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Parent refusal with youth consent (subtract from SUBTOT to get TOTCON)

Parent refusal with youth consent.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): A Comparison of Two Reentry Strategies for Drug Abusing Juvenile Offenders, 2003-2009 [United States] - Midwest Recruitment.

TARGET POP-YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS

25. b. What type of offender population(s) is served in this specialized facility/location? 7) Youthful offenders

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): National Criminal Justice Treatment Program (NCJTP) Survey in the United States, 2002-2008 - S3A: Survey of Administrators Data.

Offender population: Youth

21. What type[s] of offender population[s] is [are] served in your program/facility? (Check all that are appropriate) h. Youth

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): National Criminal Justice Treatment Practices (NCJTP) Survey of Co-occurring Substance Use and Mental Disorder (COD) Treatment Services in Criminal Justice Settings, 2002-2008.

Parent refusal without youth consent

Parent refusal without youth consent.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): A Comparison of Two Reentry Strategies for Drug Abusing Juvenile Offenders, 2003-2009 [United States] - Midwest Recruitment.

WHICH CLIENT POPULATION-YOUTH OFFENDERS

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): National Criminal Justice Treatment Program (NCJTP) Survey in the United States, 2002-2008 - S3B: Survey of Treatment Program Directors Data.

Which particular client/offender population? Youthful offenders (18 to 25 year olds)

Which particular client/offender population? Youthful offenders (18 to 25 year olds)

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): National Criminal Justice Treatment Program (NCJTP) Survey in the United States, 2002-2008 - S4A: Survey of Correctional, Probation, and Parole Staff Data.

Controlled environment in last 90 days before STJAIL

Have you been in a controlled environment in the LAST 90 DAYS (FROM REFERENCE DATE)?

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJDATS): Detention to Community (DTC), 2006-2008 [United States] - DTC Core Intake.

Controlled environment in last 90 days?

How MANY DAYS in the LAST 90 Days were you in a controlled environment?

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJDATS): Detention to Community (DTC), 2006-2008 [United States] - DTC Core 3 Month Follow-Up (Wave 1).

Controlled environment in last 90 days?

How MANY DAYS in the LAST 90 Days were you in a controlled environment?

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJDATS): Detention to Community (DTC), 2006-2008 [United States] - DTC Core 3 Month Follow-Up (Wave 2).

Controlled environment in last 90 days?

How MANY DAYS in the LAST 90 Days were you in a controlled environment?

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJDATS): Detention to Community (DTC), 2006-2008 [United States] - DTC Core 3 Month Follow-Up (Wave 3).

control envir last 90 days from incar date

Have you been in a controlled environment in the LAST 90 DAYS from your incarceration date?

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): A Comparison of Two Reentry Strategies for Drug Abusing Juvenile Offenders, 2003-2009 [United States] - Midwest Intake.

3m:control envir last 90 days

Have you been in a controlled environment in the LAST 90 DAYS?

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): A Comparison of Two Reentry Strategies for Drug Abusing Juvenile Offenders, 2003-2009 [United States] - Midwest 3 Month Follow-Up.

9m:control envir last 90 days

Have you been in a controlled environment in the LAST 90 DAYS?

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): A Comparison of Two Reentry Strategies for Drug Abusing Juvenile Offenders, 2003-2009 [United States] - Midwest 9 Month Follow-Up.

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