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California Department of Corrections methadone maintenance program

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        StatementResearch Division, California Dept. of Corrections
        PublishersResearch Division, California Dept. of Corrections
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        LC Classifications1973
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 51 p. :
        Number of Pages56
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
        1
        2no. 50.
        3Research report (California. Dept. of Corrections. Research Unit) ;

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This would include a review of current statutes and regulations to determine changes that would increase access to a range of treatment services and an estimate of the costs associated with those changes.

California's treatment system was developed to serve adults, not children perhaps because adults comprise the vast majority of those needing services. Treatment Effectiveness Does Treatment Work?

Inmate Privileges [Repealed] Subchapter 3. General Correspondence: 16756 Chino-Corona Road. The Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Study analyzed data from more than 10,000 clients at programs in 11 cities. Statewide, only three residential substance abuse treatment facilities have waivers to serve adolescents and they provide a total of five beds. The National Institute on Drug Abuse, for example, estimates that the economic costs to society resulting from alcohol and drug abuse in the U.

These employees work in many departments. He lost his leg as a result of a drug overdose. Commitment to the Division of Juvenile Justice DJJ Article 1. Nearly 90 percent of these employees work at institutions administered either by California Department of Corrections methadone maintenance program Department of State Hospitals or the Department of Developmental Services.

How Much Treatment Is Needed? The Drug Enforcement Administration DEA and Center for Substance Abuse Treatment CSAT have received numerous inquiries requesting clarification of the three- day 72 hour exception to the separate registration requirement for maintenance or detoxification treatment. Minimum Standards for the Detention of Minors in Jail [Repealed] Subchapter 7. Pre-Parole Services [Repealed] Article 3. Retroactive Sentencing Procedures [Repealed] Article 4.

Laws and Regulations

By 1997-98, the number of adolescents receiving services had grown to 7,800, or about 4 percent of the treatment population. About half of these employees work at the Department of Motor Vehicles, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the Franchise Tax Board, the Employment Development Department, or the Board of Equalization. Substance abuse prevalence rates are generally considered to be conservative estimates of the need for treatment.

Parole Consideration Criteria and Guidelines for Habitual Offenders Sentenced to Life Terms under Penal Code Section 667. LAO Recommendations Recommend State Plan to Address Need for Treatment There are gaps in substance abuse treatment availability in California, as evidenced by estimates of unmet need, lengthy waiting lists, and the small percentage of adolescents who receive publicly funded treatment.

Minors in Jails [Repealed] Article 14.