This document created by the National Association of Drug Court Professionals was provide a progress update on the effectiveness and success of drug courts.
This document examines the evidence showing the effectiveness and importance of Family Drug Treatment Courts.
This document was written in response to the investigation, started by the NADCP Board Resolution to investigate and review what is currently known, and not yet known, about racial-and-ethnic-minority impacts in drug courts.
This article examines the effectiveness of providing diversion programs and treatment for drug users versus the traditional court system.
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 44 (2013) 145–158. Contents lists available at SciVerse ScienceDirect. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. Regular articles. The comparative effectiveness of outpatient treatment for adolescent substance. abuse: A meta-analysis☆. Emily E. Al. http://dx.doi.org/… Continue Reading Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 44 (2013)
The emerging drugs of abuse article describes the synthetic cannabinoids epidemic sweeping the U.S. and breaks down the chemicals found in it as well as the demographics of usage.
This is an analysis of how drug treatment courts work and gives a brief history on the development of these courts and the benefits of them.
Breaking the Habit: A Retrospective Analysis of Desistance Factors Among Formerly Problematic Heroin Users
The heroin users in the sample were engaged heavily in heroin use in the period prior to achieving abstinence-overall, the group reported using heroin on a mean of 69.7 days in the last. 3 months (70.. Additionally, 38 individuals were prescribed methadone, 47 (44.3) reported crack cocaine use (of w… Continue Reading Breaking the Habit: A Retrospective Analysis of Desistance Factors Among Formerly Problematic Heroin Users
Topics: Substance Abuse
Drug Treatment Courts in the Twenty-First Century: The Evolution of the Revolution in Problem-Solving Courts
Journal article describes Problem-Solving Courts and how they operate along with issues that are being tackled within the court itself.