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Shoptaw, S., Frosch, D., Rawson, R. and Ling, W. (1997) Cocaine Abuse Counseling as HIV Prevention. Journal of AIDS Education & Prevention, 9, 511-520.

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  • TITLE: The Impact of Matrix Treatment (Family Training) in Reducing the Amount of Drug Consumption in Heroin and Crack Addicts

    AUTHORS: Seyyed Hossein Seid, Narges Dolatyari

    KEYWORDS: Matrix Treatment (Family Training), Drug Consumption, Heroin, Crack

    JOURNAL NAME: Health, Vol.7 No.4, April 1, 2015

    ABSTRACT: The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of family training based on matrix model in reducing the amount of drug consumption by heroin and crack addicts. The subjects were referral to Karaj Clinic, Karaj City, Iran, for crack abuse in 2013. In order to select participants convenience sampling was been used and totally 45 patients were selected (15 heroin addict, 15 crack addict, and 15 with combination of heroin and crack addiction) and put into two groups of experimental and control groups randomly. For collecting the data, Addiction Severity Index questionnaire was used. Descriptive and inferential statistics were used through one-way analysis of covariance for data analyzing. The results indicated that there was statistical difference between the experimental and control group with consumption of heroin and crack in family status, mental and substance use and also it has been shown that the experimental group with heroine consumption achieved better performance compared with the control group in the amount of consumption.