Session 1: AL1 -> Substance Abuse Treatment I: Institutional Settings
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: South Hampton
Session Chair: Patrick McGrain, Temple University
What Makes Treatment Effective: A Qualitative Analysis of Drug Treatment in a Prison-Based Setting
by: Patrick McGrain, Temple University (Corresponding)
National Cross-Site Evaluation of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment Strategies for Criminal Justice Populations
by: Debra L. Stanley, Central Connecticut State University (Corresponding)
David L. Olson, Loyola University of Chicago
Staying in Drug Treatment: How Much Difference is There From Prison to Prison?
by: Bernadette Pelissier, Federal Bureau of Prisons (Corresponding)
Mark Motivans, Federal Bureau of Prisons
William G. Saylor, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Scott D. Camp, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Gerald G. Gaes, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Predictors of Appropriate Modality for Participants in Court-Mandated Treatment: Findings at the Brooklyn Treatment Court
by: Christine Depies DeStefano, Urban Institute (Corresponding)
Michael Rempel, Center for Court Innovation
Adult Substance Use -- Causes and Consequences
by: Robert Griffin, Washington State University Vancouver (Corresponding)
Clayton Mosher, Washington State University, Vancouver
Scott Akins, Washington State University Vancouver

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