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Subject: Treatment vs.incarceration
There is not set length of time. If the offender needs the help, they don't rush them out the door. Too many people get this type of HELP and just go through the motions to get out. Later, the regret sets in when the next time you're thinking about getting help it's too late... their either doing some hard time or worse. Take this sign and use this time to encourage them to get as much therapy as they can. It's not...
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Subject: Treatment vs.incarceration
Intensive Outpatient Program is a primary treatment program recommended in some release circumstances by a clinical and medical assessment. IOP may be recommended for those who do not need medically-supervised detox. IOP can also enable people in recovery to continue their recovery therapies following successful detox, on a part-time yet intensive schedule, designed to accommodate work and family life.
Subject: Treatment vs.incarceration
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Subject: Treatment vs.incarceration
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Subject: Treatment vs.incarceration
Having done time, her record is definitely working against her. The judges get tired of seeing people do short sentences and then commit more crimes after their release. The one thing you seem to have in your favor is a PO willing to recommend rehab. Rehab is a great alternative for offenders wanting to avoid jail time, but it's usually reserved for the first-timer, not habitual. The new drug laws are for federal offenses and sentencing guidelines, if this...
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Subject: Treatment vs.incarceration
The system is not going to keep letting her walk. Eventually these charges are going to add up to one big sentence that she won't be able to walk away from. The treatment works if the patient wants to change. If she is not interested in change, the will never stop.