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Publications: Substance Abuse

From National Evaluation of Juvenile Drug Courts and Reclaiming Futures

  • To view a cross-site report on Recruitment and Retention from December, 2014, click HERE.
  • To view a cross-site report on Collaboration, Engaging Families, and Recommendations to Improve Matching Clients to Services from June 2014, click HERE.
  • To view a cross-site report on Recruitment and Retention from September 2014, click HERE.
  • To view a cross-site report on Site Representative Perception of JDC/RF Model Integrationfrom September 2014, click HERE.
  • To view a cross-site report on Social Connectedness from June 2014, click HERE.
  • To view a cross-site report on Education and Employment from March 2014, click HERE.
  • To view a cross-site report on Evalation of Drug Court / Change Team from September 2013, click HERE.
  • To view a cross-site report on Formal Training from March 2013, click HERE.
  • Cross-site report on trainings from February 2013, click HERE
  • Service report from March 2013, click HERE

Korchmaros, J. D., Stevens, S. J., Greene, A. R., Davis, M., & Chalot, R. (2015). Meeting treatment needs: Overall effectiveness and critical components of Juvenile Drug Court/Reclaiming Futures Programs. Journal of Juvenile Justice, , 4 (2), 37-56.

Powell, C. Stevens, S., Lo Dolce, B., Sinclair, K. O., and Swenson-Smith, C. (2012). Outcomes of a trauma-informed Arizona family drug court. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addiction, 12, 3, 219-241.

Korchmaros, J.D., and Stevens, S. (under review). Examination of the role of therapeutic alliance, treatment dose, and treatment completion in the effectiveness of The Seven Challenges. Child and Adolescent Social Wor

Korchmaros, J.D., Powell, C., and Stevens, S. (in press). Chasing sexual orientation: A comparison of commonly-used single indicator measures of sexual orientation. Journal of Homosexuality.

Ruiz, B., Korchmaros, J., Greene, A. & Hedges, K. (2011).  Evidence-Based Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents: Engagement and Outcomes. Practice: Social Work in Action, 23 (4), 215-233.

Ruiz, B., Stevens, S., Fuhriman, J., Bogart, J. & Korchmaros, J. D. (2009).  A juvenile drug court model in Southern Arizona:  Substance abuse, delinquency, and sexual risk outcomes by gender and race/ethnicity. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 48 (5) 416-438. 

Ruiz, B., Hedges, K., Greene, A., Arnold, A., Colonna, H., Stevens, S., Andrade, R., & O’Neill, S. (2009).  School and community counseling collaboration:  A promising approach to address youth substance abuse.  School Counseling Research & Practice, 1, 21-30.
Stevens, S. Andrade, R.A.C., & Ruiz, B.S. (2009). Women and substance abuse: Gender, age and cultural considerations.Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, 8, 341-358.
Stevens, S., Ruiz, B., Bracamonte Wiggs, C. and Shea, M. (2006). Intensive home based treatment for children and adolescents: A promising alternative to residential and hospital care. Child and Family Behavior Therapy Journal, 28, 4, 39- 56.

Stevens, S., Leybas-Amedia, V., Bourdeau, B., McMichael, L., and Nyitray, A., (2006). Blending prevention models to create an innovative and effective substance use and HIV prevention program for Hispanic and African American Youth. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 23, 1, 4-23.

Bootzin, R.R., and Stevens, S.J. (2005).  Adolescents, substance abuse, and the treatment of insomnia and daytime sleepiness.  Clinical Psychology Review, 25, 629-644.

Stevens, S. (2005). Overview: Treatment issues of drug and criminally involved populations: Consideration of gender, age, and geographical location. The Prison Journal, 85, 1, 5-6.

Bogart, J.G., Stevens, S.J., Hill, R.J., and Estrada, B. (2005).  Criminally involved drug using mothers:  The need for system change.  The Prison Journal, 85, 1, 65-82.

Ruiz, B.S., Stevens, S.J., McKnight, K., Godley, S., and Shane, P. (2005). Substance abuse treatment and outcomes for criminally-involved youth enrolled in three geographically diverse programs. The Prison Journal, 85, 1, 97-121.

Rosser, R.A., Stevens, S.J., and Murphy, B.S. (2005). A cognitive marker of criminally involved adolescent risk taking: Predicting drug abuse in at risk individuals. The Prison Journal, 85, 1, 83-96

 Bogart, J.G. and Stevens, S.J. (2004). Legal systems issues among drug-involved women enrolled in a community based HIV prevention program. In K. Knight and D. Farabee (Eds) Treating Addicted Offenders: A Continuum of Effective Practices. Kingston, N.J. Civic Research Institute.

Stevens, S.J., Estrada, B.D., and Villareal, V.V. (2003). Health disparities and their impact on HIV Prevention Among an Ethnically diverse sample of drug using women living north of the US/Mexico Border. In Conference Proceedings for the XIV International AIDS Conference, 150-154.

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