Criminal justice referral and incentives in outpatient substance abuse treatment.

@article{Defulio2013CriminalJR,
  title={Criminal justice referral and incentives in outpatient substance abuse treatment.},
  author={Anthony Defulio and Maxine A Stitzer and John R Roll and Nancy M Petry and Paul A. Nuzzo and Robert Schwartz and Patricia Quinn Stabile},
  journal={Journal of substance abuse treatment},
  year={2013},
  volume={45 1},
  pages={
          70-5
        }
}
A substantial number of substance abusers entering outpatient psychosocial counseling treatment are referred from the criminal justice (CJ) system. This secondary analysis of previously published findings from a large (N=415) multi-site trial of a prize-based abstinence incentive intervention (Petry et al., 2005) examined the influence of CJ referral on usual care outcomes and response to the incentive procedure. CJ referrals (n=138) were more likely than those not CJ referred (n=277) to… CONTINUE READING
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