This is part II of a compilation of evaluations for various Family Drug Court Programs and their effects on the system intervention process, child welfare, treatment, and the courts.
This report offers nine practical strategies to encourage the sharing of information and resources among courts.
Performance evaluation of Wyoming’s drug court programs.
This is a look at the outcomes and impact of New Mexico’s DWI Drug Courts.
This is an evaluation of three Michigan DUI courts and their impact on recidivism, reducing alcohol and substance use, program completion and graduation as well as how participant characteristics and resources contribute to successful outcomes.
This is an evaluation on the effectiveness of the Cecil County Adult Drug Court and recommendations on community, agency, and programmatic levels.
This is an evaluation of the 17th Judicial District Union/Snyder County Drug Treatment Court’s first year using a series of qualitative and quantitative methods.
This contains the Anne Arundel County (Circuit) Adult Drug Court Process Evaluation.
Topics: Community, Drug Testing, Eligibility Criteria, Entry, Evaluation, Family Involvement and Assessment, Fees, Goals, Graduation, Hearing, Incentives, Offenders, Overview, Participants, Performance Measurement and Evaluation, Phases, Process, Program, Program Costs, Program Descriptions, Program Procedures, Programs, Provider, Recomendations, Sanction, Screening, Substance Abuse, Team, Termination, Training, Treatment, Treatment Services