, 104(3), 241-248.

Moore, D., & Lorber, C. (2004). Clinical characteristics and staff training needs of two substance use disorder treatment programs specialized for persons with disabilities. Journal of Teaching in the Addictions, 3(1), 3-20.

Moore, D., Carr, C. J., Williams, C., Richlen, W., McAweeney, M. J., & Wagner, J. (2009). An Ecological Approach to Addressing HIV/AIDS in the African American Community. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 7, 1-18. Permalink.

Moore, D., Ford, J., & Hollar, D. (2002). Barriers to employment for individuals with HIV/AIDS: Alcohol and drug use. . Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 66(Suppl. 1), S123-S124.

Moore, D., & Gerber, B. M. (2009). Substance use and misuse by persons in medical rehabilitation. In S. T. G. Gontkovsky, C. (Ed.), Neuropsychology within the inpatient rehabilitation environment. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science.

Moore, D., Guthmann, D., Rogers, N., Fraker, S., & K, E. (2009). E-therapy as a means for addressing barriers to substance use disorder treatment for persons who are Deaf. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 36(4), 75-92. Permalink.

Moore, D., Langlois, M., Gerber, B. M., Gaddis, R., Hallam, J. S., & Arnold, R. (2007). Intention to quit tobacco use among clients in substance use disorder treatment settings. Substance Use & Misuse, 42(5), 871-879. Permalink.

Moore, D., & Li, L. (1998). Prevalence and risk factors of illicit drug use by people with disabilities. American Journal on Addictions, 7(2), 93-102.

Moore, D., McAweeney, M., Keferl, J., Glenn, M., & Ford, J. A. (2008). Policy issues in vocational rehabilitation related to consumers with substance use disorders. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 39(2), 12-18.

Moore, D., , & McAweeney, M. (2006). Demographic characteristics and rates of progress of deaf and hard of hearing persons receiving substance abuse treatment. American Annals of the Deaf, 151(5), 508-12. Permalink.

Moore, D., & Li, L. (1994). Alcohol use and drinking-related consequences among consumers of disability services. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 38(2), 124 Permalink.

Pringle, D., Li, L., Sample, E., Moore, D., Imbrogno, D., & Glaser, R. (1997). Evaluation of physical fitness, activity level, and substance abuse in vocational rehabilitation patients. Medicine in Science Sports and Exercise, 34(5), s1172.

Rapp, R. C., Xu, J., Carr, C. A., Lane, D. T., Redko, C., & Carlson, R. G. (2008). Development of the pretreatment readiness scale for substance abusers: modification of an existing motivation assessment. Subst Abus, 29(4), 39-50.

Rapp, R. C., Xu, J., Carr, C. A., Lane, D. T., Redko, C., Wang, J., et al. (2007). Understanding treatment readiness in recently assessed, pre-treatment substance abusers. Subst Abus, 28(1), 11-23.

Rapp, R. C., Xu, J., Carr, C. A., Lane, D. T., Wang, J., & Carlson, R. (2006). Treatment barriers identified by substance abusers assessed at a centralized intake unit. J Subst Abuse Treat, 30(3), 227-235.

Rogers, N. (2009). Volunteers make ER Reassurance Program a reality. J Emergency MEd Scvs (JEMS.com).

Rogers, N. L., Embree, J. A., Masoudi, N., Huber, M., Ford, J. A., & Moore, D. (2011). Consumer perspectives on reasons for unsuccessful VR case closure: An exploratory study. [Article]. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 34(3), 151-161. Permalink.

Sample, E. B., Li, L., & Moore, D. (1997). Alcohol use, ethnicity, and disability: A comparison of African-American and Caucasian groups. Social Behavior and Personality, 25(3), 265-276.

Wolkstein, E., & Spiller, H. (1998). Providing vocational services to clients in substance abuse rehabilitation. Directions in Rehabilitation Counseling, 9, 65-77.


