Sources 6-10 – Tabitha Corrao

National Drug and Alcohol Abuse Helpline

Background: This website is about drug rehabs. It helps people find out what specific rehab   they should be in.

How I plan to use it: I plan on using some of the facts on given on the page to support how drug rehab does work for people.

The National Center on Addiction and Substances Abuse at Columbia University

Background: This website is all about the DTAP and facts how the DTAP exactly works for drug offenders. It compares people who participate in programs like DTAP to people who are put in jail.

How I plan to use it: I plan on using the website to support my thesis because it explains all my reasons why programs like DTAP should be exist around the country.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Background: This is a Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS). It’s a report on how many people did not complete rehab and why they didn’t.

How I plan to use it: I plan on using this information to show why rehab does always work. (for my rebuttal paper)

Drug Treatment Alternatives to Prison Program (DTAP)

Background: This website explains what the DTAP is and who they help. It also gives facts about how the program is successful.

How I plan to use it:I plan on using this information to support what kind of “drug offenders” are aloud to take advantage of this program.

Recidivism Among High-Risk Drug Felons: A Longitudinal Analysis Following Residential Treatment

Background: This article gives more information about DTAP, like how people who fail to complete the program go to jail. It also explains how beneficial DTAP is.

How I plan to use it: I plan on using the information to explain DTAP and also to support how DTAP is successful.

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