Voluntary vs Compulsory Treatment for Drug Abuse

Use For
  • incarceration
  • mandated treatment
  • treatment in prisons

The above terms should instead be replaced for the preferred term above "Voluntary vs Compulsory Treatment for Drug Abuse".

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Title: The Adolescent Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) program: a mental health-law enforcement collaborationAuthor(s): Van Hasselt, V.B., Killam, G., Schlessinger, K.M., DiCicco, T.M., Anzalone, W.F., Jr., Leslie, T.L., George, J.A., Werder, E.J. and Massey, L.L.Year: 2005Journal: Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse 15(2): 87-104ISSN: 1067-828XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Anticipating unintended consequences of vaccine-like immunotherapies and depot medications for addictive drug use.Author(s): MacCoun, R.J.Publisher: Washington * National Academies PressSource: Appendix H, pp. 241-275. In: National Research Council and Institute of Medicine. New treatments for addiction: behavioral, ethical, legal, and social questions. xiv + 306 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Assessing program needs of female offenders who abuse substancesAuthor(s): Baletka, D.M. and Shearer, R.A.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 12, pp. 227-242. In: Sims, B., ed. Substance abuse treatment with correctional clients: practical implications for institutional and community settings. xviii + 257 pp.Year: 2005
Title: The challenges of conducting research in drug treatment court settingsAuthor(s): Belenko, S.Publisher: Hunstville, TX * Office of International Criminal JusticeSource: Chap. 8, pp. 169-191. In: Harrison, L.D., Scarpitti, F.R., Amir, M. and Einstein, S., eds. Drug courts: current issues and future perspectives. 411 pp.Year: 2002
Title: A cluster analysis of adolescents with substance abuse and delinquency problems.Author(s): Orliss, M.J.Publisher: University of California-Santa BarbaraSource: 101 pp. Ph.D. dissertation,Year: 2004
Title: Cocaine and crack: clinical aspects.Author(s): Gold, M.S. and Jacobs, W.S.Publisher: Philadelphia * Lippincott Williams and WilkinsSource: Chap. 13, pp. 218-251. In: Lowinson, J.H., Ruiz, P., Millman, R.B. and Langrod, J.G., eds. Substance abuse: a comprehensive textbook. 4th ed. xxiv + 1421 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Coerced treatment for drug-using criminal offendersAuthor(s): Longshore, D., Prendergast, M.L. and Farabee, D.Publisher: London * RoutledgeSource: Chap. 6, pp. 110-122. In: Bean, P. and Nemitz, T. eds. Drug treatment: what works? xvi + 249 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Coerced treatment for methamphetamine abuse: differential patient characteristics and outcomesAuthor(s): Brecht, M.-L., Anglin, M.D. and Dylan, M.Year: 2005Journal: American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 31(2): 337-356ISSN: 0095-2990Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: A comparison between the intercept oral fluid and urinalysis.Author(s): Yacoubian, G.S.Publisher: New York * Nova Science PublishersSource: Chap. 6, pp. 191-210. In: Bennett, L.A., ed. New topics in substance abuse treatment. x + 280 pp.Year: 2006
Title: The correlates and consequences of drug involvement among youths entering a juvenile justice diversion program.Author(s): Dembo, R., Wareham, J., Poythress, N., Cook, B. and Schmeidler, J.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse 15(4): 1-36ISSN: 1067-828XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Creating and sustaining an adult drug court: avoiding burial in Grant's tomb.Author(s): Roper, G.F. and Owens, D.S.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: pp. 1-15. In: Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. The National Rural Alcohol and Drug Abuse Network awards for excellence 2004: submitted and award-winning papers. Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) Series 28. vi + 90 pp.Year: 2006
Title: Criminal neglect: substance abuse, juvenile justice and the children left behind.Author(s): National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University.Publisher: New YorkSource: vi + 177 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Criminal recidivism in three models of mandatory drug treatmentAuthor(s): Young, D., Fluellen, R. and Belenko, S.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 27(4): 313-323ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Critical examination of failures in a therapeutic community: snatching defeat from the jaws of victoryAuthor(s): Golden, J.W.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 4, pp. 59-72. In: Sims, B., ed. Substance abuse treatment with correctional clients: practical implications for institutional and community settings. xviii + 257 pp.Year: 2005
