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Developing Juvenile Drug Court Practices on Process Standards: A Systematic Review and Qualitative Synthesis
(NCJ 250441) November 2016
Grant, 63 page(s)
David Wilson, Ajima Olaghere, Catherine S. Kimbrell
The objective of this study was to systematically review the evidence on implementation barriers and facilitators, and other process issues related to juvenile drug courts (JDCs), including systemwide contextual factors. This review focused on program factors directly relevant to the success of a JDC such as program fidelity, demographics of subjects, program elements, and JDC structure, as well as other potential moderators of effectiveness.