Session 532: RS321 -> Drug Court: Process, Motivation, Employment, and Outcomes
Time: 9:00AM to 10:30 AM on Saturday, November 16
Place: PDR 6
Session Chair: Matthew L. Hiller, University of Kentucky
One-Year Outcomes for Delaware Drug Court Clients
by: Christine A. Saum, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Frank Scarpitti, University of Delaware
Clifford A. Butzin, University of Delaware
Client Motivational Effects on Drug Court Outcomes
by: Clifford A. Butzin, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Christine A. Saum, University of Delaware
Frank Scarpitti, University of Delaware
Outcomes and Cost-effectiveness of Drug Courts in Kentucky
by: T.K. Logan, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
Matthew L. Hiller, University of Kentucky
Carl G. Leukefeld, University of Kentucky
Lisa Minton, KY Administrative Office of the Courts
Gender and Rural/Urban Differences in Employment Barriers and Psychological Problems
by: J. Matthew Webster, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
Michele Staton, University of Kentucky
Matthew L. Hiller, University of Kentucky
Carl G. Leukefeld, University of Kentucky
Motivational Influences on Early Engagement and Treatment Satisfaction in Drug Court
by: Matthew L. Hiller, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
J. Matthew Webster, University of Kentucky
Michele Staton, University of Kentucky
Thomas F. Garrity, University of Kentucky
Carl G. Leukefeld, University of Kentucky
Discussants:
Wayne N. Welsh, Temple University

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