Management Program Models

These programs are a little more defined than the tools. Even so, It is doubtful if any of the programs will be used as specified, but they provide models that can be shaped to need. They can also be used for differing purposes. While the Solutions Model is addiction specific, the concepts and structures may suggest other uses.

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