Session 258: CO18 -> Mental Health Issues in Corrections
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 205
Session Chair: Nancy Wolff, Rutgers University - New Brunswick
(Sponsored by the Division on Corrections and Sentencing)
Four Usual Suspects: Mental Illness, Drug Addiction, Poverty, and Antisocial Behavior. Which One is Guility of the Crime?
by: Nancy Wolff, Rutgers University - New Brunswick (Corresponding)
The Nature and Extent of Serious Mental Illnesses Among Probationers: Prevalence Estimates and Suggested Case Management Strategies
by: Arthur Lurigio, Loyola University of Chicago (Corresponding)
James A. Swartz, University of Illinois at Chicago
Juvenile Detainees: Who Needs Mental Health Services? Who Receives Them?
by: Linda A. Teplin, Northwestern University Medical School (Corresponding)
Jason J. Washburn, Northwestern University Medical School
Karen M. Abram, Northwestern University Medical School
Gary M. McClelland, Northwestern University Medical School
The Promise and Peril of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Under Criminal Justice Supervision
by: Jeffrey Draine, University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Amy Blank, University of Pennsylvania
Phyllis L. Solomon, University of Pennsylvania

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