From the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence, Inc. (AATOD), comes a timely fact sheet presenting the evidence for Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) and the applications of treatment in the justice system. Visit the AATOD website to access the fact sheet. Subse…
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
This resource provides an introduction to the use of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) in drug courts.
Topics: Medicated Assisted Treatment
“This letter is to inform you that I am a participant in the DeKalb County Drug/DUI Treatment Court program. As part of my substance abuse recovery, I cannot consume narcotic medications unless a narcotic is the only option for pain management.”
This is an agreement for Teton County’s DUI/Drug Courts that provides a list of conditions that must be agreed upon prior to starting the program.
This description depicts the Clatsop County Treatment (Mental Health) Court program.