Juvenile anger-violence tests are identified by name and that name is a link to that test's website. All of these Juvenile anger-violence tests contain a Violence (Lethality) Scale, Truthfulness Scale (to determine the juvenile’s truthfulness when tested), an Alcohol Scale and a Drugs Scale. Other scales (measures) are included on a test-by-test basis to complete a client's (patient, offender) anger-violence profile.

ACDI-Corrections Version II: ACDI is the acronym for Adolescent Chemical Dependency Inventory. Applications: Juvenile courts, juvenile drug courts, juvenile probation departments, substance abuse screening, troubled youth screening. Version II has seven scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence Scale, 3. Adjustment Scale, 4. Distress Scale, 5. Alcohol Scale, 6. Drugs Scale and 7. Stress Coping or Stress Management Scale. The ACDI-Corrections Version II has 140 items and takes 25 minutes to complete. www.acdi-corrections-versionII.com

Domestic Violence Inventory-Juvenile (DVI-Juvenile): The DVI-Juvenile is used to evaluate juveniles that are accused or convicted of domestic violence. It has 149 items and takes 30 minutes to complete. The DVI-Juvenile has six (6) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence Scale, 3. Control Scale, 4. Alcohol Scale, 5. Drugs Scale and 6. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. The DVI-Juvenile is used in juvenile courts, probation departments, community corrections, clinics, counseling agencies and treatment programs. Early detection of domestic violence perpetrators facilitates treatment effectiveness. www.domestic-violence-tests.com

Juvenile Detention Exam (JDE): The Juvenile Detention Exam (JDE) is a brief, easily administered and computer scored juvenile detention center test. It is used to assess troubled (male and female) youth. The Juvenile Detention Exam (JDE) consists of 105 items and takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete. The JDE contains five (5) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Alcohol Scale, 3. Drugs Scale, 4. Violence (lethality) Scale, and 5. Antisocial Scale. This test helps in understanding troubled youth that are placed in detention settings. www.juvenile-detention-tests.com.

Juvenile Pre-Disposition Evaluation (JPE): The Juvenile Pre-Disposition Evaluation (JPE) is designed specifically for juvenile (male and female) pre-disposition evaluation. The JPE is much more than just another substance (alcohol and other drugs) test. Its scales (measures) when combined form an informative juvenile portfolio. The Juvenile Pre-Disposition Evaluation (JPE) consists of 159 items and takes 30 to 35 minutes to complete. The JPE has nine (9) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Alcohol Scale, 3. Drugs Scale, 4. Resistance Scale, 5. Self-Esteem Scale, 6. Distress Scale, 7. Suicide Scale, 8. Violence Scale and 9. Stress Coping Abilities (stress management) Scale. The JPE information helps when deciding upon probation alternatives to treatment and incarceration. The JPE enables matching problem severity with treatment intensity – which affects treatment effectiveness. For more information (description, unique features, cost example report, research, etc.) visit www.riskandneeds.com or www.online-testing.com.

Outreach Assessment (OA): Judges, probation officers, treatment staff and others make client assessment, screening and evaluation referrals to determine whether or not intervention, counseling or treatment are needed. And, when warranted, it enables problem severity to be matched with treatment intensity. Outreach Assessment is a self-report test written at a high 5th to low 6th grade reading level. It consists of 105 questions and a checklist of available services that clients may want to participate in. It takes 30 minutes to complete. Outreach Assessment contains 5 scales or measures: 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence Scale, 3. Alcohol Scale, 4. Drugs Scale and 5. Stress Management Scale. Outreach Assessment is a multiscale test that clarifies the client’s willingness to work collaboratively with staff. It clarifies substance (alcohol and other drugs) use or abuse, acting out (anger, temper, rage and violence), and impaired stress management. When present, these problems can be disruptive, and when left untreated they usually get worse. Yet, with prompt intervention, counseling or treatment these individuals can lead problem free and productive lives. For more information visit www.outreach-assessment.com.

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