Additional Publications

Glenn, M. (2005, July). Substance Abuse and Employment. CRP Brief, 4(3).
Moore, D., & Allen, J.B. (2005, March). Effectiveness of cognitive skills training for dually diagnosed persons with mental illness. In D. Roth & W.J. Lutz (Eds.), New research in mental health 2002-2003 biennium (pp. 324-335). Ohio Department of Mental Health.
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RRTC on Drugs and Disability & Howard University Research and Training Center for Access to Rehabilitation and Empowerment Opportunities. (2004). Exploring substance abuse among minorities with disabilities and its associations with their experiences in vocational rehabilitation. Howard University Monograph, Washington, D.C.
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RRTC on Drugs and Disability. (2004, March). Final report summary for RRTC on drugs and disability. Dayton, OH: Wright State University School of Medicine.
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RRTC on Drugs and Disability. (2004, March). Technical report-summary findings for research component R1: Continuing Investigation of Substance Abuse, Disability, and Vocational Rehabilitation. Dayton, OH: Wright State University School of Medicine.
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RRTC on Drugs and Disability. (2004, March). Technical report-summary findings for research component R2: Substance Abuse, Co-existing Disability, and Vocational Rehabilitation: Influences of Specialized Rehabilitation Programs on Employment Outcomes. Dayton, OH: Wright State University School of Medicine.
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RRTC on Drugs and Disability. (2004, March). Technical report-summary findings for research component R3: HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse, and Employment. Dayton, OH: Wright State University School of Medicine.
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RRTC on Drugs and Disability. (2004, March). Minority student enhancement program (MSEP) manual. Dayton, OH: Wright State University School of Medicine.
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Moore, D. (2003, February). Consultation Report to Washington State Department of Developmental Disability and Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse. Dayton, OH: Wright State University, RRTC on Drugs and Disability. Retrieved August, 2005, from Wright State University, SARDI Program
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Moore, D., Allen, J., & Ronicker, B. (2003, January). Cognitive enhancement skills training manual. Dayton, OH: SARDI Program, Wright State University.
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RRTC on Drugs and Disability. (2002, March). Proceedings of the second national conference on substance abuse and coexisting disabilities. (E. Wolkstein, Ed.). Dayton, OH: Wright State University and New York University.
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Sample, E.B., & Weber, J. (2002, February). Substance abuse among persons with disabilities. Addiction Technology Transfer Center: Eye on the Field.

Ford, J. (2001). The culture of disability. NAADD Report, 4(1), 3. San Franciso, CA: National Association on Alcohol, Drugs and Disability.

Wolkstein, E., Bausch, R., & Weber, G. (2000, March). Work as a critical component of recovery. Dayton, OH: Wright State University, RRTC on Drugs and Disability. Retrieved August, 2005, from Wright State University, SARDI Program
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De Miranda, J. (2000). Policy and its implementation: Where the rubber hits the road. Dayton, OH: Wright State University, RRTC on Drugs and Disability. Retrieved August, 2005, from Wright State University, SARDI Program
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Moore, D. (2000). News from the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, Wright State University. The NAADD Report, 3(1), 4-5. San Francisco, CA: National Association on Alcohol, Drugs and Disability.

Wolkstein, E. (2000). Employing the GrASP to determine vocational rehabilitation goals for persons with substance abuse disabilities. New York, NY: New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services.

Demers, J. (1999). Prevention issues and the PALS response. Impact, 12(3), 10-11.

Ford, J. (1999). Connecting vocational rehabilitation and drug treatment in Dayton. Impact, 12(3), 18-19.

Ford, J., & Corbitt, E. (1999, Summer). Window on Wellness: Health and Wellness Publication for People with Disabilities, 3(2), 8-11. Dayton, OH: SARDI Program, Wright State University.

Ford, J., & Moore, D. (1999). Substance abuse resources and disability issues: Training manual. (3rd Printing). Dayton, OH: SARDI Program, Wright State University.

Moore, D. (1999). Substance abuse and persons with developmental disabilities: Where are we at? Impact, 12(3), 2-3, 22-23.

