Session 351: AL10 -> Prison-Based Substance Abuse Treatment: Issues and Outcomes
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 9
Place: Trinidad
Session Chair: William M. Burdon, UCLA Drug Abuse Research Center
Prison-Based Therapeutic Community Treatment: Participant Outcomes
by: William M. Burdon, UCLA Drug Abuse Research Center (Corresponding)
Nena Messina, UCLA Drug Abuse Research Center
Meredith L. Patten, UCLA Drug Abuse Research Center
Michael Prendergast, University of California at Los Angeles
Profiles of Co-Disordered Drug Offenders and Sex Offenders in Prison-Based TC Treatment
by: Nena Messina, UCLA Drug Abuse Research Center (Corresponding)
William M. Burdon, UCLA Drug Abuse Research Center
Garo Hagopian, UCLA Drug Abuse Research Center
Michael Prendergast, University of California at Los Angeles
Integrated Treatment Approaches for Prison Inmates With Co-Occurring Disorders
by: Roger H. Peters, Louis de la Parte Florida Ment.Hlth Inst. (Corresponding)
Prison and Substance Abuse Treatment: Exploring Different Career Models
by: Faye S. Taxman, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Meredith Thanner, University of Maryland at College Park
The Institutional Context of Substance-Abuse Treatment Programs and Treatment Outcomes: Results From the Federal TRIAD Study
by: Mark Motivans, Federal Bureau of Prisons (Corresponding)
Bernadette Pelissier, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Jennifer L. Rounds-Bryant, Federal Correctional Institution
William G. Saylor, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Gerald G. Gaes, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Scott D. Camp, Federal Bureau of Prisons

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