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.
The focus of this webinar is to educate practitioners about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) so that they can identify associated symptoms and issues faced by veteran participants, recognize the impact these have on veterans’ families, and understand how treatment should be tailored to meet eac… Continue Reading The Impact of PTSD on Veterans and Their Families in Drug Court
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.
This presentation examines and evaluates the effectiveness of Family Dependency Treatment Courts in 6 major cities across the country.
This manual is intended to answer participant inquiries, as well as provide critical information about components of the Family Drug Treatment Court program.
Topics: Agreement, Alternative, Assessment, Attendance, Circuit, Clients, Confidentiality, Consent, Contract, Defendant, Eligibility, Eligibility Criteria, Employment, Expectation, Family, Family Involvement and Assessment, Goals and Objectives, Graduation, Incentives, Objectives, Phases, Phases and Court Requirements, Recovery, Treatment
A positive urinalysis test, missed treatment, commission of a new crime or any failure to abide by the terms of this agreement or requirements of the Family Drug Court. FAMILY DRUG COURT PETITION–Conditional Discharge or Probation / ORDER -. program, will likely result in sanctions imposed by the ju… Continue Reading
Community Monitoring Systems: Tracking and Improving the Well-Being of America’s Children and Adolescents
This monograph depicts monitoring systems as integral in the efforts to prevent child and adolescent problems and ensure their successful development.
This evaluation was done to determine how the Lewiston Family Drug Court Program (LFDC) operates and to determine their effectiveness in the treatment field in comparison to alternative practices within the criminal justice system.
This is a compilation of recidivism evaluations for Family Dependency Treatment Courts from 2000-2011.
Participant Handbook Chatham County Family Dependency Treatment Court Georgia