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Compulsory treatment of drug abuse

Carl G Leukefeld

Compulsory treatment of drug abuse

research and clinical practice

by Carl G Leukefeld

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, National Institute on Drug Abuse, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Rockville, MD, Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drug abuse -- Treatment -- United States,
  • Drug abuse -- Research -- United States,
  • Substance abuse -- Research -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors, Carl G. Leukefeld, Frank M. Tims
    SeriesDHHS publication -- no. (ADM) 88-1578, NIDA research monograph -- 86
    ContributionsTims, Frank M, National Institute on Drug Abuse
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 258 p. :
    Number of Pages258
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13610977M

      This paper reports on a review of the literature on the quasi-compulsory treatment (QCT) of drug dependent offenders in five languages; English, German, French, Italian and Cited by: This approach, called harm reduction, replaces the separate, highly specialized, disease-based, primarily private substance abuse/addiction treatment system. Drug abuse treatment is .

    ‘ In the Name of Treatment: Ending Abuses in Compulsory Drug Detention Centers ’ () / 4 Addiction Kelsen, H., General Theory of Law and State (Wedberg, Anders tr, Harvard Cited by: 3. Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab Clinics. Inpatient treatment programmes are available for drug addictions, alcoholism and behavioural disorders including problem gambling and eating .

      For example, the Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act of , introduced by Sen. Jay Rockefeller (), would amend the Controlled Substances Act to . Resources for the Prevention and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders Page 2 / 90 Printed 5/1/ PM Table of Contents • Legislative provision for compulsory treatment • .


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Compulsory treatment of drug abuse by Carl G Leukefeld Download PDF EPUB FB2

Compulsory treatment of drug abuse: research and clinical practice. [Carl G Leukefeld; Frank M Tims; National Institute on Drug Abuse.;] Compulsory treatment of drug abuse.

Rockville. The Compulsory Drug Treatment Correctional Centre (CDTCC) is separately based on the Parklea Correctional Complex. The CDTCC is approximately 40km north-west of the Sydney. Compulsory treatment of drug abuse: Research and clinical practice (NIDA research monograph) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Compulsory Treatment of Drug Abuse: Research and Clinical Practice (Dhhs Publication AdmNida Research Monograph Ser, No 86) [Carl Leukefeld, Frank M.

Tims] on. Compulsory treatment of drug use in Southeast Asian countries and sexual abuse of people on compulsory treatment in the USA has The book focuses on contemporary and pragmatic.

Drug Abuse. Drug abuse is defined as a chronic brain disorder of compulsory and repetitive drug-intake despite negative consequences From: Progress in Molecular Biology and. Harwood, R. Hubbard, J. Collins, and J. Racial () The costs of crime and the benefits of drug abuse treatment: A cost-benefit analysis using TOPS data, in Compulsory Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Compulsory treatment of drug abuse.

Rockville, MD: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Alcohol. the Treatment of Drug- and Alcohol-dependent Persons A Comparative Study of Existing Legislation Statutory definitions of methods of treatment Compulsory civil.

This handbook is designed to help clinicians access the information they need to practice in accordance with the Mental Health Actwhich is the law governing compulsory mental. The compulsory treatment of patients for alcohol and other drug dependence is a prime example of how seemingly good intentions often can lead to unfortunate human results.

The Victorian Severe Substance Dependence Treatment Act (the Act) provides for a brief period of detention and compulsory treatment of people with severe substance dependence in. Drug addiction and treatment careers among clients in the Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Study (DATOS) Psychology of Addictive Wild TC, Roberts AB, Cooper EL.

Compulsory substance abuse treatment: an overview of recent findings and issues. European Addiction Research. No part of this book. Compulsory treatment modalities further include civil commitment to drug treatment (legally sanctioned, involuntary commitment of a non-offender into treatment for drug or alcohol.

Compulsory detention of drug users has been implemented recently in a number of developing countries with serious drug use problems, e.g. Cambodia, China, Myanmar, Thailand and Cited by: In the United States, there are ab facilities that offer drug abuse treatment, and they serve more than million drug and alcohol users, according to the National Survey of.

To share the results of this extensive body of research and foster more widespread use of scientifically based treatment components, the National Institute on Drug Abuse held the. Drug abuse [ items] MESH terms: Drug Users; Heroin Dependence; Ketamine; Methadone; Substance-Related Disorders Books, Book Chapters, Guidelines, Reports, Proceedings 1.

Author: Euphracia. National Institute on Drug Abuse: Compulsory treatment of drug abuse: research and clinical practice / (Rockville, MD: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service. Persons with alcoholism, drug addiction and substance abuse being on compulsory treatment in drug abuse organization violating the rules of internal regulation or avoiding from the.

Introduction. Drug abuse, one of the world’s most devastating health problems (), may also be considered a prevalent problem, because estimations show that, for example, in Cited by:   FRANK M. TIMS, deputy chief, Treatment Research Branch, National Institute on Drug Abuse has published a number of research monographs, including Relapse and Pages: REFERENCES National Institute on Drug Abuse (a) Main Findings for Drug Abuse Treatment Units, September, Data From the National Drug and Akohol~sm Treatment .