Title: A decade of drug treatment court researchAuthor(s): Turner, S., Longshore, D., Wenzel, S., Deschenes, E., Greenwood, P., Fain, T., Harrell, A., Morral, A.Taxman, F.S., et al.Publisher: Huntsville, TX * Office of International Criminal JusticeSource: Chap. 3, pp. 53-82. In: Harrison, L.D., Scarpitti, F.R., Amir, M. and Einstein, S., eds. Drug courts: current issues and future perspectives. 411 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Depot naltrexone in lieu of incarceration: a behavioral analysis of coerced treatment for addicted offendersAuthor(s): Marlowe, D.B.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 31(2): 131-139ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Developing an integrated substance use and mental health service in the specialised setting of a youth detention centre.Author(s): Stathis, S.L., Letters, P., Doolan, I. and Whittingham, D.Year: 2006Journal: Drug and Alcohol Review 25(2): 149-155ISSN: 0959-5236Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Development and initial validation of an instrument to measure perceived coercion to enter treatment for substance abuse.Author(s): Klag, S., Creed, P. and O'Callaghan, F.Year: 2006Journal: Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 20(4): 436-470ISSN: 0893-164XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Dirty: a search for answers inside America's teenage drug epidemic.Author(s): Maran, M.Publisher: San Francisco * Harper San FranciscoSource: viii + 311 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Dissociation and treatment outcome in urban women with comorbid PTSD and substance use disorders.Author(s): Caldeira, N.A.Publisher: Adelphi University, Institute of Advanced Psychological StudiesSource: 171 pp. Ph.D. dissertation,Year: 2004
Title: Diversion and criminal justice drug treatment: mechanism of emancipation or social control?Author(s): Clancey, G. and Howard, J.Year: 2006Journal: Drug and Alcohol Review 25(4): 377-385ISSN: 0959-5236Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: A dozen years of drug treatment courts: uncovering our theoretical foundation and the construction of a mainstream paradigmAuthor(s): Hora, P.F.Publisher: Huntsville, TX * Office of International Criminal JusticeSource: Chap. 2, pp. 37-52. In: Harrison, L.D., Scarpitti, F.R., Amir, M. and Einstein, S., eds. Drug courts: current issues and future perspectives. 411 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Drug courts: better DOJ data collection and evaluation efforts needed to measure impact of drug court program. Report to Congressional requesters.Author(s): U.S. General Accounting Office.Publisher: WashingtonSource: 79 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Drug courts: information on a new approach to address drug-related crime. Briefing report to the Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate, and the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives.Author(s): U.S. General Accounting Office.Publisher: WashingtonSource: 69 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Drug courts: overview of growth, characteristics, and results. Report to the Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate, and the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives.Author(s): U.S. General Accounting Office.Publisher: WashingtonSource: 175 pp.Year: 1997
Title: Drug courts: progress and issuesAuthor(s): Harrison, L.D. and Scarpitti, F.R.Publisher: Huntsville, TX * Office of International Criminal JusticeSource: Chap. 1, pp. 17-36. In: Harrison, L.D., Scarpitti, F.R., Amir, M. and Einstein, S., eds. Drug courts: current issues and future perspectives. 411 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Drugs, addiction, and the law: policy, politics, and public health.Author(s): Cohen, P.J.Publisher: Durham, NC * Carolina Academic PressSource: xxix + 375 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Drug testing: a necessary pre-requisite for treatment and for crime controlAuthor(s): Carver, J.A.Publisher: London * RoutledgeSource: Chap. 8, pp. 142-177. In: Bean, P. and Nemitz, T. eds. Drug treatment: what works? xvi + 249 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Drug treatment centers: schools for life skills.Author(s): Kimora.Year: 2007Journal: Impaired Driving Update 11(1): 16-17ISSN: 1091-4684Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug treatment courts, British style: the drug user treatment court movement in BritainAuthor(s): Bean, P.Publisher: Huntsville, TX * Office of International Criminal JusticeSource: Chap. 6, pp. 137-152. In: Harrison, L.D., Scarpitti, F.R., Amir, M. and Einstein, S., eds. Drug courts: current issues and future perspectives. 