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Substance abuse and mental health problems constitute a significant proportion of the concerns of the criminal justice system. In answer to the rise of these issues, the justice system increasingly uses court orders to force individuals into treatment programs. In this volume, the contributors examine rehabilitation as it works under these court orders, analyzing the efficacy of the judicial approach. Exploring key features of service delivery, partnership arrangements, and the professional and ethical dilemmas that arise, they highlight perspectives from service users themselves, providing rare and valuable insight for criminal justice research.