Law enforcement officers are uniquely positioned to offer key interventions to those with substance use disorders. It is estimated 1.5 million individuals arrested each year are at risk of substance dependence. As the opioid crisis continues, the frequency of rank and file officers acting as first r… Continue Reading Accessing Substance Use Disorder and Related Treatment Services Training for Law Enforcement
Recommendations on how tribal-state forums can work to combat the opioid crisis.
The eighth webinar in the Critical Treatment Issues webinar series presents a Challenging Case submitted to the BJA Drug Court Technical Assistance Project at American University.
The topics in session 2 addressed focus also on issues faced by the families of veterans, including military family dynamics, perspectives regarding the effect of the military culture on drug use, family functioning, and medical treatment and recovery.
The Role of Defense Counsel in Drug Courts Part 2: How to Provide Effective Representation from Initial Contact Through Program Completion
The session will take attendees through each stage of the drug court and discuss how defense counsel are involved at each stage while also addressing the dual roles defense counsel play in drug courts
The Role of Defense Counsel in Drug Courts Part 1: The Urgency to Address Trauma in our Treatment Courts: What It Means to be Trauma-Informed
This session will focus on challenges defense counsel may encounter in representing defendants with mental and cognitive impairments associated with their drug use.
This document includes the petition with the conditions one must comply with, waiver of some rights needed before starting, and an order to enter the Clatsop County Treatment Court program.
This is the eligibility criteria form from Madison County that the prospective candidate must meet to be able to participate in the Drug Court Recovery Program.