Session 368: RP16 -> Preliminary 12-Month Follow-Up Results From a Multi-Site Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Diversion Project: Research, Client Characteristics and Systems Issues
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 9
Place: Zurich
Session Chair: Nahama Broner, New York University
Evaluation of Criminal Justice Diversion Programs: A Comparison of Short-Term Outcomes for Diverted Subjects Compared to Non-Diverted Subjects
by: Shannon Morrison, Research Triangle Institute (Corresponding)
Pamela K. Lattimore, Research Triangle Institute
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)
Social Network Characteristics and Violent Behavior Among Dually Diagnosed Women in a Rural Jail Diversion Program: A Pilot Study
by: Jack E. Scott, University of Maryland at Baltimore (Corresponding)
Risk for Violence and Recidivism Among Diverted and Non-Diverted Mentally Ill Substance Using Jail Detainees With co-Morbid Trauma and Psychopathy: Preliminary Results From a 12-Month Follow-Up Study
by: Nahama Broner, New York University (Corresponding)
Justine M. Schmollinger, New York University
Collaboration: The Key to Successful Jail Diversion
by: Michael Franczak, Arizona Department of Health (Corresponding)

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