• Substance Use Treatment in Jails: Current Issues and Recommendations 

    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) estimates that in 2014, 21.5 million people in the United States age twelve and older had at least one substance use disorder (SUD), as cited in Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality (CBHSQ; 2015).


  • Opiate Use: The Tip of the Iceberg for Adults in Jail

    Law enforcement officials and public health professionals are currently concentrating their efforts on reducing opiate use, and for good reason, but they may be overlooking even more prevalent substance use disorders (SUDs).


Sabrina  Roundtree

Ms. Roundtree has served as Program Director of the SAMHSA/CSAP Prevention Fellowship Program since 2008. In this capacity, Ms. Roundtree has overseen the management, coordination, and implementation of workforce development activities for over 100 prevention professionals involved in both Fellowship and Internship programs. Ms. Roundtree has years of experience evaluating behavioral health interventions, particularly national programs designed to prevent alcohol, tobacco, and other substance abuse. She also supported the CSAT Support Treatment Strategies to Address Prescription Drug Misuse and Abuse Program, and the HHS Office on Women’s Health Project for Integrating Domestic Violence and HIV Prevention Intervention Services. Her past experience also includes being a federal fellow under CSAP, where she administered President George W. Bush’s Faith-Based Initiative, an executive mandate to identify and eliminate regulatory and programmatic barriers in efforts to address funding disparities and build the capacity of faith-based and grassroots organizations. Ms. Roundtree is coauthor of a textbook chapter titled Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: A Lifespan Perspective in Essentials of Public Health Biology: A Companion Guide for the Study of Pathophysiology. She holds an MPH. from Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland, and is a Certified Prevention Specialist through IC&RC