This Webinar describes methods to assist attorneys and other members of a treatment team in diverting the client from his or her own symptoms – not only from confinement. It also identifies some risks inherent in the professional’s exposure to a Veteran’s own traumatic experiences.
The panelists for the session are: Caroline Cooper (BJA Drug Court Technical Assistance Project, American University): Moderator Judge Dennis Fuchs (ret.), Salt Lake City, Utah. Drug Court Judge and currently consultant to the Utah Supreme Court; Judge Jamey Hueston, Baltimore, Maryland: Drug Court… Continue Reading Strategies for Systematically Screening for Drug Court
Presented by Andrew Osborne (NDRI), this presentation focuses on bio/medical and psychological issues typically associated the young adult population in drug court, including hepatitis and HIV. Mr. Osborne discusses juvenile strategies that may be applied to the young adult population for interventi… Continue Reading Bio-Psycho Service Needs: Strategies to Engage and Retain Young Adults in Drug Court Programs
The BJA Drug Court Technical Assistance Project at American University conducted an interactive webinar session presented by Dr. Sarah Desmarais, Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Applied Social and Community Psychology Program at North Carolina State University that covered risk assessment… Continue Reading Selecting and Using Risk Assessment Tools in Problem Solving Courts
This assessment form is to be filled out to gather information on potential participants as one determines the eligibility for the program.
The purpose of this document is to provide Drug Court staff with a concise and current overview of important issues relating to offender risk assessment and to provide a list of recommended contemporary risk instruments.
The following report is produced through a contractual relationship between the Butte-Silver Bow County DUI Court program (BSB) and Research and Survey Consulting (RSC) of Florence, MT.