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11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.B-1Historically Disadvantaged Groups:
Justice for All - Actual or Aspirational?


B-2Drug Testing Best Practices
B-3Selecting and Providing Services for High Risk, High Need Participants
B-4Marketing Your Juvenile Drug Courts: How to Boost Referrals
B-5The Parent-Child Relationship: The Unique Opportunities of FDTC’s to Achieve Improved Outcomes
B-6Mental Illness and the Impaired Driver
B-7Case Management in Mental Health Courts
B-8How to Utilize Risk Assessment in a Mental Health Court
B-9Ethical Issues: Indian Country Legal Issues
B-10Fundraising and Ethical Considerations
B-11Race, Culture, Bias and the Courts
B-12Racial Disparities in Drug Court Outcomes: Lessons Learned from the Contrasting Experiences of African American and White Participants in One Midwestern Drug Court

B-13Exploring the Role of Gender in Problem Solving Courts
B-14The Relationship Between Substance Addiction
and Interpersonal Violence Experienced in Childhood and Adulthood
B-15Joint NADCP/Vet Court Con Session
Cocaine: More Than Smoke and Mirrors

B-16Pros and Cons of MAT and Minimizing Risk of Diversion and Misuse
B-17

Building the Right Team to Support Implementation of VIVITROL® (naltrexone for extended-release injectable suspension) 2.0

This promotional session is created and presented by representatives of an NADCP corporate sponsor

B-18Drug Court Standards and On-Site Testing: The Value of Automation

This promotional session is created and presented by representatives of an NADCP corporate sponsor
B-19Application of Dynamic Risk to Community Supervision
B-20Putting Procedural Justice to Work--Promising Implementation Practices
B-21Defining Drug Courts: How The Ten Key Components and The 13 Principles are Shifting the Global Paradigm for Addressing Drug Addiction

B-22

Dealing with Relapse, Continued Use and Continued Problems: Working Together to Promote Recovery
B-23Using Qualitative Client Interviews to Measure Changes in Participant Attitudes: Lessons from an Innovative Residential Treatment Program