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COD Survey: National Criminal Justice Treatment Practices (NCJTP) Survey of Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Disorder (COD) Treatment Services in Criminal Justice Settings  

Author:  Kevin Knight.

Source: Volume 07, Number 02, March/April 2007 , pp.17-19(3)

Offender Substance Abuse Report

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This is the twelfth report in a series that describes specific CJDATS projects. The main purpose of the proposed study (results not yet available) is to increase knowledge concerning service delivery and organizational practice for offenders with co-occurring disorders in the criminal justice system. There are three specific aims: 1) To describe the services available to offenders evidencing co-occurring substance use disorders and mental disorders; 2) To depict the organizational practices of the agencies providing services to offenders with co-occurring disorders; and 3) To examine the relationship between organizational practices and the provision of services for offenders with cooccurring disorders.

Keywords: research

Affiliations:  1: Institute of Behavioral Research, Texas Christian University.

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