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Abstract Family science and public health scholars have documented the consequences of incarceration for the well-being of individuals, children, families, and communities. Yet the largest form of supervision in the criminal legal system is not imprisonment, but probation, with little known...
Abstract Jails are often the first point of assessment after arrest. This structural position provides an early opportunity to document and treat opioid use disorder (OUD). This paper describes the findings of the Building Bridges Planning Initiative, a project which prepared jail staff and...
Abstract This study assessed Drug Court employees’ readiness and perceived commitment to peer worker integration. Results demonstrated readiness for change is a precursor of commitment to peer worker integration, and appropriateness and personal benefit are key readiness factors when assessing...
Abstract Recent studies have emphasized that silence is a fundamental element in meditative practices for stress relief, well-being, and stimulating faith in the future. This study describes the educational experience of implementing the Practice of Silence Device in a prison setting during the...
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