CJ-DATS (the national Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies) was created in 2002 with the goal of improving both the public health and public safety outcomes for substance abusing offenders leaving prison or jail and returning to the community by integrating substance abuse treatment into the criminal justice system.
This checklist [of 13 elements] is designed to assist in reviewing drug court programs’ treatment services to determine whether they reflect the use of evidence-based treatment practices.
This publication provides guidance for implementing an FDC, developing FDC partnerships, and describing FDC components.
This report explains how to improve outcomes by combining evidence-based substance abuse treatment with strict behavioral accountability.
This publication explains how most persons with co-occurring disorders can successfully participate in drug courts by utilizing six critical steps.
Effective Approaches to Drug Crimes in Texas: Strategies to Reduce Crime, Save Money, and Treat Addiction
This report examines the need to replace incarceration of those with non-violent drug possession charges with community-based drug treatment.
This website provides information about Seeking Safety is a therapeutic program for women suffering from trauma, substance abuse, and/or PTSD.
Substance Abuse Treatment: Group Therapy Inservice Training: Based on Treatment Improvement Protocol TIP 41
This training manual presents an overview of the role and efficacy of group therapy in substance abuse treatment.
The objective of this review is to systematically review quasi-experimental and experimental (RCT) evaluations of the effectiveness of drug courts in reducing recidivism, including drug courts for juvenile and DWI offenders.
Adults with Behavioral Health Needs Under Correctional Supervision: A Shared Framework for Reducing Recidivism and Promoting Recovery
This paper presents a shared framework for reducing recidivism and behavioral health problems among individuals under correctional control or supervision.