The National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ) developed and tested an early identification and assessment substance abuse protocol designed for the juvenile courts. This document reflects work in the second phase of the project - to implement the protocol in four juvenile court sites around the nation. The two appendices contain a personal experience inventory from the Chemical Dependency Adolescent Assessment Project, and a description of NCJJ's validation of a short-form intake screening device for Santa Clara County (San Jose), California. A summary report of this completed project is also available.
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