411 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Drug treatment courts: a viable option for Canada? Sentencing issues and preliminary findings from the Toronto courtAuthor(s): La Prairie, C., Gliksman, L., Erickson, P.G.Wall, R. and Newton-Taylor, B.Publisher: Huntsville, TX * Office of International CrimeSource: Chap. 4, pp. 83-114. In: Harrison, L.D., Scarpitti, F.R., Amir, M. and Einstein, S., eds. Drug courts: current issues and future perspectives. 411 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Drug user treatment courts and the disease paradigmAuthor(s): Nolan, J.L., Jr.Publisher: Huntsville, TX * Office of International Criminal JusticeSource: Chap. 11, pp. 241-262. In: Harrison, L.D., Scarpitti, F.R., Amir, M. and Einstein, S., eds. Drug courts: current issues and future perspectives. 411 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Effects of after-school and intensive-day treatment programs on substance use and recidivism at a juvenile drug court program.Author(s): Hattori, N.Publisher: Alliant International University, San Francisco BaySource: 85 pp. Ph.D. dissertation,Year: 2004
Title: Effects of a drug diversion court on client recidivismAuthor(s): Cunningham, D.S. and Stone, W.E.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 7, pp. 135-149. In: Sims, B., ed. Substance abuse treatment with correctional clients: practical implications for institutional and community settings. xviii + 257 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Effects of motivational interviewing for incarcerated adolescents on driving under the influence after release.Author(s): Stein, L.A.R., Colby, S.M., Barnett, N.P., Monti, P.M., Golembeske, C. and Lebeau-Craven, R.Year: 2006Journal: American Journal on Addictions 15(Suppl.1): 50-57ISSN: 1055-0496Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Effects of substance abuse central intake on treatment and justice costs.Author(s): Finigan, M. and Wolf-Branigin, M.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions 6(4): 115-129ISSN: 1533-256XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The emergence of drug treatment courts in AustraliaAuthor(s): Makkai, T.Publisher: Huntsville, TX * Office of International Criminal JusticeSource: Chap. 5, pp. 115-136. In: Harrison, L.D., Scarpitti, F.R., Amir, M. and Einstein, S., eds. Drug courts: current issues and future perspectives. 411 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Ethical issues surrounding forced, mandated, or coerced treatmentAuthor(s): Caplan, A.L.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 31(2): 117-120ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Evaluation of the Breaking the Cycle Demonstration Project: Jacksonville, FL and Tacoma, WAAuthor(s): Mitchell, O. and Harrell, A.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 36(1): 97-118ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Evaluation of the Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act: treatment clients and program types during the first year of implementation.Author(s): Evans, E. and Longshore, D.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs SARC Suppl. No. 2: 165-174ISSN: 0279-1072Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Factors associated with completion of a drug user treatment court diversion programAuthor(s): Butzin, C.A., Saum, C.A. and Scarpitti, F.R.Publisher: Huntsville, TX * Office of International Criminal JusticeSource: Chap. 7, pp. 153-167. In: Harrison, L.D., Scarpitti, F.R., Amir, M. and Einstein, S., eds. Drug courts: current issues and future perspectives. 