2 edition of Intervening with substance-abusing offenders found in the catalog.
Intervening with substance-abusing offenders
National Task Force on Correctional Substance Abuse Strategies (U.S.)
by U.S. Dept. of Justice, National Institute of Corrections in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Other titles||Intervening with substance abusing offenders|
|Contributions||National Institute of Corrections (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 30 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
The juvenile justice system must take primary responsibility for delinquent and substance-abusing youth who enter the system. Interventions should be consistent with the principles of OJJDP's Comprehensive Strategy for Serious, Violent, and Chronic Juvenile Offenders (), including: Family strengthening interventions. Untreated substance abusing offenders are more likely than treated offenders to relapse to drug abuse and return to criminal behavior. This can bring about re-arrest and re-incarceration, jeopardizing public health and public safety and taxing criminal justice system resources. Treatment offers the best.
This widely adopted text offers practical guidance for working with substance abusers and their families in a variety of clinical contexts. Expert contributors present major assessment and treatment approaches together with detailed recommendations for intervening with specific substances and meeting the needs of different populations. Substance Abuse Treatment for Criminal Offenders takes a comprehensive look at what interventions work in assessing and treating substance-abusing criminal offenders. This volume is packed with practical information on both traditional and cutting-edge approaches to treating offenders, including women, juveniles, and those with the dual diagnoses of substance abuse .
Intervention approaches include cognitive-behavioral, motivational enhancement, and solution-focused techniques, reflecting state-of-the art-knowledge about what works with substance-abusing clients. Traditional addiction approaches such as step programs, relapse prevention techniques, and medications are highlighted and nicely integrated. Author: Scott, Edward M. Published: Springfield, Ill., Thomas  Language: English ISBN: , , , , and.
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Intervening with substance-abusing offenders: a framework for action: the report of the National Task Force on Correctional Substance Abuse Strategies. [National Task Force on Correctional Substance Abuse Strategies (U.S.)].
The publication Intervening with Substance-Abusing Offenders: A Framework/or Action and its executive summary are the results of the fine work and contributions of the National Task Force on Correctional Substance Abuse Strategies.
The task force members worked tirelessly in. lic health strategies aimed at diverting substance abusing offenders into community-based treatment have generally failed to retain offenders in treatment or reduce recidivism or drug use.
The only strategy that has produced meaningful or consistent reduc-tions in criminal Intervening with substance-abusing offenders book and drug use is an integrated public health/public.
It is based on the report issued by the National Task Force on Correctional Substance Abuse Strategies, Intervening with Substance Abusing Offenders: A Framework for Action (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Corrections, ).
/S(00) /S(00) This is one in a series of books looking at rehabilitation work with offenders; previous books have looked at subjects such as therapeutic communities. The author Glen Walters is a cognitive-behavioural psychologist who has worked with substance misusers in American book.
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Available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Intervening With Convicted Serious Juvenile Offenders. Treatment programs that serve offenders can use a number of evidence-based techniques to promote participation in treatment, including motivational interviewing (Miller and Rollnick, ), cognitive enhancement interventions (Czuchry and Dansereau, ), and contingency management (Higgins and Silverman, ).
Client engagement in treatment. In this book, you will be provided with the framework for developing competency and enhancing the knowledge and skills you need to work with substance abusing youths.
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Social Work Practice with Children, Nancy Boyd-Webb Books, Guilford Press Books, at Meripustak. REFERENCES 1. Maruna, S. Making Good: How Ex-Convicts Reform and Rebuild Their Lives. Washington, DC: APA Books. Nagin, D.S. and Paternoster, R.
( Glenn Walters started teaching at Kutztown University during the academic year. Prior to this, he served as a clinical psychologist for the U.S. Army and as a psychologist and drug program coordinator for the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Effective Strategies For Intervening With Drug Abusing Offenders 1. Server03productnVVLRVLRtxt unknown Seq: 1 MAY ] EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR INTERVENING WITH DRUG ABUSING OFFENDERS DOUGLAS B. MARLOWE* T HE United States has the western world’s most serious drug problem, whether.
Substance-abusing youth are at higher risk than nonusers for mental health problems, including depression, conduct problems, personality disorders, suicidal thoughts, attempted suicide, and suicide.
Marijuana use, which is prevalent among youth, has been shown to interfere with short-term memory, learning, and psychomotor skills. Substance Abuse Treatment with Correctional Clients book. The second section addresses the substance-addicted offender in the institutional setting, the third includes works that describe community-based treatment programs and the problems associated with them, and the fourth looks at special treatment populations, including juveniles and.
National Institute of Corrections (U.S.): Intervening with substance-abusing offenders: a framework for action: the report of the National Task Force on Correctional Substance Abuse Strategies. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Justice, National Institute of Corrections, ), also by National Task Force on Correctional Substance Abuse.
Substance Abusing Inmates: Experiences of recovering Drug Addicts on their way Back Home This book is a product of an original study that examined inmates who. A leading professional resource and course text, this book provides practical guidance for treating clients with substance use disorders in a variety of contexts.
Expert contributors present major assessment and treatment approaches together with detailed recommendations for intervening with particular substances. Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. Relapse Prevention and the Substance-Abusing Criminal Offender.
Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) Series, Number 8. DHHS Pub. No. (SMA) Rockville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. a.“Intervening With Substance-Abusing Offenders: A Framework for Action, The Keport of the National Task Force on Correctional Substance Abuse Strategies, IJ.S.
Department of Justice, National Institute of Corrections, Junepp. “Intervening With Substance-Abusing Offenders, p. Offenders addicted to drugs or alcohol are diagnosed as substance-dependent or substance abusing.
The substance-dependent individuals have developed tolerance for the substance and will have withdrawal associated with cessation of use. They are unable to cut down on use, and take the substance in larger amounts over time.