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Gain Instruments

GAIN-I

The GAIN-I is a comprehensive bio-psychosocial assessment designed to support clinical diagnosis, placement, treatment planning, performance monitoring, program planning and economic analysis. It is designed to be used primarily in clinical settings.

Domains
  • Background
  • Substance use
  • Physical health
  • Risk behaviors and disease prevention
  • Mental and emotional health
  • Environment and living situation
  • Legal
  • Vocational
  • Addresses recency, breadth, and prevalence
Reports
  • Individual Clinical Profile (ICP)
  • Recommendation and Referral Summary (GRRS)
  • Personalized Feedback Report (PFR)
  • Validity Report (VR)

Versions: GAIN-I Full, GAIN-I Core, GAIN-I Lite

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GAIN-Q3

The GAIN-Q3 is a brief screener used to identify and address a wide range of problems in clinical and general populations. It is designed for use by personnel in diverse settings (i.e. student assistance programs, health clinics, juvenile justice).

Domains
  • Problems and service utilization
  • Substance use
  • Mental health (internalizing and externalizing problems)
  • Crime and violence
  • Stress
  • Physical health
  • School and work
  • Quality of life
Reports
  • Q3 Individual Clinical Profile (Q3ICP)
  • Q3 Recommendation and Referral Summary (Q3RRS)
  • Personalized Feedback Report (Q3PFR)
  • Validity Report (Q3VR)

Versions: GAIN-Q3 Lite, GAIN-Q3 Standard,
GAIIN-Q3 MI (Motivational Interviewing)

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GAIN-SS

The GAIN-SS is a screener to be used in general populations to quickly and accurately identify clients who would be flagged as having one or more behavioral health disorders on the GAIN-I.

Domains
  • Internalizing disorders
  • Externalizing disorders
  • Substance disorders
  • Crime and violence
Reports
  • GAIN-SS Full Report
  • GAIN-SS Summary Report
  • Aggregate Report

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