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Breaking the Cycle of Drug Use Among Juvenile Offenders: Final Technical Report
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This literature review covers the following topics: the juvenile drug-crime cycle and substance-using population; juvenile justice system, conceptual underpinnings and development; juvenile justice system process; general recommendations for future intervention research; and summary and recommendations for a model program to include single point of entry, immediate and comprehensive assessment, cross-system case management, continuum of care, judicial decisionmaking, systems collaboration, treatment, utilization of traditional services, continuing care, and evaluation.
Literature Review
1999
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