Juvenile Offenders

Social Ecological Determinants of Substance Use Treatment Entry Among Serious Juvenile Offenders From Adolescence Through Emering Adulthood

Applying a social–ecological framework, this study aims to fill a gap in the literature by investigating factors in various domains (individual, familial, peer, and neighborhood) separately and simultaneously to determine risk and protective factors for treatment entry among serious juvenile offenders over the course of 7 years.