411 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Forensic addiction psychiatry for the clinician, the expert, and the in-between.Author(s): Mack, A.H. and Lightdale, H.A.Year: 2006Journal: Addictive Disorders and Their Treatment 5(2): 77-86ISSN: 1531-5754Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Graduates speak: a qualitative exploration of drug court graduates' views of the strengths and weaknesses of the program.Author(s): Wolfer, L.Year: 2006Journal: Contemporary Drug Problems 33(2): 303-320ISSN: 0091-4509Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Identifying predictors of treatment outcome in a drug court program.Author(s): Roll, J.M., Prendergast, M., Richardson, K., Burdon, W. and Ramirez, A.Year: 2005Journal: American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 31(4): 641-656ISSN: 0095-2990Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The impact of a brief induction on short-term continuation in a therapeutic community.Author(s): Harrison, S.R., Toriello, P., Pavluck, A., Ellis, R., Pedersen, E., Gaiennie, R. and Kissinger, P.Year: 2007Journal: American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 33(1): 147-153ISSN: 0095-2990Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Individual and group treatment. Chap. 6, pp. 187-212.Author(s): Stevens, P.Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ * Pearson EducationSource: In: Stevens, P. and Smith, R.L., eds. Substance abuse counseling: theory and practice. 3d ed. xx + 388 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Inspiring hope, envisioning alternatives: the importance of peer role models in a mandated treatment program for women.Author(s): Sowards, K.A., O'Boyle, K. and Weissman, M.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions 6(4): 55-70ISSN: 1533-256XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Integrated treatment for dual disorders: a guide to effective practice.Author(s): Mueser, K.T., Noordsy, D.L., Drake, R.E. and Fox, L.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressFormat: Manual. 4Source: xxiv + 470 pp.Year: 2003
Title: An interactive voice response program to reduce drinking relapse: a feasibility studyAuthor(s): Mundt, J.C., Moore, H.K. and Bean, P.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 30(1): 21-29ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Journeys in the justice system: Four professionals see progress in the treatment-focused approach for offenders.Author(s): Hesselgrave, B.Year: 2006Journal: Addiction Professional 4(6): 19-20ISSN: 1542-8435Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Judicially mandated naltrexone use by criminal offenders: a legal analysisAuthor(s): Bonnie, R.J.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 31(2): 121-127ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Juvenile drug user treatment courts in the U.S.; initial lessons learned and issues being addressedAuthor(s): Cooper, C.S.Publisher: Huntsville, TX * Office of International Criminal JusticeSource: Chap. 10, pp. 231-240. In: Harrison, L.D., Scarpitti, F.R., Amir, M. and Einstein, S., eds. Drug courts: current issues and future perspectives. 411 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Linking treatment services to the criminal justice systemAuthor(s): Bean, P.Publisher: London * RoutledgeSource: Chap. 12, pp. 219-235. In: Bean, P. and Nemitz, T. eds. Drug treatment: what works? xvi + 249 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Major types of drug treatment approachesPublisher: Detroit * OmnigraphicsSource: Chap. 42, pp. 335-340. In: Ginther, C., ed. Drug abuse sourcebook. 2d ed. xiii + 607 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Making mandated addiction treatment work.Author(s): Wallace, B.C.Publisher: Lanham, MD * Jason AronsonFormat: manual 4Source: xvii + 297 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Mandated clients finding their way: evidence indicates promising results for clients court-ordered to treatment.Author(s): Enos, G.A.Year: 2006Journal: Addiction Professional 4(6): 17-18ISSN: 1542-8435Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Mapping the clinical complexities of adolescents with substance use disorders: a typological study.Author(s): Meyers, K., McDermott, P.A., Webb, A. and Hagan, T.A.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse 16(1): 5-24ISSN: 1067-828XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The Marijuana Ladder: measuring motivation to change marijuana use in incarcerated adolescentsAuthor(s): Slavet, J.D., Stein, L.A.R., Colby, S.M., Barnett, N.P., Monti, P.M., Golembaske, C. Jr. and Lebeau-Craven, R.Year: 2006Journal: Drug and Alcohol Dependence 83(1): 42-48ISSN: 0376-8716Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Methadone maintenance in prison: evaluation of a pilot program in Puerto Rico.Author(s): Heimer, R., Catania, H., Newman, R.G., Zambrano, J., Brunet, A. and Ortiz, A.M.Year: 2006Journal: Drug and Alcohol Dependence 83(2): 122-129ISSN: 0376-8716Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Mindfulness meditation and substance use in an incarcerated population.Author(s): Bowen, S., Witkiewitz, K., Dillworth, T.M., Chawla, N., Simpson, T.L.Ostafin, B.D., Larimer, M.E., Blume, A.W., Parks, G.A. and