This initial increase in failure rates of the program may discourage services to implement a tobacco-free policy because of the loss of revenue, said Gregory. However, previous research has shown that treating patients for tobacco and the abuse of other substances is probably the best choice for the patient in the long term. Following the implementation of the new policy, customers were significantly less likely to complete treatment than they were before the adoption of smoke-free policies, said Gregory Thomas, co-author of the study and Associate Professor of Social Work at The Ohio State University.

When a new tobacco-free policy was introduced at the center of an Ohio woman’s dependence, smoking and not smoking are more likely to leave treatment early in the first months after the policy change, a new study.

After the first 90 days, the rate of staff reduced its discharge rate before the policy close to the original, while the rate of discharge initiated client was exceptionally high.

They found that 20 % of smokers and 7 % of non-smokers checked out early when the plant tobacco. These figures increased to 42 and 22 % respectively after the policy was issued.

Despite the growing body of research on the problems of smoking in treatment plants, smoking is still a protected status in the community of drug and is widely treated, said Gregory.

The researchers found that the number of patients who completed a treatment center for women decreased by 28 %age points from 70-42 % after the implementation of a central policy without tobacco.

Gregory Hammond and found that the rate of smoking were checked before successfully completing the program has increased after tobacco, not politics. But soon the number of cases for non-smokers has increased after the main instigator of the policy.

They behave much like a cigarette as you would with any drug, said Gretchen Hammond, who works for Amethyst Inc. in Columbus, Ohio, and worked with Gregory research. So, for example if I’m having a bad day, I will try to smoke away to talk to someone or go to therapy and working on the problem.

The study appears in the latest issue of the Journal of social work practice in substance abuse.

Treatment plants tend to allow patients to smoke, because many officials believe that treating a person in smoke over the abuse of other substances would be too difficult and most likely result in a failure, said Gregory. Treatment centers may also fear that the smoking ban could result in loss of business.

In our study, 78 % of patients were tobacco smokers, said Hammond. Main causes of death in people are chemically dependent on tobacco-related diseases, which is why it is so important that treatment facilities provide treatment for all substance abuse, including smoking, said Hammond.

Like any other substance abuse, smoking is a habit that is in. But cigarettes are still widely used today by the treatment facilities as a means of sustaining sobriety in patients, added Gregory.

Climate and the general feeling of dissatisfaction in the agency processing at the time of initial implementation could be regarded as a possible explanation for the higher rate of staff initiated shocks, said Gregory.

In addition to client-initiated discharge, the rate of layoffs has started personnel also recorded an initial increase during the first 90 days of implementation of the policy increases by about 5 %age points, regardless of whether the patient used tobacco.

There are areas of color processing, for example, purple, green and yellow. The areas of processing modules have a preference for different orientations, such as horizontal or vertical.

It is a functional separation, which has never been seen before in V4, Roe said.