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.
Check out this sample application form for those interested in applying to be a treatment court mentor. This resource was created by the Placer County [CA] Collaborative Courts Program.
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.
17th Judicial District Union/Snyder County Drug Treatment Court Final Three Year Process and Outcome Evaluation
The article attached goes into detail about how the 17th Judicial District began operation in July of 2008 and how the data was collected to perform this outcome evaluation. The article also goes into detail about the history of Drug Courts, as well as the history of the 17th Judicial District’s Drug Court. The article also goes into a detailed description of the program and how it works,
The evaluation attached includes information in regards to the main objectives of the evaluation and describes the information used to come up with the conclusions.
The evaluation report provided by the Grant County Drug Court displays information gathered from January 1, 2006 until December 31, 2008 and provides recidivism rates and reports for the complete three years of the program.
The purpose of the current evaluation is to update findings from the previous evaluation and to further explore some aspects of felony drug courts, notably court processes and activities and treatment practices.
This is a referral form that has been created by the Clatsop County Circuit Court and must be filled out by the Probation Officer or the Treatment Provider.
The document included is the overview of the 17th Judicial District’s Drug Treatment Court’s program and allows individuals to grasp a concept of what they can expect upon becoming a candidate.