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The effects of participation level on recidivism: a study of drug treatment courts using propensity score matching.
(Subst Abuse Treat Prev Policy, 2014-09-24)
BACKGROUND: Empirical evidence has suggested that drug treatment courts (DTCs) reduce re-arrest rates. However, DTC program completion rates are low and little is known about the effectiveness of lower levels of program ...
Do specialty courts achieve better outcomes for children in foster care than general courts?
(Eval Rev, 2013-02)
OBJECTIVE: This study assessed the effects of unified family and drug treatment courts (DTCs) on the resolution of cases involving foster care children and the resulting effects on school performance. METHOD: The first analytic ...
Parental Criminal Justice Involvement and Children's Involvement With Child Protective Services: Do Adult Drug Treatment Courts Prevent Child Maltreatment?
(Subst Use Misuse, 2016)
BACKGROUND: In light of evidence showing reduced criminal recidivism and cost savings, adult drug treatment courts have grown in popularity. However, the potential spillover benefits to family members are understudied. ...
Intergenerational effects of parental substance-related convictions and adult drug treatment court participation on children's school performance.
(Am J Orthopsychiatry, 2015-09)
This study examined the intergenerational effects of parental conviction of a substance-related charge on children's academic performance and, conditional on a conviction, whether completion of an adult drug treatment court ...
How does family drug treatment court participation affect child welfare outcomes?
(Child Abuse Negl, 2014-10)
Parental substance use is a risk factor for child maltreatment. Family drug treatment courts (FDTCs) have emerged in the United States as a policy option to treat the underlying condition and promote family preservation. ...