Objective 7. Monitor and track program completion and termination.

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MONITORING AND EVALUATION

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  • The juvenile drug treatment court maintains a standardized database.
  • The data collected include: number of past and current participants, number of youth admitted, non-admits, graduates, terminations, random drug testing dates and results, general treatment compliance and completion/termination data, application and use of incentives and sanctions.
  • The juvenile drug treatment court engages in ongoing monitoring of program components (such as this exercise) to correct for drift.
  • The stakeholders and agency directors provide oversight on the types of data to be collected and analyzed.
  • The youth and parents are geven the opportunity to provide feedback on the juvenile drug treatment court program (i.e., exit interviews, focus groups, and individualized meetings), and the team considers the information. 

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