NIATx: Key Findings

Submitted by: 09/23/2019 by Maureen Fitzgerald

The NIATx Model was originally developed as a demonstration project supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA).  A seminal article written by McCarty et al. in 2007, The Network for the Improvement of addiction Treatment (NIATx): Enhancing Access and Retention,  described the impact of the NIATx model on access and retention in the demonstration project.

Since then, nearly 60 articles published in peer-reviewed articles demonstrate the effectiveness of the NIATx model. NIATx has expanded to include use in adopting evidence-based practices and in mental health, child welfare, criminal justice, and other human services settings.

The following is a partial list of recent NIATx-related research describing key findings:

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