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Criminal Justice & Drug Abuse

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Principles of Drug Abuse Treatment for Criminal Justice Populations: A Research Based Guide.

NIDA's research-based guide for treating drug abusers within criminal justice settings. Provides 13 essential treatment principles, and includes answers to frequently asked questions, and resource information.

Key in lock Illustration Treating Drug Addiction: What Families and Offenders Need to Know.

Based on the Research Guide (above), information for offenders and their families about the benefits of drug abuse treatment.

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