Table of contents for Drugs, women, and justice : roles of the criminal justice system for drug-affected women / James A. Swartz, Patricia O'Brien, Arthur J. Lurigio, editors.

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Introduction 1
James A. Swartz
Women and the Criminal Justice System:
Improving Outcomes Through Criminal Justice
and Non-Criminal Justice Responses 5
Faye S. Taxman
Karen L. Cropsey
Research to Action:
Informing Policy Makers About the Needs
of Mothers and Children at Risk of Separation 27
Patricia E. Allard
Differences Among Children Whose Mothers
Have Been in Contact with the Criminal Justice System 43
Susan D. Phillips
Alaattin Erkanli
E. Jane Costello
Adrian Angold
Predictors of Loneliness Among Court-Involved
and Substance Abusing Mothers 63
Drugs, Women, and Justice:
Roles of the Criminal Justice System
for Drug-Affected Women
Elizabeth Lehr Essex
Donna Petras
Carol Rippey Massat
Beyond Gender Responsivity:
Considering Differences Among Community Dwelling
Women Involved in the Criminal Justice System
and Those Involved in Treatment 75
Sheryl Pimlott Kubiak
Cynthia L. Arfken
Maximizing Success for Drug-Affected Women
After Release from Prison: Examining Access
to and Use of Social Services During Reentry 95
Patricia O¿Brien
Power Inside: A Grassroots Program for Women
Survivors of Traumatic Violence, the Street Economy,
and the Criminal Justice System 115
Jacqueline Robarge
Defining a Research Agenda on Women and Justice
in the Age of Mass Incarceration 127
Jeremy Travis
Women and Drug Use:
The Case for a Justice Analysis 137
Beth E. Richie
Index 145

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women -- Drug use -- United States.
Women prisoners -- United States.
Female offenders -- Rehabilitation -- United States.
Drug addicts -- Rehabilitation -- United States.
Prisoners' families -- United States.
Criminal justice, Administration of -- United States.