Offering Data Collection Incentives to Adults at Risk for Substance Use Disorder

Data Collection Technical Assistance Brief, Number 1
Publisher: Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research
Oct 31, 2016
Angela Valdovinos D'Angelo, Jacqueline Crowley, Lauren Maul, and Debra Strong
At a time of rising concern about substance use dependence among adults—and the co-occurring potential for child maltreatment—researchers, policymakers, and practitioners are increasingly looking for studies on the effectiveness of substance use disorder treatment, family-strengthening efforts, and similar evidence-based programs. But these types of studies require researchers to collect data from adults who have or are at risk of substance use disorder, which can be challenging.