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Introduction.- Theories of Organizational Change Approaches.- Determining the Evidence Base for Addiction Treatment Programs.- Technology Transfer Process and Models.- Current State of the Corrections Field.- Current State of the Addiction Treatment Field.- The Nuances of the Correctional and Addiction Treatment Environments.- Substance Abuse Agencies.- A Conceptual Model of Technology Transfer of Evidence-Based treatment to Community Corrections.- Supporting the Model.- The Challenges of Intervention Fidelity.- Expanding the Concept for Evidence-Based Practice.- Adapting to the Environment.- Conclusion and Recommended Next Steps.
"This book could not be more timely. Community-based sanctions are attracting widespread attention, and many hope they will reduce recidivism and costs. But that won't happen unless we pay attention to implementation, the black box that Taxman and Belenko have unpacked in this outstanding book. Changing practice is more than just changing policies. Real change requires engaging community correctional agencies and their partners in the implementation process. This book provides new insights and a comprehensive framework for delivering programs that work and are sustainable. Any agency involved in implementing rehabilitation programs will be well advised to read this book closely. I highly recommend it." Joan Petersilia Adelbert H. Sweet Professor of Law and Co-Director, Stanford Criminal Justice Center Stanford Law School