Clinical Tools

We turn “paperwork” and required data collection into useful, high quality clinical information – making evaluations and treatment sessions easier and more effective for clinicians.

  • Conduct comprehensive, valid assessments of clients
  • Develop thorough, focused treatment plans
  • Link clients to appropriate services
  • Track clients and appropriately intervene throughout the continuum of their recovery
  • Conduct effective individual and group therapy sessions


The DENS ASI® Software is a computerized vehicle for administering the Addiction Severity Index (ASI), the most widely used drug and alcohol assessment instrument in the world. This easy to use, easy to learn software program saves time by allowing you to complete all of your ASI assessments electronically.

How it works
With the click of a button, interviewers can administer either a Baseline ASI interview, the ASI-Lite, or a follow-up ASI interview. With additional prompts and guidance, interviewers will better understand the intent of each item and can initiate more productive responses from the client. The DENS ASI automatically calculates composite scores for you at the end of an interview. It allows you to print both client-level and aggregate-level reports.

The most popular report is the DENS ASI comprehensive, editable Narrative Report, which is generated from the client’s ASI responses and includes any comments added by the interviewer. The DENS ASI also features a Treatment Care Plan Problem List and a Comparison Report, which compare any two client interviews. Aggregate reports allow you to look broadly at trends in your specific patient population.

Developed in 1998 as part of a national study on substance use, the DENS ASI software allowed researchers to collect more than 60,000 ASI records from clients presenting for treatment across the country. In the past two decades, the DENS ASI has assisted thousands of researchers and clinicians across the United States and internationally.

For more information, sample reports or to purchase DENS ASI, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call toll free 1-877-874-3367.


RecoveryTrack® is a web-based assessment system that integrates Concurrent Recovery Monitoring (CRM) principles into treatment protocols for clients. RecoveryTrack is a clinical intervention that’s easy to use, quick to administer and requires minimal training.

How it works
RecoveryTrack consists of 12 core items that measure substance use, risk factors, protective factors, drug screen results, and formal treatment attendance. Administered at regular intervals, this multidimensional assessment allows counselors to monitor client progress and guide their treatment. In addition to the core items, RecoveryTrack can be enhanced with optional measurements and customizations influenced by our research team.

By automatically organizing client data into case reports, RecoveryTrack can be used by counselors during treatment as a clinical intervention. This improves outcomes by systematically monitoring a client’s status, allowing counselors to make more informed treatment decisions, quickly identify problems when they begin, and adapt treatment plans according to real-time data. It also generates aggregate reports that can be used by managers to document program performance and support accountability.

RecoveryTrack is based on extensive research and built on models that the medical and psychiatric fields already use.. The core items are empirical supported, and offer a valid and reliable assessment of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment outcomes and relapse risks.

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Keep It Moving Toolkit®

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RoadMAP Toolkit®

The RoadMAP Toolkit® harnesses treatment counselors’ intrinsic skills to deliver an evidence-based relapse prevention intervention to clients in group counseling. The toolkit encourages clients to practice coping strategies in a supportive environment through hands-on activities. Bolstered by counselor feedback, clients are better prepared to successfully apply coping strategies when they encounter high-risk situations outside of group sessions.

How it works
The RoadMAP Toolkit employs a “learning by teaching” approach by breaking down the essential intervention techniques into six content modules, each accompanied by tools that can be mixed and matched by clinicians to engage clients. Modules include a guides, video, posters, and patient worksheets. They encourage group participation, role-play activities, and homework assignments. Each module is designed to be used “off-the-shelf” and requires only brief training to master.

When surveyed, a majority of counselors stated that they felt “more confident” leading groups after using the RoadMAP Toolkit materials. Most thought other counselors would learn to use the product quickly, were satisfied with how easy it was to use, and felt the toolkit facilitated better relapse prevention groups. Clients reported significant satisfaction with RoadMAP recovery content.

For more information on the RoadMAP Toolkit, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call toll free 1-866-453-9262.

Open Doorways Toolkit®:

The Open Doorways Toolkit® harnesses the innate skills of treatment counselors to deliver an evidence-based 12-Step facilitation intervention to clients in group counseling. The toolkit is research-based and has been tested in drug and alcohol treatment programs. It is specifically designed to actively engage group members in discussions and activities related to 12-Step with minimal counselor training, regardless of their experience level with 12-Step programs.

How it works
Modules include guides, video, posters, patient worksheets, and recovery cards. Recovery cards provide clients a place to record meeting times and supportive contacts, and offer additional resources and encouragement for times outside of group sessions.

For more information about the Open Doorways Toolkit, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call toll free 1-866-453-9262.