Marlatt, G.A.Year: 2006Journal: Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 20(3): 343-347ISSN: 0893-164XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: A model for successful drug treatment: from prison to community.Author(s): Inciardi, J.A., Martin, S.S., Butzin, C.A., Beard, R.A. and O'Connell, D.J.Year: 2006Journal: Counselor 7(5): 20-26ISSN: 1047-7314Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Motivation enhancement in clients referred from the criminal justice systemAuthor(s): Casselman, J.Publisher: London * RoutledgeSource: Chap. 13, pp. 236-241. In: Bean, P. and Nemitz, T. eds. Drug treatment: what works? xvi + 249 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Multiple measures of outcome in assessing a prison-based drug treatment program.Author(s): Prendergast, M.L., Hall, E.A. and Wexler, H.K.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Pp. 65-94. In: Pallone, N.J., ed. Treating substance abusers in correctional contexts: new understandings, new modalities. xxi + 227 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Naltrexone for probationers and paroleesAuthor(s): O'Brien, C. and Cornish, J.W.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 31(2): 107-111ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: New treatments for addiction: behavioral, ethical, legal, and social questions.Author(s): National Research Council and Institute of Medicine.Publisher: Washington * National Academies PressSource: xiv + 306 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Outcomes of court-based jail diversion programs for people with co-occurring disordersAuthor(s): Frisman, L.K., Lin, H-J., Sturges, G.E., Levinson, M., Baranoski, M.V. and Pollard, J.M.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Dual Diagnosis 2(2): 5-26ISSN: 1550-4263Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Out of crime and into treatment?: the criminalization of contemporary drug policy since Tackling Drugs TogetherAuthor(s): Duke, K.Year: 2006Journal: Drugs-Education, Prevention and Policy 13(5): 409-415ISSN: 0968-7637Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Perceptions about schooling and substance abuse treatment success from court-mandated adolescent males.Author(s): Mazzotta, M.A.Publisher: Oregon State UniversitySource: 140 pp. Ph.D. dissertation,Year: 2004
Title: Perceptions of a prison-based substance abuse treatment program among some staff and participants.Author(s): Goodrum, S., Staton, M., Leukefeld, C., Webster, J.M. and Purvis, R.T.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Pp. 27-46. In: Pallone, N.J., ed. Treating substance abusers in correctional contexts: new understandings, new modalities. xxi + 227 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Pre-arrest/booking drug control strategies: diversion to treatment, harm reduction and police involvement.Author(s): Goetz, B. and Mitchell, R.E.Year: 2006Journal: Contemporary Drug Problems 33(3): 473-520ISSN: 0091-4509Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Predicting retention of drug court participants using event history analysis.Author(s): Wolf, E.M., Sowards, K.A. and Wolf, D.A.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Pp. 139-162. In: Pallone, N.J., ed. Treating substance abusers in correctional contexts: new understandings, new modalities. xxi + 227 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Predictors of client retention in alternative-to-prison substance abuse programs.Author(s): Brocato, J.Publisher: Florida International UniversitySource: 161 pp. Ph.D. dissertation,Year: 2004
Title: Predictors of graduation and rearrest in a contemporary juvenile drug court program.Author(s): Tranchita, A.P.Publisher: Utah State UniversitySource: 114 pp. Ph.D. dissertation,Year: 2004
Title: Predictors of success and failure in correctional-based treatment programsAuthor(s): Golden, J.W. and Sims, B.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 2, pp. 27-37. In: Sims, B., ed. Substance abuse treatment with correctional clients: practical implications for institutional and community settings. xviii + 257 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Providing recovery services for offenders with co-occurring disorders.Author(s): Kleinpeter, C., Deschenes, E.P., Blanks, J., Lepage, C.R. and Knox, M.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Dual Diagnosis 3(1): 59-85ISSN: 1550-4263Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: A qualitative examination of the juvenile drug court treatment process.Author(s): Bryan, V., Hiller, M. and Leukefeld, C.