Collaborative behavioral management among parolees: drug use, crime and re-arrest in the Stepn Out randomized trial

Addiction, 05/15/2012

Collaborative behavioral management may reduce substance use among primary marijuana or other `non–hard' drug–using parolees without increasing revocations. Because the majority of drug violation arrests in the United States are for marijuana, these findings have important implications for the management of a substantial proportion of the US community correctional population.

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