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Resources for Your Conference or Training

Are you organizing a conference or training for treatment court professionals? Are you looking for resources to distribute to attendees? We can help! Our mission is to equip the drug court field with open access to a wide variety of resources and research and we have developed convenient conference takeaways and supplemental materials for trainings.

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Flash Drives

Convenient and portable, these small repositories of treatment court resources typically contain our collection of recorded webinars, fact sheets, and other printed materials. Flash drive content can be tailored to the subject matter of your specific conference/training or include all our resources, just let us know what would be the most useful.

Treatment Guide

Guide on Drug Court Treatment

This informational guide serves as a primer for treatment court professionals who want to learn about the treatment-related issues and practices that are critical to effective treatment court operations. While originally designed with judges in mind, we have found that most treatment court professionals find this guide informative, especially those without an extensive background in substance use treatment.

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Veterans Treatment Courts: 2015 Survey Results

In 2015 the Justice Programs Office fielded a nationwide survey with the purpose of identifying all veterans treatment courts in operation and to provide a snapshot of the range of policies, practices, and services in those programs. This report provides a view into these court programs, which have spread across the country since their inception in 2008.

Hispanics and Latinos/as in Drug Court Fact Sheet

Fact Sheets

The Justice Programs Office and National Drug Court Resource Center are continually developing informative fact sheets on topics of interest to the treatment court field. Our most recent fact sheet covers Hispanics and Latinos/Latinas in Drug Courts: Cultural Strategies to Enhance and Sustain Recovery.