2016-2017 results

Follow-up study to two years in the high residential therapeutic and educational Amalgama7 school clinic

High type

High type

With regard to drug abuse

• At the time of the entry

Consumer drug income

• 2 years after discharge

  1. Not probably ever since the departure of the therapeutic school.
  2. He had a relapse but is currently abstinent.
  3. Back in treatment.
  4. Current situation of relapse from consumption.
  5. Prison / death.
  6. Lack of reliable information.

1, 2 and 3 variables (not has never gone out of the school / have had relapses but is abstinent currently / back in treatment) are grouped in the category favorable situation. The variable 5 and 6 (current situation of relapse to the consumption / prison or death) are grouped in the category unfavorable situation.

The situation two years after discharge is therefore:

• 2 years after discharge

Situation drugs after

With respect to the psychopathological diagnosis

• Primary diagnosis at the time of the entry

Diagnostics prior income

• 2 years after discharge

Psicop Diagnostics. then

With regard to the filio-parental violence

• At the time of the entry

• 2 years after discharge

0. No verbal aggression (insults).
1. non verbal aggression (insults) or very rarely.
2 verbal aggression (insults) on some occasions.
3. verbal aggression (insults) frequently without physical aggression.
4. verbal aggression (insults) frequently with assaults on some occasions.
5. very common verbal aggression (insults) with physical aggression.
6. lack of reliable information.

Relevant variables

The relevant variables (statistical significance) to being in favorable situation or not Pro are:

  1. What kind of high.
  2. Get the therapeutic objectives for income or not.
  3. The family evolution.
  4. The existence of a plan of reintegration high post that provides for:
    • Type of coexistence.
    • School or work activity.
    • Drug withdrawal plan, if applicable.
    • Psychotherapeutic outpatient follow-up and, if appropriate, drug.