Topic: Screening and Eligibility
Screening instrument for a juvenile problem-solving court, and the attached user’s guide.
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…
“1. Does the applicant live within the geographic boundaries of the program (HJC or WJC areas)? [ ] yes [ ] no 2. Does the applicant have arrests or convictions for drug sales, violence or gang activity? [ ] yes [ ] no 3. Can the applicant and his/her roommate(s) comply with an alcohol ban? [ ] yes…
Topics: Screening and Eligibility
This document measures and evaluates the performance and recidivism rates of participants of the Arkansas Adult Drug Court and the overall program itself to determine what is done effectively and what needs to be changed.
Screening form that allows the candidate to answer questions to see if he or she is eligible for entrance into the Drug Court Program.
This document contains an outline for drug court practitioners that can be used to plan their own Adult Drug Court program.
Topics: Adult, Confidentiality, Defense, Employer, Incarceration, Judge, Law Enforcement, Manager, Operations, Participants, Phases, Planning, Planning a Drug Court, Planning a Problem Solving Court, Prosecutor, Provider, Resolution, Roles and Responsibilities, Sanctions and Incentives, Screening and Assessment, Screening and Eligibility, Staffings and Hearings, Standards, Steering Committee, Supervision, Team, Team Roles and Responsibilities, Testing, Treatment, Treatment Plans, Treatment Services, Trial
This job description outlines the eligibility criteria and roles/responsibilities for the mentorship program within the Pierce County Veterans Drug Court program.
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