National Addiction & HIV Data Archive Program

Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) Series RSS

In 2002, with support from several federal partners, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) launched the national Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS), a multisite research program aimed at improving the treatment of offenders with drug use disorders and integrating criminal justice and public health responses to drug involved offenders. Under CJ-DATS, researchers from 10 academic research centers and NIDA are working together with federal, state, and local criminal justice partners to develop and test integrated approaches to the treatment of offenders with drug use disorders. At present, there are 11 major studies underway in CJ-DATS. These studies are valuable in their ability to address important cross-cutting issues in criminal justice and drug abuse treatment when dealing with the drug involved offender.

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Most Recent Publications

2014
Curran, Meghan E. Substance Abuse Treatment Programs in Corrections: An Integrated Approach. Dissertation, George Mason University.
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2014
Perkins, Elizabeth B.,  Oser, Carrie B. Job frustration in substance abuse counselors working with offenders in prisons versus community settings. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 58, (6), 718-734.
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2013
Ducharme, Lori J.,  Chandler, Redonna K.,  Wiley, Tisha RA.. . Implementing drug abuse treatment services in criminal justice settings: Introduction to the CJ-DATS study protocol series. Health and Justice. 1, (5),
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2013
Taxman, Faye S.,  Perdoni, Matthew L.,  Caudy, Michael . The plight of providing appropriate substance abuse treatment services to offenders: Modeling the gaps in service delivery. Victims and Offenders. 8, (1), 70-93.
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2013
Taxmna, Faye S.,  Perdoni, Matthew L. A case study in gaps in services for drug-involved offenders. Simulation Strategies to Reduce Recidivism: Risk Need Responsivity (RNR) Modeling for the Criminal Justice System. New York, NY: Springer.
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2012
Coffman, Donna L.,  Kugler, Kari C. Causal mediation of a human immunodeficiency virus preventive intervention. Nursing Research. 61, (3), 224-230.
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2012
Friedmann, P.D.,  Hoskinson, R.,  Gordon, M.,  Schwartz, R.,  Kinlock, T.,  Knight, K.,  Flynn, P.M.,  Welsh, W.N.,  Stein, L.A.,  Sacks, S.,  O'Connell, D.J.,  Knudsen, H.K.,  Shafer, M.S.,  Hall, E.,  Frisman, L.K. . Medication-Assisted Treatment in Criminal Justice Agencies Affiliated with the Criminal Justice-Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Availability, Barriers, and Intentions. Substance Abuse. 33, (1), 9-18.
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2012
Green, T.C.,  Pouget, E.R.,  Harrington, M.,  Taxman, F.S.,  Rhodes, A.G.,  O'Connell, D.,  Martin, S.S.,  Prendergast, M.,  Friedmann, P.D. . Limiting options: Sex ratios, incarceration rates, and sexual risk behavior among people on probation and parole. Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 39, (6), 424-430.
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2012
Harp, Kathi,  Oser, Carrie,  Leukefeld, Carl . Social support and crack/cocaine use among incarcerated mothers and nonmothers. Substance Use and Misuse. 47, (6), 686
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