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.
The Waukesha County drug treatment court manual covers everything from the committee to the ethics and confidentiality of the program. The manual will also cover the eligibility requirements and the target population that will take part in the program.
This form is a notice from the Benton County Drug Treatment Court that requires the individual taking part in the program to sign the form with a given date and time stating that they must return to court at that time and on that date or there will be a warrant issued for their arrest.
The phases provided in the attachment are phases that the candidate must follow to be able to graduate from the Drug Court program.
The document attached is the eligibility requirements that one must meet in Linn County, Oregon to be able to participate in the Drug Court Treatment Program.
The Dakota County Confidentiality Agreement form states all of the requirements that a visitor my follow to make sure that private information is not distributed to the wrong individuals.
The document attached is a study that examines program elements related to reductions in drug use and crime among Drug Treatment Courts (DTC) participants as well as theoretical mechanisms-increased social controls and improved perceptions of procedural justice-expected to mediate the effects of DTC on these outcomes.