RRTC on Drugs and Disability. (1999). Double Jeopardy: HIV and Disability. Dayton, OH: Wright State University, RRTC on Drugs and Disability. Retrieved August, 2005, from Wright State University, SARDI Program Web site: http://www.med.wright.edu/citar/sardi/sardi2/publications.html.
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RRTC on Drugs and Disability. (1999). Educational and health survey. In Substance use disorder treatment for people with physical and cognitive disabilities: Treatment improvement protocol (TIP). (Series 29). Rockville, MD: Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT/SAMHSA) and the National Clearinghouse on Alcohol and Drug Information.

Demers, J. (Ed.). (1999). Alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention activities for youth and adults with disabilities. Dayton, OH: SARDI Program, Wright State University.


Consultation/Evaluation Reports

Summary of site visits in ORSC/ODADAS cooperative agreement programs

This report is a summary of site visits to program participating in a cooperative agreement program between the Ohio Department of Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Services and the Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission. Six programs were funded throughout Ohio to address one of two special populations: persons with disabilities who experience a substance use disorder, or women on public assistance who have a substance use disorder. Positive outcomes noted were increased dialogue and planning between substance abuse treatment and vocational rehabilitation providers, a stronger focus on inter-agency case planning, and a recognition of the importance of features such as case management and benefits analysis when addressing the needs of persons with coexisting disabilities.
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Butler County, Ohio, Drug Court Evaluations:
EVALUATION REPORT: BUTLER COUNTY'S FAMILY DRUG COURT PROGRAM

"Family Drug Court Final Eval.doc", 2002" - This document details an evaluation of a pilot "Family Drug Court" program in Butler County, Ohio. Based on client service and billing records, key informants, staff and client interviews, it appears that the Butler County Family Drug Court Program positively impacts program recipients related to substance abuse, domestic violence, parenting needs, and compliance with court or Children's Services stipulations.
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EVALUATION REPORT:Butler County's SAMI Court Program

The Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Services Board of Butler County received a grant to establish a drug court for severely mentally disabled persons who also have a substance abuse problem. The program serves adults who have multiple felony offenses and an Axis I disorder (limited to schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bi-polar disorder or major depression, recurrent type) and a substance use disorder. Individuals who meet these conditions must then voluntarily agree to participate in the program. This program is based on Interdisciplinary dual disorder treatment (IDDT), and they received consultation and training from Dr. Robert Drake and Dartmouth University during the project.
pdf file Butler County SAMI Evaluation Report

EVALUATION REPORT: An Assessment of Butler County's Provision of Training for Professional Personnel Serving the Needs of SAMI Clients

An evaluation of training activities and outcomes for professionals on a collaborative, interagency team involved with a SAMI Felony Drug Court.
pdf file Butler County SAMI Evaluation Report: Training Component 2

Substance Abuse Program Development Consultation Report: South Dakota Redfield Developmental Center

CSAT State Technical Assistance was provided to the South Dakota Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse to develop viable long-term approaches for substance use disorder prevention and treatment for residents of Redfield Developmental Center. The residents of RDC are clients of the state MR/DD service system, and several adult and youth residents have substance abuse problems that preclude their return to the community without first being capable of sobriety. The specific goal was to seek program development options at the developmental center that could be integrated into the present structure and current program philosophy, rather than initiating a stand alone program to address substance abuse needs.
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Final Consultation Report to WA State DDD and DASA RRTC on Drugs and Disability, Wright State School of Medicine, February, 2003

Based on audits of program services, officials in Washington State Department of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) were interested in better serving the needs of persons with DD relative to substance abuse prevention and treatment. This report details the results of several meetings and training seminars held in the state. A state-wide plan is elaborated in this document. This work was jointly funded by the Washington State agencies involved and the CSAT State TA funding.
pdf file DDD-DASA Final Report

Consultation Report: SABHC Project for Persons with MR/DD
"Savannah Report"

The Savannah Area Behavioral Health Collaborative (SABHC) in Chatham County, GA, received a state grant to establish substance abuse and/or mental health services for persons with mental retardation/ developmental disability (MR/DD). A collaborative of providers was established with the goal to integrate best practices into their service delivery model. This report details those plans.
pdf file Savannah Report