Con-Quest Residential Substance Abuse
Group: Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
This study and report are the result of a request by the Utah Substance Abuse and Anti-Violence Coordinating Council (USAAV). A growing body of government and independent researchers at the national level has found empirical evidence that Residential Substance Abuse Treatment programs aimed at jail and prison inmates are effective at crime reduction, and are relatively costeffective. To ensure that these programs are working well and economically at the state level, there is a need for accurate outcome evaluations to be performed.
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