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions 6(4): 91-114ISSN: 1533-256XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: A qualitative exploration into a prison substance abuse treatment program: "I tell them what they want to hear."Author(s): Patenaude, A.L.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 5, pp. 73-93. In: Sims, B., ed. Substance abuse treatment with correctional clients: practical implications for institutional and community settings. xviii + 257 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Quasi-compulsory treatment of drug dependent offenders: an international literature reviewAuthor(s): Stevens, A., Berto, D., Heckmann, W., Kerschl, V., Oeuvray, K., Van Ooyen, M., Steffan, E. and Uchtenhagen, A.Year: 2005Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 40(3): 269-283ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The relationship between legal status, perceived pressure and motivation in treatment for drug dependence: results from a European study of quasi-compulsory treatment.Author(s): Stevens, A., Berto, D., Frick, U., Hunt, N., Kerschl, V., McSweeney, T., Oeuvray, K., Puppo, I., Sante Maria, A.et al.Year: 2006Journal: European Addiction Research 12(4): 197-209ISSN: 1022-6877Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Research on naltrexone in the criminal justice systemAuthor(s): Patapis, N.S. and Nordstrom, B.R.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 31(2): 113-115ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Residential substance abuse treatment programming: what do the inmates think?Author(s): Stohr, M.K., Hemmens, C., Dayley, J., Baune, D., Kjaer, K., Gornik, M. and Noon, C.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 6, pp. 95-131. In: Sims, B., ed. Substance abuse treatment with correctional clients: practical implications for institutional and community settings. xviii + 257 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Restrictive intermediate punishment programming: a community-based treatment program for substance-addicted correctional clientsAuthor(s): Sims, B. and DuPont-Morales, M.A.T.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 9, pp. 175-194. In: Sims, B., ed. Substance abuse treatment with correctional clients: practical implications for institutional and community settings. xviii + 257 pp.Year: 2005
Title: The role of coercion in drug treatment.Author(s): Satel, S.L. and Farabee, D.J.Publisher: Philadelphia * Lippincott Williams and WilkinsSource: Chap. 45, pp. 690-706. In: Lowinson, J.H., Ruiz, P., Millman, R.B. and Langrod, J.G., eds. Substance abuse: a comprehensive textbook. 4th ed. xxiv + 1421 pp.Year: 2005
Title: RSAT programs for young offenders in California: a descriptive study.Author(s): Hegamin, A. and Farabee, D.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Pp. 123-137. In: Pallone, N.J., ed. Treating substance abusers in correctional contexts: new understandings, new modalities. xxi + 227 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Sanctions and rewards in drug court programs: implementation, perceived efficacy, and decision makingAuthor(s): Lindquist, C.H., Krebs, C.P. and Lattimore, P.K.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 36(1): 119-146ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Sentencing the cure: treatment facilitation and crime control management in a drug court workgroup.Author(s): Colyer, C.J.Publisher: Syracuse UniversitySource: 225 pp. Ph.D. dissertation,Year: 2004
Title: Setting the stage for treating drug court clients: how to initiate treatmentAuthor(s): Walker, R. and Logan, TK.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 8, pp. 151-173. In: Sims, B., ed. Substance abuse treatment with correctional clients: practical implications for institutional and community settings. xviii + 257 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Socially sanctioned coercion mechanisms for addiction treatment.Author(s): Nace, E.P., Birkmayer, F., Sullivan, M.A., Galanter, M., Fromson, J.A., Frances, R.J., Levin, F.R., Lewis, C., Suchinsky, R.T. et al.Year: 2007Journal: American Journal on Addictions 16(1): 15-23ISSN: 1055-0496Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The sociology of American drug use.Author(s): Faupel, C.E., Horowitz, A.M. and Weaver, G.S.Publisher: Boston * McGraw-HillSource: xix + 462 pp. + appendices.Year: 2004
