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Project ASPIRE presented at ABCT conference

Clinicians and researchers from the Institute for Community Living, Inc., presented a poster evaluating the effectiveness of Project ASPIRE at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies held last month in New York City.  Project ASPIRE is an award-winning SAMHSA-funded demonstration program that applies CTI and other evidence based approaches to help women with mental health and substance use problems successfully transition from a homeless shelter to stable life in the community.  For more information on the program or the evaluation, contact Dr. Elizabeth Cleek at [email protected]

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