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In a study of Alaska Native men, Glass and Bieber found criminal activity to be related to social disintegration caused by acculturative stress. Treating intellectually disabled sex offenders: A model residential program.
ICM is provided by multidisciplinary teams that include mental health treatment staff, substance abuse specialists, housing specialists, and community supervision officers. Diversionary programs for offenders with co-occurring disorders These programs, generally referred to as Mental Health Courts, currently exist in a handful of municipalities across the country Broner et al.
Duwe, G. In some jurisdictions, both correctional officers and community supervision officers have been successfully involved in treatment team meetings, treatment groups, and other therapeutic activities. For example, an outcome study of Forever Free from Drugs and Crime, a California program created specifically for women offenders, found that the longer an offender remained in Forever Free, the more likely she was to stay out of jail.