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Juvenile Drug Courts Agree More Family Involvement Needed; Some Not Sure How to Do It: Report – The Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

A new study on drug treatment courts shows that they are failing to help those who have substance abuse issues. The study reports that instead of special courts for drug addicts, what is really needed is more family involvement and engagement. It is also important to educate the one-third of court workers that currently have no knowledge of how to get families engaged in the treatment process. Read more.