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Hispanics and Latinos in Drug Courts: Cultural Strategies to Enhance and Sustain Recovery

Hispanics and Latinos in Drug Courts: Cultural Strategies to Enhance and Sustain Recovery

PUBLICATION YEAR

2017

RESOURCE TYPES

Fact Sheet, Webinar

COURT TYPES

Adult Drug Court

Resource Description

Material presented by Diana Padilla, Program Manager at the Training Institute of the National Development & Research, and Joseph R. Madonia, former Director of the Brooklyn Treatment Court. This webinar provides a review of the challenges in successful case planning for Hispanic participants and potential solutions to those challenges. This webinar provides practitioners with culturally informed processes that can augment their skill sets and consequently improve outcomes for Hispanic and Latino drug court participants. The webinar covers:

  • How Hispanic and Latino culture is layered within behavior
  • Major components of cultural humility as a process for practice
  • Effective strategies currently used in drug courts with Hispanic and Latino participants

To view a recording of this webinar, please click here.

Attachments

File Description File size

pdf

Fact Sheet-Hispanics and Latinos in Drug Courts

5 MB

Attachments

File Description File size
pdf Fact Sheet-Hispanics and Latinos in Drug Courts 5 MB