This manual provided offers valuable information for any group looking to start a mentoring program.
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Ten key strategies that will prove to be helpful as your court takes the next steps in transitioning to a family-centered approach. This resource from the National Drug Court Institute and Children and Family Futures examines best practices and lessons learned from three adult drug courts.
Use this resource from the Placer County [CA] Collaborative Courts Program to learn how Veteran Peer Mentors (VPMs) offer support and encouragement for veterans in the court system by spending one-on-one time with the veteran.
Use these sample operational documents from the Placer County [CA] Collaborative Courts Program to help your court establish a Mentor In Training (MIT) program. Included are a MIT policies and procedures manual and a guide to mentor/client meetings.
The mission of the Veterans Treatment Court is to have a coordinated community response through collaboration with the veterans’ service delivery system and the criminal justice system.
The purpose of this document is to provide a general description of: (a) the policies and procedures to be followed in the operation of the Savannah-Chatham County Drug Court and (b) the core competencies of Drug Court team members.
This handbook contains an outline of the program as well as the requirements for successful completion of the program.
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