DRUG SERVICES RESEARCH SURVEY (DSRS)

The Drug Services Research Survey ( DSRS) is a national survey which obtained information on drug treatment providers and clients in 1990. The survey consisted of several components, a facility-based telephone interview with a sample of 1,183 drug treatment providers followed by a client record based survey of 2,200 clients discharged from treatment in a sub-sample of the programs. Follow-up of the clients to assess post-treatment status was conducted in the Services Research Outcomes Study (SROS).

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This page was last updated on December 30, 2008.