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A Technical Assistance Guide For Drug Court Judges on Drug Court Treatment Services

This document provides a guide for newly assigned judges that are expected to preside over a drug court program to serve as a quick primer to assist them in (a) becoming familiar with the key elements and evidence-based practices that should be reflected in the treatment services provided to drug co…

Screening and Assessment Webinar

Presented by Paul Warren (NDRI), the focus of the presentation is to increase participants’ knowledge about useful screening and assessment instruments for co-occurring disorders (CODs).

Gender Specific Issues for Men – Effectively Engaging Men in Treatment

This webinar discusses relevant male gender issues that need to be incorporated in substance abuse treatment.

Addressing Synthetic and Designer Drugs in Adult Drug Courts

This webinar was presented by Dr. Leo Kadehjian and Natalie Reyes. The availability and prevalence of synthetic and designer drugs have increased dramatically over the last several years. Due to the rapid nature at which these drugs are produced and modified, and the danger associated with their con…

17th Judicial Drug Court Treatment Manual

This document serves as a manual for the 17th Judicial Drug Court program.

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Assessing Addiction: Concepts and Instruments

This article provides information regarding structure assessment instruments for a variety of clinicians and researchers for their needs.

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Research Report Series: Inhalant Abuse

This report series examines the extent of inhalant abuse in these last several years.

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North Carolina TOPPS Mental Health and Substance Abuse Initial Interview

This initial interview form should be used during the Problem Solving Court’s intake process.

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Furthermore, these individuals. remain in jail and prison longer than persons without CODs. Council of State Governments, 2012), are more difficult to man-. age in custodial settings (Houser & Welsh, 2014), and are more. likely to be reincarcerated within 1 year of discharge than those. with only a…

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