Topic: Phases and Court Requirements
The Stone County Drug Court program’s mission is to provide substance abuse treatment with frequent supervisory contact from the court, the treatment provider, and probation for adult drug offenders as an alternative to incarceration, with a goal of breaking the cycle of addiction, crime, and incarc…
This document serves as a handbook for new participants in the Kenosha County Drug and Alcohol Treatment Court program that provides information on the policies and procedures of the program.
This manual is intended to answer participant inquiries, as well as provide critical information about components of the Family Drug Treatment Court program.
Topics: Agreement, Alternative, Assessment, Attendance, Circuit, Clients, Confidentiality, Consent, Contract, Defendant, Eligibility, Eligibility Criteria, Employment, Expectation, Family, Family Involvement and Assessment, Goals and Objectives, Graduation, Incentives, Objectives, Phases, Phases and Court Requirements, Recovery, Treatment
This document includes the policy and procedures that must be taken per phase in the Dubuque and Delaware Counties Drug Court programs.
This document contains the participants handbook for individuals entering the Angelina County Drug Court program, which provides those individuals with the guidelines and information to answer any questions they may have prior to starting. The information discussed in the manual include an overview…
This participant handbook serves as a guide and resource to participants, in the ADC and OPTIONS programs, that includes policies, procedures, treatment plans, general expectations of participants, and much more.
Topics: Community Service, Community Supervision and Probation, Confidentiality, Education, Employment, Fines and Fees, Goals and Objectives, Graduation, Judge, Medication, Mentors, Phases, Phases and Court Requirements, Report, Rules, Screening and Eligibility, Supervision, Support Services, Termination, Treatment, Treatment Plans
This document explains the incentive/reward known as Court Management Docket (CMD) that may be applied at the Drug Court Co-occurring Track Status Hearing to those participants who are progressing in a satisfactory manner.
This outlines the policies and procedures that are apparent to the Lake County Adult Drug Court program.