This document contains a study that serves as an addition to the existing juvenile drug court literature by providing a national multi-site outcome and process evaluation of nine juvenile drug courts from across the U.S. This study assesses the relative effect of each court, as well as their combined effectiveness in reaching the overall goal of reducing recidivism and improving youths’ social functioning. It also identifies, where possible, the characteristics of youth and programs associated with successful outcomes.This study provided valuable insight regarding juvenile drug court practices and performance with respect to individual youth outcomes.
Outcome and Process Evaluation of Juvenile Drug Courts Final Report
by wpengine / Friday, 05 May 2017 / Published in Uncategorized