Title: The stability and impact of environmental factors on substance use and problems after adolescent outpatient treatment for cannabis abuse or dependenceAuthor(s): Godley, M.D., Kahn, J.H., Dennis, M.L., Godley, S.H. and Funk, R.R.Year: 2005Journal: Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 19(1): 62-70ISSN: 0893-164XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: State drug policy reform movement: the use of ballot initiatives and legislation to promote diversion to drug treatment.Author(s): VanderWaal, C.J., Chriqui, J.F., Bishop, R.M., McBride, D.C. and Longshore, D.Y.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 36(3): 619-648ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Strategies for success: when treatment is coercedAuthor(s): Roes, N.A.Year: 2005Journal: Addiction Professional 3(3): 44-45ISSN: 1542-8435Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Substance abuse treatment for adults in the criminal justice system. Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series 44.Author(s): Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.Publisher: Rockville, MDFormat: Manual. 4Source: xxi + 337 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Substance abuse treatment for women offenders: guide to promising practicesAuthor(s): Kassebaum, P.A.Publisher: Rockville, MD * Center for Substance Abuse TreatmentFormat: Manual 4Source: Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) Series 23. ix + 174 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Substance abuse treatment: new research.Author(s): Kinlock, T.W. and Gordon, M.S.Publisher: New York * Nova Science PublishersSource: Chap. 2, pp. 73-111. In: Bennett, L.A., ed. New topics in substance abuse treatment. x + 280 pp.Year: 2006
Title: Substance-abusing women and their children: a cost-effective treatment option to incarceration.Author(s): D'Arlach, L., Curtis, C.E., Ferrari, J.R., Olson, B.D. and Jason, L.A.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions 6(4): 71-90ISSN: 1533-256XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Substance dependence, abuse, and treatment of jail inmates, 2002. (Bureau of Justice Statistics Special Report.)Author(s): Karberg, J.C. and James, D.J.Publisher: Washington * Bureau of Justice Statistics;Source: 12 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Substance use and treatment seeking in young offenders on community orders.Author(s): Lennings, C.J., Kenny, D.T. and Nelson, P.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 31(4): 425-432ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Substance use disorder patients who are mandated to treatment: characteristics, treatment process, and 1- and 5-year outcomesAuthor(s): Kelly, J.F., Finney, J.W. and Moos, R.Year: 2005Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 28(3): 213-223ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Therapeutic community drug treatment in the U.S. criminal justice systemAuthor(s): Anderson, T.L. and Harrison, L.Publisher: London * RoutledgeSource: Chap. 10, pp. 191-210. In: Bean, P. and Nemitz, T. eds. Drug treatment: what works? xvi + 249 pp.Year: 2004
Title: To punish or to treat: substance abuse within the context of oscillating attitudes toward correctional rehabilitation.Author(s): Pallone, N.J. and Hennessy, J.J.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Pp. 1-25. In: Pallone, N.J., ed. Treating substance abusers in correctional contexts: new understandings, new modalities. xxi + 227 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Treating juvenile substance abuse in the institutional settingAuthor(s): Glaser, B.A. and Cohen, P.J.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 10, pp. 197-210. In: Sims, B., ed. Substance abuse treatment with correctional clients: practical implications for institutional and community settings. xviii + 257 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Treating substance abuse offenders in the southwestern United States: a report evaluating the long term effectiveness of the Yuma County Adult Drug Court.Author(s): McCarthy, S. and Waters, T.F.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Pp. 163-177. In: Pallone, N.J., ed. Treating substance abusers in correctional contexts: new understandings, new modalities. xxi + 227 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Treating the substance-addicted offender: theory and practiceAuthor(s): Sims, B.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 1, pp. 9-25. In: Sims, B., ed. Substance abuse treatment with correctional clients: practical implications for institutional and community settings. xviii + 257 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Treatment in prisons and jails.Author(s): Peters, R.H., Matthews, C.O. and Dvoskin, J.A.Publisher: Philadelphia * Lippincott Williams and WilkinsSource: Chap. 46, pp 707-722. In: Lowinson, J.H., Ruiz, P., Millman, R.B. and Langrod, J.G., eds. Substance abuse: a comprehensive textbook. 