Predictors of short-term treatment outcomes among California's Proposition 36 participants.

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California's voter-initiated Proposition 36 offers non-violent drug offenders community-based treatment as an alternative to incarceration or probation without treatment. This article reports short-term treatment outcomes subsequent to this major shift in drug policy. Data are from 1104 individuals randomly selected from all Proposition 36 participants… (More)

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@article{Hser2007PredictorsOS, title={Predictors of short-term treatment outcomes among California's Proposition 36 participants.}, author={Y I Hser and Elizabeth Evans and Cheryl Teruya and David M Huang and M. Douglas Anglin}, journal={Evaluation and program planning}, year={2007}, volume={30 2}, pages={187-96} }