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Scientific longitudinal follow-up study "Trajectories, from addiction to reintegration: 3 Stages of Analysis Study of Drug Addicts Social Trajectories After therapeutic Process” (PTDC/CS-SOC/099684/2008), developed by Prof. Susana Henriques, CIES-ISCTE-IUL, and funded by Fundação de Ciência e Tecnologia, Ministério da Educação, final results presented at EFTC 14th Conference in Prague, 18 September, 2013.
The aim: To capture Social regularities and singularities present on social reintegration of individuals associated with social, family and individual patterns to acquired skills during the therapeutic process on individuals who have completed treatment between 1999-2009 the program at Dianova Therapeutic Community Quinta das Lapas (Management Quality System ISO 9001:2008 implemented since 2005, with empirical control over quality indicators).
- Five main social trajectories: Residencial, Marital Status, Work, Capabilities (Education or Training), Substance consumption
- Residencial trajectories emerge as most relevant (change residence to get away from use environments)
- Capability is crucial to the reintegration process (rights of access, social freedom and mobility, recognition of identities and merit reward)
- Regarding the 3 factors related with the therapeutic process the correlation is always positive: the more years have passed since the treatment completion, the longer the duration of the treatment and the much better the treatment evaluation is, the higher the values of the IRST (Ex-Drug Users Social Reintegration Index)