4th ed. xxiv + 1421 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Treatment inside the drug treatment court: the who, what, where and how of treatment servicesAuthor(s): Taxman, F.S. and Bouffard, J.Publisher: Huntsville, TX * Office of International Criminal JusticeSource: Chap. 9, pp. 193-211. In: Harrison, L.D., Scarpitti, F.R., Amir, M. and Einstein, S., eds. Drug courts: current issues and future perspectives. 411 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Treatment motivation characteristics of offenders who abuse substancesAuthor(s): Shearer, R.A.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 3, pp. 39-56. In: Sims, B., ed. Substance abuse treatment with correctional clients: practical implications for institutional and community settings. xviii + 257 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Treatment of persons under legal restrictions. Chap. 21, pp. 485-496.Author(s): Leukefeld, C.G., Staton, M., Webster, M. and McDonald, H.S.Publisher: Baltimore * Johns Hopkins University PressSource: In: Strain, E.C. and Stitzer, M.L., eds. The treatment of opioid dependence. xx + 551 pp.Year: 2006
Title: Treatment readmissions and criminal recidivism in youth following participation in chemical dependency treatmentAuthor(s): Luchansky, B., He, L., Longhi, D., Krupski, A. and Stark, K.D.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Addictive Diseases 25(1): 87-94ISSN: 1055-0887Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Understanding and responding to racial differences in drug court outcomesAuthor(s): Dannerbeck, A., Harris, G., Sundet, P. and Lloyd, K.Year: 2006Journal: Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse 5(2): 1-22ISSN: 1533-2640Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Understanding treatment impact on drug-addicted offenders.Author(s): Brochu, S., Cournoyer, L-G., Tremblay, J., Bergeron, J., Brunelle, N. and Landry, M.Year: 2006Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 41(14): 1937-1949ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The use of immunotherapies and sustained-release formulations in the treatment of drug addiction: will current law support coercion?Author(s): Ridgely, M.S., Iguchi, M.Y. and Chiesa, J.R.Publisher: Washington * National Academies PressSource: Appendix E, pp. 173-187. In: National Research Council and Institute of Medicine. New treatments for addiction: behavioral, ethical, legal, and social questions. xiv + 306 pp.Year: 2004
Title: The use of legal coercion in the treatment of substance abusers: an overview and critical analysis of thirty years of research.Author(s): Klag, S., O'Callaghan, F. and Creed, P.Year: 2005Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 40(12): 1777-1795ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Value for money in drug treatment: economic evaluation of prison methadone.Author(s): Warren, E., Viney, R., Shearer, J., Shanahan, M., Wodak, A. and Dolan, K.Year: 2006Journal: Drug and Alcohol Dependence 84(2): 160-166ISSN: 0376-8716Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: When you assume...the reality of implementing a legally mandated substance abuse treatment program.Author(s): Wiley, D., Beattie, M., Nguyen, H., Puckett, K., Banerjee, K. and Poon, W.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs SARC Suppl. No. 2: 175-180ISSN: 0279-1072Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Working with mandated clients.Author(s): Sutherland, C., Naymark, M. and Shuggi, R.Publisher: Toronto * Centre for Addiction and Mental HealthSource: Ch. 28, pp. 625-650. In: Harrison, S. and Carver, V., eds. Alcohol and drug problems: a practical guide for counsellors. 3d ed. xvi + 768 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Working with mandated substance abusers: the language of solutions.Author(s): Berg, I.K. and Shafer, K.C.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 4, pp. 82-102. In: Straussner, S.L.A., ed. Clinical work with substance abusing clients. 2d ed. xiii + 494 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Working with other agencies.Author(s): Davies, K. and Barnard, J.Publisher: Oxford, UK * Radcliffe PublishingFormat: Manual. 4Source: Chap. 15, pp. 157-165. In: Beaumont, B., ed. Care of drug users in general practice: a harm reduction approach. 2d ed. x + 190 pp.Year: 2004