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  • Court Clinic: Intervention for Offenders

  • Current Studies

    • HIV Prevention in the Family Court ( funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse)
      Project RAP is testing the effect of a family-based HIV prevention intervention on reducing marijuana use and increasing safer sex behaviors among substance abusing juvenile offenders.  The project is enrolling 60 families with court-involved juveniles who are actively using marijuana.
      Principal Investigator:Marina Tolou-Shams, PhD

    • Court Clinic Coding Project (unfunded)
      This project is a retrospective study examining demographic, psychosocial and psychiatric factors related to recidivism and other risk behaviors (e.g., substance use, sexual risk, self-injury) among juveniles referred for court-ordered mental health evaluations.
      Principal Investigator:Marina Tolou-Shams, PhD