"A Best Practice Approach to Community Re-entry from Jails for Inmates with Co-occurring Disorders: The APIC model"
GAINS Center report on the APIC Model, including a detailed overview of the model itself from a re-entry perspective.
A Sober Assessment Of Drug Court
Article in Federal Sentencing Reporter, October 2003. Documents key research supporting the expansion of the drug court model to reach more serious offenders in reentry courts.
"Ending an American Tragedy:
Addressing the Needs of Justice-Involved People with Mental Illnesses and Co-Occurring Disorders."
A report from the National Leadership Forum on Behavioral Health/Criminal Justice Services.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) of Drug Abuse Treatment for Criminal Justice Populations
These questions and answers are taken from The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
Gender and Justice in America: Women suffer when drug treatment focuses on menís needs
This brief article, from Vera Institute writer Chelsea Davis, discusses the increase in heroin use across all segments of society over the last 10 years including those with high incomes and women. It highlights the impact of the current drug policies on women of color and women with lower socioeconomic status.
"Interventions to Promote Successful Reentry among Drug-Abusing Parolees"
Article in Addiction Science & Clinical Practice, 2009.
"Treatment of Co-Occurring Disorders in County Jails: The Beaver County, PA, Experience"
Background and overview of the Beaver County MISA Project, focused on treating consumers with co-occurring disorders in county jails.
"Using Management Information Systems to Locate People with Serious Mental Illness and Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders in the Criminal Justice System for Diversion"
GAINS Center report on the enhanced identification and referral process for Maricopa County (AZ) that occurs at post-booking. Development, process, outcomes and future projects are outlined.