Resource Type: Sample Program & Operational Documents
A template for state court judges to transfer jurisdiction to Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts.
Many treatment courts use peer support programs or mentor programs to enhance their services and build their capacity. Peer support groups can help new participants navigate the treatment court program and understand court requirements. Peer mentors also serve as evidence that recovery is possible a… Continue Reading Policies and Procedures; Mentors in Training Program
Measuring the success of your drug court is important for several reasons. You should be able to support your claims of being a great diversionary program that supports people in long-term recovery with numbers and data. Also, analyzing outcomes can help identify areas in which your court could impr… Continue Reading Recovery Maintenance Check-In; Measures of Success
This document is a good example of a community service policy that is not used as a sanction. Community service is used as a form of personal growth within the program with the ultimate goal for the participants to expand their network into non-using groups while maintaining involvement in their com… Continue Reading Monongalia County Drug Court Community Service Policy
An example of a Memorandum of Understanding between team members of a Family Drug Court. Created and used by the First Judicial District Family Drug Court to outline the anticipated roles of child and family services, the county attorney’s office, the public defender’s office, and other parties.
This document, created by the Spencer County Drug Court program, provides judicial drug courts with a generic relapse prevention policy and plan for participants of these programs.
Participant contract laying out general provisions, assessments and treatment, drug testing, cooperation with judge and drug court staff, and searches of defendant’s person or property.
The DeKalb County Drug Court: C.L.E.A.N. Program is a pre-sentencing program that provides eligible defendants the opportunity to receive drug treatment in exchange for either having their conviction dismissed, avoiding prison or a jail sentence, or having the felony amended to misdemeanor charges.
Topics: Program Procedures