This document is a good example of a community service policy that is not used as a sanction. Community service is used as a form of personal growth within the program with the ultimate goal for the participants to expand their network into non-using groups while maintaining involvement in their com… Continue Reading Monongalia County Drug Court Community Service Policy
The panelists for the session are: Caroline Cooper (BJA Drug Court Technical Assistance Project, American University): Moderator Judge Dennis Fuchs (ret.), Salt Lake City, Utah. Drug Court Judge and currently consultant to the Utah Supreme Court; Judge Jamey Hueston, Baltimore, Maryland: Drug Court… Continue Reading Strategies for Systematically Screening for Drug Court
Presented by Paul Warren (LMSW, NDRI), the focus of the first half of this webinar is upon defining “gender,” describing the importance and relevance of addressing issues relating to gender in the drug court setting, and providing participants with practical suggestions for effectively planning and… Continue Reading The Impact of Gender in the Drug Court Setting
This webinar had a focus on increasing a participants’ knowledge about treatment for co-occurring disorders (CODs) and referrals.
This webinar was presented by Judge William G. Schma, formerly of the Kalamazoo County Circuit Court, and Tracy Velázquez, Associate Director of American University’s Justice Programs Office. The resources of many treatment courts around the country are stretched thin. Dwindling resources, coupled w… Continue Reading Sustaining Your Treatment Court: Using a 501(c)(3) to Fundraise
This webinar was presented by Mike Loeffler, Esq. and Judge Christine Carpenter and covered balancing all prosecutorial roles from planning through implementation of the drug court, developing clear eligibility criteria for participants, the appropriate role of the prosecutor regarding being a progr… Continue Reading The Role of Prosecutors in Drug Treatment Courts
This is the policies and procedures for the Cibola County Adult Drug Court program.
Topics: Ancillary, Assessment, Case Management, Confidentiality, Criteria, Eligibility, Entry, Goals and Objectives, Mission, Mission Statements, Orientation, Participant, Participants, Phases, Phases and Court Requirements, Roles and Responsibilities, Rules, Sanctions and Incentives, Screening, Screening and Eligibility, Substance Abuse, Support Services, Team, Termination
This manual for the Skagit County DUI Court is a guideline and is designed to provide a structure for the decision making of the Court and all parties.
This is an example form used by the Madison County Problem Solving Courts to obtain consent for release of participants’ confidential information.
This questionnaire is used when the participants are first evaluated for the drug court and on the day they graduate from the drug court.