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Gender differences in comorbid disorders among offenders in prison substance abuse treatment programs.
Effect of an organizational linkage intervention on staff perceptions of medication-assisted treatment and referral intentions in community corrections.
Extended-release naltrexone to prevent relapse among opioid dependent, criminal justice system involved adults: rationale and design of a randomized controlled effectiveness trial.
Evidence-based treatment practices for drug-involved adults in the criminal justice system.
Adding positive reinforcement in justice settings: acceptability and feasibility.
Parole officer-parolee relationships and HIV risk behaviors during community supervision.
Medication-assisted treatment in criminal justice agencies affiliated with the criminal justice-drug abuse treatment studies (CJ-DATS): availability, barriers, and intentions.
Extended-Release Naltrexone to Prevent Opioid Relapse in Criminal Justice Offenders.
A cluster randomized trial of an organizational linkage intervention for offenders with substance use disorders: study protocol.
Collaborative Behavioral Management for Drug-Involved Parolees: Rationale and Design of the Step'n Out Study.
Cost-effectiveness of extended release naltrexone to prevent relapse among criminal justice-involved individuals with a history of opioid use disorder.
Developing effective interorganizational relationships between community corrections and community treatment providers.
Healthcare utilization in adults with opioid dependence receiving extended release naltrexone compared to treatment as usual.
Personal Control Over Decisions to Participate in Research by Persons With Histories of Both Substance Use Disorders and Criminal Justice Supervision.
Assessing informed consent in an opioid relapse prevention study with adults under current or recent criminal justice supervision.
Incidence of future arrests in adults involved in the criminal justice system with opioid use disorder receiving extended release naltrexone compared to treatment as usual.