reSET® AS A TREATMENT TOOL FOR SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER
reSET®demonstrates improved abstinence and treatment retention when used in conjunction with face-to-face therapy to treat SUD related to stimulants, marijuana, cocaine and alcohol
- 507 patients with SUD across 10 treatment centers nation-wide were randomized to receive either face-to-face therapy, or a reduced amount of face-to-face therapy plus reSET®.
- Patients received 12 weeks of typical outpatient treatment with or without reSET® (reSET® was substituted for a portion of face-to-face therapy).
- Abstinence was measured twice weekly via urine analysis, breathalyzer, and self-reports.
- In patients who were dependent on stimulants, marijuana, cocaine, or alcohol (n=395), 58.1% of patients receiving reSET® were abstinent in study weeks 9-12, while 29.8% of patients receiving face-to-face therapy alone were abstinent during the same time frame (p<0.01).
- Participants who tested positive for drug use at the start of the study (n=191), 26.7% of patients receiving reSET® were abstinent in study weeks 9-12, while 3.2% of patients receiving traditional face-to-face therapy were abstinent during the same time frame (p<0.01).
Patients Non-Abstinent at Baseline