Session 125: CR5 -> Meeting the Needs of Drug Involved Offenders
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Governors Square 11
Session Chair: Michael L. Prendergast, UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs
Needs and Services Received Reported by Women Released to Parole From the Forever Free Treatment Program
by: Michael L. Prendergast, UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs (Corresponding)
Elizabeth Hall, UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Prog.
Jean Wellisch, University of California - Los Angeles
Times They Are A-Changin: Examining the Difference in Drug Treatment Participants From the 1990s and 2000s
by: Daniel J. O'Connell, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Steven S. Martin, University of Delaware
James A. Inciardi, University of Delaware
Parental Status and Parenting Responsibilities as Predictors of Relapse and Recidivism Among Drug-Involved Prison Releasees
by: Cynthia A. Robbins, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Lana D. Harrison, University of Delaware
Steven S. Martin, University of Delaware
Hilary L. Surratt, University of Delaware
California's Substance Abuse Services Coordinating Agency System: A "Third-Party Coordination" Model for Ensuring Continuity of Care Among Parolees From Prison-Based Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
by: William M. Burdon, UCLA Drug Abuse Research Center (Corresponding)
Nena Messina, UCLA Drug Abuse Research Center
Michael L. Prendergast, UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs
Self-Reported Healthcare Needs of Addicted Criminal Offenders
by: Paul J. Goldstein, University of Illinois at Chicago (Corresponding)

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