Session 220: CR20 -> A Family-Focused Approach to Treating Drug-Involved Offenders: La Bodega de la Familia Demonstration Project
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: H-Belevedere
Session Chair: Douglas Young, University of Maryland
Integrating Families Into the Justice System's Response to Drug Involved Offenders: From Punishment to Support
by: Carol Shapiro, La Bodega de la Familia (Corresponding)
Dealing With the Intersection of Substance Abuse and Criminal Justice Supervision Within Public Housing: A Family Focused Approach
by: Ricardo E. Barreras, La Bodega de la Familia (Corresponding)
From Criminality to Health: The Family as as a Moderating Factor in Treating Drug Users in the Criminal Justice System
by: Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, The Vera Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
The Role of Stakes in Conformity on Participation in Prison-Based Drug Treatment
by: Tammy Macy, University of Texas - Austin (Corresponding)
Evaluating the Impacts of a New Model of Family-Based Treatment and Prevention
by: Milton Mino, The Vera Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
Douglas Young, University of Maryland
Discussants:
Todd R. Clear, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

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