“The paper provides a comprehensive blueprint to OTPs and policy makers on how to better integrate services through such facilities. Please click HERE to view this whitepaper.
Douglas Marlowe wrote the first section of this paper about working with Drug Courts. Doug Marlowe is the Chief of Science, Policy and Law of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals.
The second section of the paper focuses on working with correctional facilities and was written by Dr. Sarah Wakeman of the Substance Use Disorder Initiative in the Massachusetts General Hospital and Dr. Josiah Rich, who is the Director of the Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights of Brown University.
The third section, focusing on how OTPs can work with Family Courts and Child Protective Services was written by Pamela Peterson Baston of Solutions of Substance, Inc.”
Source: The American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence – July 26, 2016