Topic: Court Rules
This document provides a guide for newly assigned judges that are expected to preside over a drug court program to serve as a quick primer to assist them in (a) becoming familiar with the key elements and evidence-based practices that should be reflected in the treatment services provided to drug co…
Topics: Care Management, Confidentiality, Court Rules, Cultural Competency, Cultural Issues, Culture, Drug Court, Drug Testing, Evidence-based Practices, Incentives, Judge, Medicated Assisted Treatment, Medication, Mental Health, Mental Health Needs, Participants, Phases, Recomendations, Recovery, Recovery Support, Sanction, Sanctions and Incentives, Substance, Substance Use, Substance Use Disorders, Treatment, Treatment Plans, Treatment Services
With support from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), the Tribal Law and Policy Institute (TLPI) has developed the following additional Tribal Healing to Wellness Court–specific resource publications to assist tribal governments and tribal justice systems in developing, enhancing, and sustaining…
This document contains the agreement that must be signed by all participants of the Pierce County Drug Court program prior to starting.
This provides drug court practitioners with a breakdown of the orientation part of the program and then provides a list of rules in a contract that must be signed by the participants upon completion of the orientation portion of the program.
This is a manual containing important information about the structure and policies of Itasca County’s Wellness Court.
This is a handbook given to participants in Navajo County’s Drug Court that includes important information about the structure and function of the program.
This manual contains important information about the structure and function of Grafton County’s Drug Court Sentencing Program.