Research • Policy • Practice

Topic: Screening and Assessment

The Urgency to Address Trauma in Our Treatment Courts: What It Means to Be Trauma-Informed

This document discusses the importance of being trauma informed and provides an overview of trauma care to create a better understanding of trauma and how to approach it.

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Drug Court Practitioner Fact Sheet: Targeting the Right Participants for Adult Drug Courts, Pt. 1 of 2

“Adult drug courts are not designed to treat all drug-involved adult offenders. They were created to fill a specific service gap for drug-dependent offenders who were not responding to existing correctional programs—the ones who were not adhering to standard probation conditions, who were being rear…

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DWI Court Program Guidelines

This document provides an overview of the DWI Court program, what it entails, and the components that are integrated to lead participants to successful treatment.

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Benton County Drug Treatment Court Screening Referral Form

This treatment screening form provides a checklist covering client screening, registration, orientation and administration tasks.

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Clatsop County Treatment Court Program Petition, Waiver and Order

This document includes the petition with the conditions one must comply with, waiver of some rights needed before starting, and an order to enter the Clatsop County Treatment Court program.

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North Carolina Division of Community Corrections Offender Self-Report

This self-report is filled out by the offender and returned to the North Carolina Division of Community Corrections and requires the offender to answer questions in regards to past experiences with education, drugs and alcohol.

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