National Development and Research Institutes, Inc. Center for Therapeutic Community Research Two World Trade Center, 16th Floor New York, N.Y. 10048 (212) 845-4452 The Success of Therapeutic Communities for Substance Abusers in American Prisons Harry K. Wexler, Ph.D. Wexler, H.K. (1995) The Success of Therapeutic Communities for Substance Abusers in American Prisons. Journal of Psychoactive [...]
Intensive Interventions With High-Risk Youths Promising Approaches in Juvenile Probation and Parole Troy L. Armstrong CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRESS a division of Willow. Tree Press, Inc. Monsey, New York 1991 A Comprehensive Therapeutic Community Approach for Chronic Substance-Abusing Juvenile Offenders: The Amity Model by Rod Mullen, Naya Arbiter and Peggy Glider The development of a joint public/private cooperative program involving Amity an Arizona nonprofit agency specializing in’ [...]
Two Therapeutic Communities for Substance-Abusing Women and Their Children Peggy Glider, Patrick Hughes, Rod Mullen, Shirley Coletti, Lee Sechrest, Robert Neri, Bobbi Renner, and Donna Sicilian INTRODUCTION How does one design and implement a randomized clinical trial in a therapeutic community (TC)? This was the question confronting two Perinatal-20 Treatment Research Demonstration Program grantees, Amity, Inc., in [...]
OUTCOME FINDINGS REGARDING IN-CUSTODY ADVERSE BEHAVIOR BETWEEN THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY TREATMENT AND NON-TREATMENT POPULATIONS AND ITS IMPACT ON CUSTODY PERSONNEL QUALITY OF LIFE David A. Deitch, Ph.D., Igor Koutsenok, M.D., Pam McGrath, M.F.C.C., Warden John Ratelle, Susie Carleton, R.N. University of California, San Diego, Department of Psychiatry, Addiction Technology Transfer Center While there is data suggesting [...]
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