Differential Assessment of Treatment Effectiveness on Property Crime and Drug Dealing among Adolescents

Keiko Powers, Ph.D., Yih-Ing Hser, Ph.D.,
Christine Grella, Ph. D., and M. D. Anglin, Ph.D.

UCLA Drug Abuse Research Center

Paper presented at the
College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) Annual Meeting, Acapulco.
(June, 1999).

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Differential Assessment of Treatment Effectiveness on Property Crime and Drug Dealing among Adolescents

Abstract

Research Questions

Study Design

Description of Sample (%)

Description of Sample (%)

Adolescents Under CJS Supervision by Treatment Modality (N=1783)

Drug Dealing at Intake and Follow-up by CJS Status and Modality

Property Crime at Intake and Follow-up by CJS Status and Modality

Violent Crime at Intake and Follow-up by CJS Status and Modality

Alcohol Use at Intake and Follow-up by CJS Status and Modality

Marijuana Use at Intake and Follow-up by CJS Status and Modality

Cocaine Use at Intake and Follow-up by CJS Status and Modality

Summary of Findings

Summary of Findings (cont.)

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Other information: The Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Studies (DATOS) is NIDA’s third national evaluation of treatment effectiveness. It is based on over 10,000 admissions during 1991-1993 to 96 community-based treatment programs in 11 large U.S. cities. Findings from the three Research Centers (at NDRI, TCU, and UCLA) collaborating with NIDA on this large project are summarized in this web site.