Men’s Drug Use and Re-Entry Challenges in St. Louis: The Role and Impact of the Gateway Foundation
University of Missouri-St. Louis
St. Louis, MO
Data for this investigation come from 36 qualitative in-depth interviews completed between February and April 2010. The aim of the research was to conduct a process evaluation of Gateway Foundation programming for state probation and parole clients in St. Louis and jointly produce a final report for the organization. The specific research questions focused on (1) the challenges men face as they attempt to overcome substance abuse; (2) how those challenges are related to past experiences with crime, including offending and victimization; and (3) the effectiveness of Gateway programming, from the points of view of program participants, including whether there are any perceived differences between men who participate in the program post-incarceration versus in lieu of incarceration.
Miller, J, M DeBarr, H Namgung, JM Vecchio, and S Wiley. "Study Methodology." Men’s Drug Use and Re-entry Challenges in St. Louis: The Role and Impact of the Gateway Foundation, ed. Jody Miller. Research report submitted to the Gateway Foundation, the Missouri Department of Corrections, and the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
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