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A realist evaluation of the aboriginal alcohol and drug worker program for urban aboriginal people
There is limited research evaluating addictions programs for Aboriginal people in urban contexts. Objective: The current project aimed to fill this gap by conducting an evaluation of the Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Worker Program (AADWP), offered at Friendship Centres in Ontario. Methods: A realist approach was used to evaluate the AADWP. Client-targeted focus groups and staff questionnaires were conducted to develop preliminary theories regarding how, for whom and under what circumstances thedoi:10.32920/ryerson.14645460.v1 fatcat:ajknczpubjg3fpuwdhlczsllgm