The Life Enhancing Alcohol-management Program 2.0 (LEAP 2.0)

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Principal Investigator(s):

LEAP 2.0 builds on a longstanding partnership between the UW HaRRT Center and housing first residents, staff, and management of DESC. The pilot program was developed through a community based participatory research framework, and entails low-barrier, community-level, house-wide resident programming—including leadership opportunities, activities, and pathways to recovery. Results from the pilot indicated that LEAP participants reported more engagement in meaningful activities than their control counterparts. Further, higher levels of engagement with the LEAP predicted significant reductions in alcohol use and alcohol-related harm. To build on these promising findings, in LEAP 2.0, we will be conducting a 10-site, cluster-randomized controlled trial to assess LEAPs impact on substance use, health, cost and service utilization, as well as quality of life outcomes.


Project Period:
March 1, 2019 February 28, 2024

Funding Type(s):
Federal

Funder(s):
NIH/NIAAA

Geographic Area(s):
King County

Practice Type(s):
Community-Based Organizations

Patient Population(s):
Adults

Targeted Condition(s):
Substance Use Disorders