Addressing Co-occurring Disorders in Adult Court-Based Programs

Past Event
August 16, 2012, 2:00 pm

This webinar provides an overview of how court-based programs (e.g., problem-solving courts) can effectively address the needs of participants with both mental health and substance use disorders. Roger Peters, PhD, one of the nation’s leading experts on this issue, discusses what court-based programs can do to ensure the success of participants with co-occurring disorders, including refining eligibility considerations, implementing screening and assessment, connecting participants with evidence-based treatment, and making enhancements to treatment and supervision strategies. The webinar concludes with a Q & A session in which Dr. Peters answers questions from webinar attendees.

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