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Process Evaluation of the South St. Louis Adult Drug Court Program.

Author: 
Maahs, Jeff, Matt Makarios, Erin Vice, and Jessica Stanek.

In April 2002, the South St. Louis County Adult Drug Court began operation in Duluth, Minnesota. This report summarizes information gathered by researchers at the University of Minnesota Duluth, in concert with program staff, as part of an ongoing evaluation of the program. The first section discusses whether the drug court program is enrolling the type of clients it was intended to serve. The second section examines retention rates, treatment provision, and measures of supervision and punishment to evaluate how participants are progressing through the program. The third section reviews program data on intermediate outcomes, including whether the drug court has reduced substance use and overall risk for recidivism among graduates. The final section summarizes the attitudes of drug court clients based on their responses to a self-report survey.

Publication date: 
2004
Publisher: 
Duluth, MN: Center for Community and Regional Research, University of Minnesota at Duluth.
Sponsor: 
Funded in part by Center for Community and Regional Research through a grant from the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota; and Arrowhead Regional Corrections.
Pages: 
36 pp.
Online availability
CURA call number: 
S2004-6