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Drug recovery community at HMP Eastwood Park - Effectiveness and future challenges

Ismail, Nasrul

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Nasrul Ismail Nasrul.Ismail@uwe.ac.uk



Abstract

An evaluation of the effectiveness of the Drug Recovery Community at the HMP Eastwood Park, using quantitative and qualitative evaluation methods. A ‘Drug Recovery Community’ in a custodial setting refers to a dedicated prison wing accommodation that is entered on a voluntary basis by prisoners who wish to be drug free at the end of their prison stay. Other features of the community include a visible presence of peer support, tailored clinical and psychosocial interventions, and increased accessibility of health and wellbeing services available to prisoners.

Report Type Project Report
Publication Date Apr 30, 2014
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
APA6 Citation Ismail, N. (2014). Drug recovery community at HMP Eastwood Park - Effectiveness and future challenges
Keywords drug recovery community, drug recovery wing, HMP Eastwood Park, prisons, South Gloucestershire

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