Session 133: PS1 -> Programmatic, Research and Client Characteristics Issues From a Multi-Site Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Diversion Project
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Victorian
Session Chair: Nahama Broner, New York University
Designing Research Studies for Persons With Co-Occurring Disorders and Criminal Justice Involvement: Recruitment, Interviewing, and Tracking Strategies
by: Maureen H. Rumptz, NPC Research (Corresponding)
Criminality and Co-Occuring Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Disorder: Preliminary Results From a Multi-Site Evaluation
by: Pamela K. Lattimore, Research Triangle Institute (Corresponding)
Diversion of Mentally Ill Substance Using Jail Detainees With Co-Morbid Psychopathy and Trauma
by: Nahama Broner, New York University (Corresponding)
Collaboration: The Key to Successful Jail Diversion
by: Michael Franczak, Arizaona Department of Health (Corresponding)
After Diversion: Developing Gender-Specific Treatment Services for Women Offenders
by: Jack E. Scott, University of Maryland at Baltimore (Corresponding)
Joan Gillece, University of Maryland at Baltimore

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