Drug Abuse Caseload Management

  • Reginald L. Locke


The purpose of this paper is to show a systematic approach to total caseload management from a social/causal base, a human needs coping system, a social work practice intervention, and a management practice base for accountability.


Change Agent Performance Appraisal Social Work Practice Client System Measurable Performance Standard 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • Reginald L. Locke
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  1. 1.Howard UniversityUSA

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